The Moldovan currency is listed as the Moldovan Leu. Therefore, Moldovan Leu is used as the official currency in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova. The currency of Chisinau is the ISO 4217 Code of Moldovan Leu “MDL”. The subunit of Moldovan Leu is positioned as “ban”, 100 ban 1 Leu. Detailed information about Moldovan Leu can be found in the rest of the article.
What is Moldova Currency? Information about Moldovan Leu
The currency of Moldova is Moldovan Leu. The institution authorized to print Moldovan Leu is Moldova National Bank BNM. The code of Moldovan Leu is MDL. Moldovan Leu banknotes and coins are as follows. You can browse here for Malaysian currency.
The banknotes of Moldovan Leu start from 1 Leu and go up to 1000 Le. Banknotes used in Moldova are as follows:
- 1 Leu
- 5 Leu
- 10 Leu
- 20 Leu
- 50 Leu
- 100 Leu
- 200 Leu
- 500 Leu
- 1000 Leu
The currency “ban”, which can be called the penny of the Moldovan Leu, forms the coin of the Ley. The plural is used as “bani”. The coins used in Moldova are as follows.
- 1 Moldova Bani
- 5 Moldova Bani
- 10 Moldova Bani
- 25 Moldova Bani
- 50 Moldova Bani
Moldovan Leu to US Dollar and Euro!
Moldovan Leu is a low-value currency against the dollar. 1 Moldovan Leu, which was 0.064 USD 6 years ago, is 0.057 USD at the current exchange rate (05.03.2021). Moldovan Leu is also a low-value currency against the Euro. With the current exchange rate, 1 Moldovan Leu is 0.048 Euro.
For details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moldovan_leu