We publish currency rates in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday 1-4-2020, including the US dollar against the riyal, where 1 US dollar scored about 3.76 Saudi riyals, and 1 Egyptian pound scored about 0.27 Saudi riyals, and the currency rates today in Saudi Arabia came as follows:
1 US dollar = 3.76 Saudi riyals.
1 Saudi Riyal = 0.27 USD.
1 euro = 4.12 Saudi riyals.
1 Saudi Riyal = 0.24 Euro.
British Pound (GBP)
1 British pound = 4.65 Saudi riyals.
1 Saudi Riyal = 0.21 pounds.
Canadian dollar (CAD)
1 Canadian dollar = 2.64 Saudi riyals.
1 Saudi Riyal = 0.38 Canadian Dollars.
Australian Dollar (AUD)
1 Australian dollar = 2.28 Saudi riyal.
1 Saudi Riyal = 0.44 Australian dollars.
1 Japanese yen = 0.03 Saudi riyal.
1 Saudi Riyal = 28.58 Japanese Yen.
Egyptian Pound (EGP)
1 Egyptian pound = 0.24 Saudi riyal
1 Saudi Riyal = 4.18 Egyptian pounds
United Arab Emirates dirham (AED)
1 dirham = 1.02 Saudi riyal
1 Saudi Riyal = 0.98 AED
Sudanese Pound (SDG)
1 Sudanese pound = 0.07 Saudi riyal
1 Saudi Riyal = 14.69 Sudanese pounds
Algerian Dinar (DZD)
1 Algerian Dinar = 0.03 Saudi Riyal
1 Saudi Riyal = 33.22 Algerian dinars
Bahraini Dinar (BHD)
1 Bahraini Dinar = 9.985 Saudi riyals
1 Saudi Riyal = 0.10 Bahraini Dinar
The riyal is a sukuk and silver coin that has been used in world trade continuously since its first release in 1741.
It is the basic unit of the Saudi currency, and the riyal is composed of 100 halalas. The riyal is issued by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, which is covered with gold and is convertible into foreign currencies. There are no restrictions on cash transfers to and from the Kingdom. The US dollar equals 3.75 riyals, and the riyal is linked to the US dollar when SAR 3.75 since 1986.