Bahrain Foreign Exchange Rates
 
, Posted on 20-Mar-2017


Bahrain Foreign Exchange Rates
Currency NameCodeBank Transfer
 UAE DirhamAED9.69744
 Australian DollarsAUD3.32867
 Bangladeshi TakaBDT205.76132
 Canadian DollarsCAD3.46129
 Swiss FrancsCHF2.59997
 Egyptian PoundEGP45.35147
 EuroEUR2.43789
 British Pounds SterlingGBP2.09890
 Indonesia RupiahIDR33,333.33333
 Indian RupeeINR170.06803
 Jordanian DinarJOD1.83483
 Kuwaiti DinarKWD0.78597
 Sri Lankan RupeeLKR392.15686
 Morocco DirhamMAD25.96054
 Malaysian RinggitMYR11.25239
 Nepalese RupeeNPR268.09651
 Omani RiyalOMR1.01711
 Philippine PesosPHP129.70169
 Pakistani RupeePKR276.24309
 Qatari RiyalQAR9.58405
 Saudi RiyalSAR9.90884
 Singapore DollarsSGD3.66233
 Thai BahtTHB90.49774
 US DollarsUSD2.63685
* Rates are indicative and subject to change.


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