Currency units per SDR for August 2014

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This rate, which is not used in Fund transactions, is the reciprocal of the SDR per currency unit rate, rounded to six significant digits.

Currency units per SDR for August 2014
Currency August 01,
Euro 1.143010
Japanese Yen 157.546000
U.K. Pound Sterling 0.909397
U.S. Dollar 1.531060
Algerian Dinar 122.234000
Australian Dollar 1.647370
Bahrain Dinar 0.575679
Botswana Pula 13.573300
Brazilian Real 3.471540
Brunei Dollar 1.911380
Canadian Dollar 1.671770
Chilean Peso 877.516000
Chinese Yuan 9.443760
Colombian Peso 2,876.480000
Czech Koruna 31.593500
Danish Krone 8.521880
Hungarian Forint 359.065000
Icelandic Krona 176.409000
Indian Rupee 93.167100
Indonesian Rupiah NA
Iranian Rial NA
Israeli New Sheqel 5.228570
Kazakhstani Tenge 278.776000
Korean Won 1,571.180000
Kuwaiti Dinar NA
Libyan Dinar 1.932400
Malaysian Ringgit 4.908290
Mauritian Rupee 46.697300
Mexican Peso 20.199600
Nepalese Rupee 148.345000
New Zealand Dollar 1.800190
Norwegian Krone 9.645810
Rial Omani 0.588692
Pakistani Rupee NA
Nuevo Sol NA
Philippine Peso 66.547800
Polish Zloty 4.789160
Qatar Riyal 5.573080
Russian Ruble 54.700700
Saudi Arabian Riyal 5.741480
Singapore Dollar 1.911380
South African Rand 16.377600
Sri Lanka Rupee 199.354000
Swedish Krona 10.546600
Swiss Franc NA
Thai Baht 49.335500
Trinidad And Tobago Dollar NA
Tunisian Dinar 2.630950
U.A.E. Dirham 5.622840
Peso Uruguayo NA
Bolivar Fuerte 9.621490
The value of the U.S. dollar in terms of the SDR is the reciprocal of the sum of the dollar values, based on market exchange rates, of specified quantities of the first four currencies shown. See SDR Valuation.

The value in terms of the SDR of each of the other currencies is derived from that currency's representative exchange rate against the U.S. dollar as reported by the issuing central bank and the SDR value of the U.S. dollar, except for the Iranian rial and the Libyan dinar, the values of which are officially expressed directly in terms of domestic currency units per SDR. All figures are rounded to six significant digits. See Representative Exchange Rates for Selected Currencies.

The value in terms of each national currency of the SDR (shown above) is the reciprocal of the value in terms of the SDR of each national currency, rounded to six significant digits.

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