Currency units per SDR for July 2016

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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 July 2016
Currency July 01,
Euro 1.253670
Japanese Yen 143.645000
U.K. Pound Sterling 1.050540
U.S. Dollar 1.395960
Algerian Dinar NA
Australian Dollar 1.871260
Bahrain Dinar 0.524882
Botswana Pula NA
Brazilian Real 4.479930
Brunei Dollar 1.877850
Canadian Dollar NA
Chilean Peso 923.250000
Chinese Yuan 9.294460
Colombian Peso 4,074.830000
Czech Koruna 33.970700
Danish Krone 9.324700
Hungarian Forint 397.682000
Icelandic Krona 171.326000
Indian Rupee 94.145100
Indonesian Rupiah 18,387.600000
Iranian Rial NA
Israeli New Sheqel 5.366070
Kazakhstani Tenge 471.892000
Korean Won 1,608.980000
Kuwaiti Dinar 0.421232
Libyan Dinar 1.932400
Malaysian Ringgit 5.574070
Mauritian Rupee 49.577100
Mexican Peso 25.558600
Nepalese Rupee 150.820000
New Zealand Dollar 1.958420
Norwegian Krone 11.656000
Rial Omani 0.536748
Pakistani Rupee NA
Nuevo Sol NA
Philippine Peso 65.619800
Polish Zloty 5.520740
Qatar Riyal 5.081300
Russian Ruble 89.364700
Saudi Arabian Riyal 5.234860
Singapore Dollar 1.877850
South African Rand 20.352800
Sri Lanka Rupee 202.763000
Swedish Krona 11.824600
Swiss Franc 1.360090
Thai Baht NA
Trinidad And Tobago Dollar 9.284280
Tunisian Dinar 3.060350
U.A.E. Dirham 5.126680
Peso Uruguayo NA
Bolivar Fuerte 13.924700
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.

These rates are the official rates used by the Fund to conduct operations with member countries. The rates are derived from the currency's representative exchange rate, as reported by the central bank, normally against the U.S. dollar at spot market rates and 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.

Exchange rates are published daily except on IMF holidays or whenever the IMF is closed for business.
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