The price of the Saudi riyal fell against the pound on Monday 13-1-2020

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The price of the Saudi riyal fell against the Egyptian pound on Monday 13-1-2020, in a number of banks, where the average price of the riyal was 4.23 pounds for purchase and 4.26 pounds for sale, and in the National Bank of Egypt recorded 4.22 pounds for purchase, and 4.26 pounds for sale against 4.23 pounds For purchase, and 4.27 pounds for sale, according to the latest updates of some banks operating in Egypt, compared to yesterday’s close.

The price of the Saudi riyal came in a number of other banks operating in Egypt, as follows:

The price of the Saudi riyal in the Central Bank of Egypt

4.23 pounds for purchase

4.26 pounds for sale.

The price of the Saudi riyal in the National Bank of Egypt

4.22 pounds to buy.

4.26 pounds for sale.

The price of the Saudi riyal in Banque Misr

4.22 pounds to buy.

4.26 pounds for sale.

The price of the Saudi riyal in Al Baraka Bank

4.16 pounds to buy.

4.29 pounds for sale.

The price of the Saudi riyal in the Bank of Alexandria

4.20 pounds for purchase

4.26 pounds for sale

The price of the Saudi riyal in the International Commercial Bank cib

4.21 pounds to buy

4.25 pounds for sale

The price of the Saudi riyal in the Suez Canal

4.21 pounds to buy.

4.25 pounds for sale.

The price of the Saudi riyal in the Arab African International Bank

4.20 pounds for purchase

4.25 pounds for sale

The price of the Saudi riyal in the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank

4.22 pounds to buy

4.27 pounds for sale.

The price of the Saudi riyal in the Housing and Development Bank

4.17 pounds to buy.

4.27 pounds for sale

The riyal is the basic unit of the Saudi currency, and the riyal consists of 100 halalas. The riyal is issued by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, which is covered with gold and convertible into foreign currencies. There are no restrictions on monetary transfers to and from the Kingdom. It is at 3.75 riyals since 1986, which is a sukuk and silver coins that have been used in global trade continuously since its first issuance in 1741.

Banknotes are “5 riyals, 10 riyals, 50 riyals, 100 riyals, 500 riyals”, and the coins are: 1 halala, 5 halalas, 10 halalas, 25 halalas, 50 halalas, 1 riyals, 2 riyals.

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