USD TO SAR: Today Dollar Rate in Saudi Riyal on, 9th October 2021
Today USD to SAR (Dollar rate in Saudi Riyal) – Dollar to SAR today on 9th October 2021 by the International market.
Dollar to Saudi Riyal conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers in Saudi Arabia. Check the 1 USD/SAR buying rate and selling rate here.
Today Dollar Rate in Saudi Riyal
Here can find the updated Dollar to Saudi Riyal rates (Updated, 9th October 2021).
|Oct 9th, 2021||USD To SAR||3.75|
US Dollar to SAR (Saudi Riyal):
The Dollar rate was USD 3.75 against Riyal (SAR) on Saturday ( 9th October 2021).
USD to SAR Open Market
Buying rate for USD to SAR is 3.65 and the selling rate is 3.75 (Updated: Oct 9th, 2021)
Just like in global financial markets, the US dollar currency is considered important in SAR. It is indeed a renowned currency worldwide. The rate of USD in SAR (Riyal) has been in the limelight for a while now it is hovering around SAR.
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