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Exchange Rate for 23 April, 2014

Exchange Rates Fixed by Nepal Rastra Bank
Currency Unit Buying/Rs. Selling/Rs.
Indian Rupee
100
160
160.15
Open Market Exchange Rates
(For the purpose of Nepal Rastra Bank)
Currency Unit Buying/Rs. Selling/Rs.
U.S. dollar
1
96.92
97.52
European euro
1
133.89
134.72
UK pound sterling
1
163.08
164.09
Swiss franc
1
109.62
110.30
Australian dollar
1
90.68
91.24
Canadian dollar
1
87.96
88.51
Singapore dollar
1
77.14
77.62
Japanese yen
10
9.45
9.51
Chinese renminbi (Yuan)
1
15.54
15.63
Saudi Arabian riyal
1
25.84
26.00
Qatari riyal
1
26.62
26.79
Thai baht
1
3.00
3.02
UAE Dirham
1
26.39
26.55
Malaysian ringgit
1
29.68
29.86
South Korean Won 100
9.34
9.40

Only Buying rates
Currency Unit Rates/Rs.
Swedish Krone
1
14.73
Danish Krone
1
17.93
Hong Kong dollar
1
12.50
Kuwaiti Dinar
1
344.56
Bahraini Dinar
1
257.09

Note: Under the present system the open market exchange rates
quoted by different banks may differ.
 

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