Foreign Exchange Rates July 3, 2024

The closing foreign exchange rates, sourced from Bank Negara Malaysia and recorded at 5 p.m. on July 3, provide a comprehensive overview of currency fluctuations for the day. These rates, crucial for investors and businesses alike, reflect the relative strength or weakness of major global currencies against the Malaysian Ringgit. They serve as a vital indicator for assessing international trade competitiveness, investment opportunities, and overall economic trends in the global market. The exchange rates are as shown below:

Foreign Currency Units[=1 Malaysian ringgit]Trading date: 3 Jul 2024 (Wednesday)Time: 1700
BuyingSelling
1 U.S. DollarUSD4.717[0.2118]4.721[0.2120]
1 Australian DollarAUD3.1472[0.3172]3.1527[0.3177]
1 Brunei DollarBND3.4771[0.2872]3.4813[0.2876]
1 Canadian DollarCAD3.4486[0.2897]3.4518[0.2900]
100 Cambodian RielKHR0.1136[870.32]0.1149[880.28]
1 Chinese RenminbiCNY0.6485[1.5406]0.6491[1.5420]
1 EUROEUR5.0736[0.1969]5.0798[0.1971]
100 Hong Kong DollarHKD60.3822[1.6546]60.4358[1.6561]
100 Indonesian RupiahIDR0.0288[3,472]0.0288[3,472]
100 Japanese YenJPY2.9144[34.2806]2.9171[34.3124]
100 Korean WonKRW0.3395[294.20]0.3399[294.55]
100 Phillippine PesoPHP8.0289[12.4401]8.0385[12.4550]
100 Saudi Arabian RiyalSAR125.733[0.7946]125.8464[0.7953]
1 Singapore DollarSGD3.4771[0.2872]3.4813[0.2876]
1 Swiss FrancCHF5.2197[0.1914]5.2247[0.1916]
100 Taiwanese New DollarTWD14.433[6.9219]14.447[6.9286]
100 Thai BahtTHB12.8214[7.7886]12.8393[7.7995]
1 U.K. PoundGBP5.9882[0.1668]5.9938[0.1670]
100 Vietnamese DongVND0.0185[5,376.34]0.0186[5,405.41]
1 IMF Special Drawing RightSDR
1 New Zealand DollarNZD2.8656[0.3484]2.8699[0.3490]
100 Myanmar KyatMMK0.2253[443.4590]0.2255[443.8526]
100 Indian RupeeINR5.6455[17.6866]5.654[17.7132]
100 United Arab Emirates Dirham UAEAED128.4201[0.7780]128.536[0.7787]
100 Pakistan RupeePKR1.6937[58.9484]1.6964[59.0423]
100 Nepalese RupeeNPR3.5294[28.3078]3.5326[28.3334]
1 Egyptian PoundEGP0.0979[10.1833]0.0982[10.2145]
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