Omani Rial

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Omani Rial

The currency of Oman. It was introduced in 1973, replacing the rial Saidi, which had replaced the Gulf rupee. It is pegged to the U.S. dollar.
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The total traded value of Omani real estate transactions hit 1.9 billion Omani Riyals
(US$ 4.9 billion) in H1 2015, an increase of 52.6 per cent compared with1.2 billion Omani Riyals
The interest rate spread between Omani riyals lending and Omani riyals deposit rates decreased from 5.093 in October 2010 to 4.946 in October 2011.
riyals) and demand deposits (2.42 billion Omani riyals), showed the monthly
Deposits in riyals stood at 6.89 billion Omani riyals, while deposits in
The value of exchange contracts logged a 143.5% increase till the end of June 2015 by reaching 11 million and 200 thousand Omani Riyals till the end of last June; compared to the value recorded during the same period of 2014; which reached 4 million and 600 thousand Omani Riyals.
The combined result of which, is a bottom line deficit of 1.8 billion Omani Riyals
sultanate's budget surplus for the first ten months of 2013 continued to mount up at 543.9 million Omani Riyals
Oil revenues are expected to reach 4.050 billion Omani riyals, that is 63
The net transactions of the Omanis recorded 42 million and 957 thousand Omani Riyals. The purchases of the Gulf investors were also higher than their sales.
The average rent for a four-bedroom villa in the first quarter of 2010 is 2,000 Omani Riyals (US$ 5,202) per month; around
Muscat: The government has raised Oman Air's capital from 50 million Omani riyals (Dh447 million) to 300 million riyals.