One rupee crore, as of 2014, is approximately equivalent to $163,720, using the exchange rate of 61.07 rupees per U.S. dollar. In the south Asian numbering system, a crore is equivalent to 10 million.Continue Reading
There are two unique numbers in the south Asian numbering system, which is used in the Hindi, Urdu, Nepali and Bengali languages. In addition to the crore, the lakh is equivalent to 100,000, making one crore equal to 100 lakh.
The numbering system for writing crore figures is slightly different from Western conventions. Instead of writing 10 million as "10,000,000," one crore is written as "1,00,00,000."Learn more about Currency & Conversions
To get the best Indian rupee exchange rate, do not rush to choose the provider offering the highest rate. Consider the remaining amount after the provider deducts all charges. Some providers offer better conversion rates beyond a specific limit, according to Dot Zinc Limited.Full Answer >
Travelers with an account at Bank of America can exchange Indian rupees for U.S. dollars at any full-service Bank of America location. Individuals who do not have a Bank of America account can exchange Indian rupees for U.S. dollars at Travelex Currency Services locations.Full Answer >
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Google Finance and XE are services that provide the exchange rate of the Sri Lankan rupee. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka updates its rates daily at 9:30 a.m. local time in Columbo, Sri Lanka. Google Finance and XE provide real-time exchange rates.Full Answer >
The revaluation of the Iraqi dinar up to a level of parity with the U.S. dollar, that is, to an exchange rate of 1:1, would mean that the United States would profit by trillions of dollars, according to Greg McCoach of Wealth Daily. This is because, at least according to some speculators, the United States purchased around $4 trillion Iraqi dinars for a price of $1 per 4,000 dinars. Many other investors also purchased Iraqi dinars at a favorable exchange rate and would also stand to profit.Full Answer >