Countries that use the Arabic DirhamThe Arabic Dirham was established in 1971 as an official national currency and is used only in the United Arab Emirates. 1 Dirham is devided into 100 Fils.
The Arabic Dirham is tied to the US Dollar with a fixed exchange rate. Therefore, 1 Dirham always equals to 0.2723 US Dollar.
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1.00 Arabic Dirham = 0.27 US Dollar
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Exchange rate history 10 AED in USDThe two currencies are directly interdependent and have a fixed conversion rate.
Arabic Dirham as currency
|United Arab Emirates||Western Asia|
US Dollar as currency
|British Virgin Islands||Caribbean|
|El Salvador||Central America|
|East Timor||Southeast Asia|
|Federated States of Micronesia||Micronesia|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Micronesia|
|Turks and Caicos Islands||Caribbean|
|United States||North America|
|British Indian Ocean Territory||Eastern Africa|
|Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba||Caribbean|
Currency reserves for the Arabic DirhamAccording to the International Monetary Fund, the total broad money (M3) amounted to AED 1,478.61 billion at the end of 2020. For currency hedging, reserves were held in a total amount of 391.86 billion Dirhams. This corresponds to a ratio of 1:3.8. Or in other words: 10 of 38 Dirhams are deposited with a countervalue, which is internationally already above average.
Approximately 9.69 billion Dirhams (2.5%) of the currency reserves exist in gold reserves, the remainder consists of foreign currencies, special drawing rights in the International Monetary Fund and other reserve positions.
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SourcesAll conversion rates are based on data from the European Central Bank.
Data on currency and gold reserves are from the International Monetary Fund.