Historic Bahraini dinar Brazilian Real

Bahraini dinar brazilian real history since 15/04/2024 until today (0 years). Search for BHD to BRL exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

The Bahraini dinar is the currency of Bahrain (supplied by Central Bank of Bahrain and the Brazilian Real the currency of Brazil supplied by Central Bank of Brazil. The BHD BRL historical data can be seen on the Bahraini dinar brazilian real historical chart.

19/05/2019: Launch of New Bahraini Dinar Series

A new series of Bahraini dinar banknotes was launched, featuring enhanced security features, updated designs, and braille markings for the visually impaired.

15/08/2018: Elections and Political Uncertainty

The Real experienced significant volatility leading up to the Presidential elections, responding to political developments and market sentiment.

22/01/2015: Real Hits 10-Year Low

The Real reached its lowest level against the US dollar in a decade, primarily due to a decline in commodity prices and economic concerns.

06/02/2014: Introduction of Polymer Banknotes

Bahrain introduced polymer banknotes for the first time, enhancing durability and security of the currency.

15/09/2008: Global Financial Crisis Impact

As a consequence of the global financial crisis, the Brazilian Real faced a sharp depreciation against major currencies due to capital outflows and risk aversion.

30/09/2006: Bahraini Dinar Convertibility

Bahrain lifted the restrictions on the convertibility of the Bahraini dinar, allowing it to be freely traded and exchanged internationally.

27/07/2005: New Currency Symbol

The Central Bank of Brazil announced a public competition to select a new currency symbol, which resulted in the adoption of the official symbol for the Real.

18/06/2002: Exchange Rate Floatation

The Brazilian government allowed the Real to float freely against other currencies, abandoning the controlled exchange rate regime.

20/08/2001: Bahraini Dinar Second Edition

A new series of Bahraini dinar banknotes was introduced, featuring enhanced security features and updated designs.

15/01/1999: Devaluation of the Real

Due to the Russian financial crisis and the Asian financial crisis, the government devalued the Real by around 8% to boost exports and stimulate the economy.

01/07/1994: Introduction of the Real Plan

The Brazilian real was established as the official currency, replacing the hyperinflation-ridden Cruzeiro Real. It aimed to stabilize the economy and combat inflation.

24/06/1994: Establishment of the Bahrain Monetary Agency

The Bahrain Monetary Agency (now known as the Central Bank of Bahrain) was established to regulate and oversee the Bahraini dinar.

31/12/1972: Bahrain Dinar Pegged to US Dollar

The Bahraini Dinar was pegged to the US Dollar at a fixed exchange rate of 1 dinar = $2.80, which continues to this day.

15/10/1965: Introduction of the Bahraini Dinar

The Bahraini Dinar was introduced as the official currency of Bahrain, replacing the Gulf rupee at a rate of 1 dinar = 10 rupees.