Historic Surinamese dollar Japanese Yen

Surinamese dollar japanese yen history since 18/07/2024 until today (0 years). Search for SRD to JPY exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Central Bank of Suriname and the currency supplied by Bank of Japan. The SRD JPY historical data can be seen on the Surinamese dollar japanese yen historical chart.

01/01/2019: Redenomination of the Surinamese dollar

The Surinamese dollar underwent a redenomination with 1 new dollar (SRD) being equal to 1,000 old dollars (SRG).

28/07/2016: Bank of Japan announces stimulus package

The Bank of Japan announced an aggressive stimulus package and negative interest rates, causing the Yen to depreciate against major currencies.

11/03/2011: Great East Japan Earthquake

The Tohoku earthquake and tsunami devastated Japan, leading to a decline in the Yen as reconstruction efforts strained the economy.

01/01/2011: Introduction of new banknotes

New banknotes with updated designs and security features were introduced to replace the older series of Surinamese dollar banknotes.

15/09/2008: Lehman Brothers bankruptcy

The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers triggered a global financial crisis, resulting in a surge in the value of the Yen as investors sought safe-haven assets.

01/01/2004: Replacement of banknotes

New banknotes were introduced with enhanced security features to replace the older series of Surinamese dollar banknotes.

20/03/1995: Kobe earthquake

The Great Hanshin earthquake struck Kobe, causing significant damage to the Japanese economy and leading to a decline in the value of the Yen.

23/12/1991: Devaluation of the Surinamese dollar

The Surinamese dollar was devalued by 100%, resulting in an exchange rate of 1 dollar to 200 guilders.

01/10/1985: Introduction of the Surinamese dollar

The Surinamese dollar was introduced as the new currency of Suriname at a rate of 1 dollar to 1,000 guilders.

22/09/1985: Plaza Accord

Japan, along with major economies, agreed to depreciate the value of the US dollar, leading to the appreciation of the Yen.

01/03/1973: Yen becomes a floating currency

The Yen lost its fixed exchange rate and started floating against major currencies following the collapse of the Bretton Woods system.

01/01/1962: Introduction of the Surinamese guilder

The Surinamese guilder was introduced as the official currency of Suriname, replacing the Dutch guilder.

31/12/1954: Independence of Suriname

Suriname gained independence from the Kingdom of the Netherlands, leading to the introduction of the Surinamese guilder as its official currency.

15/12/1953: Yen is introduced

The Japanese Yen was first introduced as the official currency of Japan with the enactment of the Bank of Japan Act.