Historic Surinamese dollar Thai baht

Surinamese dollar thai baht history since 29/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for SRD to THB 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 Thailand. The SRD THB historical data can be seen on the Surinamese dollar thai baht historical chart.

30 January 20241 SRD = 0.9806 THB
31 January 20241 SRD = 0.9685 THB
01 February 20241 SRD = 0.9751 THB
02 February 20241 SRD = 0.9692 THB
03 February 20241 SRD = 0.9761 THB
04 February 20241 SRD = 0.9755 THB
05 February 20241 SRD = 0.9814 THB
06 February 20241 SRD = 0.9814 THB
07 February 20241 SRD = 0.9820 THB
08 February 20241 SRD = 0.9777 THB
09 February 20241 SRD = 0.9898 THB
12 February 20241 SRD = 0.9909 THB
13 February 20241 SRD = 0.9912 THB
14 February 20241 SRD = 1.002 THB
15 February 20241 SRD = 1.002 THB
16 February 20241 SRD = 1.002 THB
17 February 20241 SRD = 1.000 THB
18 February 20241 SRD = 1.005 THB
19 February 20241 SRD = 1.005 THB
20 February 20241 SRD = 1.026 THB
21 February 20241 SRD = 1.014 THB
22 February 20241 SRD = 1.011 THB
23 February 20241 SRD = 1.015 THB
24 February 20241 SRD = 1.014 THB
25 February 20241 SRD = 1.018 THB
26 February 20241 SRD = 1.027 THB
27 February 20241 SRD = 1.026 THB
28 February 20241 SRD = 1.026 THB
29 February 20241 SRD = 1.025 THB

15/04/2019: Coronation of King Rama X

King Maha Vajiralongkorn's coronation ceremony took place, affirming stability and continuity in the monarchy.

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).

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.

19/09/2006: 2006 Thai coup d'état

The military staged a coup overthrowing the government, causing political instability and affecting the currency.

01/01/2004: Replacement of banknotes

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

02/07/1997: Asian Financial Crisis

The Thai baht was devalued triggering the Asian financial crisis, resulting in economic recession and structural reforms.

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.

01/01/1980: Currency Floatation

The Thai baht was shifted from a fixed to a floating exchange rate system, leading to increased volatility.

14/10/1973: October 14 Uprising

A popular uprising against the military dictatorship led to political reforms and an increase in public participation.

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.

01/01/1942: Japanese Occupation

During World War II, Thailand was occupied by Japan, leading to the introduction of Japanese-sponsored banknotes.

24/06/1932: Siamese Revolution

The Siamese Revolution resulted in the establishment of a constitutional monarchy, marking the beginning of political changes in Thailand.