Historic Jordanian dinar United States dollar

Jordanian dinar united states dollar history since 29/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for JOD to USD exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Central Bank of Jordan and the currency supplied by Federal Reserve Bank. The JOD USD historical data can be seen on the Jordanian dinar united states dollar historical chart.

30 January 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
31 January 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
01 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
02 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
03 February 20241 JOD = 1.411 USD
04 February 20241 JOD = 1.411 USD
05 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
06 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
07 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
08 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
09 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
12 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
13 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
14 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
15 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
16 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
17 February 20241 JOD = 1.412 USD
18 February 20241 JOD = 1.412 USD
19 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
20 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
21 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
22 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
23 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
24 February 20241 JOD = 1.412 USD
25 February 20241 JOD = 1.412 USD
26 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
27 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
28 February 20241 JOD = 1.415 USD
29 February 20241 JOD = 1.412 USD

17/03/2020: COVID-19 Impact on the Dinar

The COVID-19 pandemic and its economic consequences significantly impacted the value and stability of the Jordanian dinar.

10/11/2019: Announcement of Digitizing the Dinar

The Central Bank of Jordan announced its plan to digitize the Jordanian dinar to enhance efficiency and reduce costs.

15/12/2013: Launch of the New 50 Dinar Note

A new 50 dinar banknote featuring King Abdullah II was released, replacing the old design.

01/01/2001: Introduction of New Dinar Notes

New banknotes of the Jordanian dinar were introduced with enhanced security features.

01/07/1989: Devaluation of the Dinar

The Jordanian dinar was devalued by 50% to stimulate exports and economic growth.

01/03/1965: Replacement of Filas

The filas, a fractional unit of the dinar, were replaced by smaller denomination coins.

01/04/1950: Introduction of the Jordanian Dinar

The Jordanian dinar was introduced as the official currency of Jordan, replacing the Palestine pound.