Historic Malaysian ringgit Singapore dollar

Malaysian ringgit singapore dollar history since 26/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for MYR to SGD exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Bank Negara Malaysia and the currency supplied by Monetary Authority of Singapore. The MYR SGD historical data can be seen on the Malaysian ringgit singapore dollar historical chart.

28 January 20241 MYR = 0.2838 SGD
29 January 20241 MYR = 0.2840 SGD
30 January 20241 MYR = 0.2831 SGD
31 January 20241 MYR = 0.2834 SGD
01 February 20241 MYR = 0.2836 SGD
02 February 20241 MYR = 0.2828 SGD
03 February 20241 MYR = 0.2846 SGD
04 February 20241 MYR = 0.2845 SGD
05 February 20241 MYR = 0.2849 SGD
06 February 20241 MYR = 0.2837 SGD
07 February 20241 MYR = 0.2821 SGD
08 February 20241 MYR = 0.2823 SGD
09 February 20241 MYR = 0.2825 SGD
10 February 20241 MYR = 0.2830 SGD
12 February 20241 MYR = 0.2825 SGD
13 February 20241 MYR = 0.2824 SGD
14 February 20241 MYR = 0.2836 SGD
15 February 20241 MYR = 0.2818 SGD
16 February 20241 MYR = 0.2816 SGD
17 February 20241 MYR = 0.2817 SGD
18 February 20241 MYR = 0.2818 SGD
19 February 20241 MYR = 0.2816 SGD
20 February 20241 MYR = 0.2814 SGD
21 February 20241 MYR = 0.2802 SGD
22 February 20241 MYR = 0.2804 SGD
23 February 20241 MYR = 0.2811 SGD
24 February 20241 MYR = 0.2813 SGD
25 February 20241 MYR = 0.2812 SGD
26 February 20241 MYR = 0.2816 SGD

30/03/2020: SGD in COVID-19 Pandemic

The SGD faces volatility and fluctuations in value due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

18/03/2020: COVID-19 Pandemic Impact

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a sharp decline in the value of the ringgit, as global markets experienced volatility and economic slowdown.

13/10/2016: Celebrating 50 Years of Currency

Singapore commemorates 50 years of Singapore currency, showcasing the success and stability of the SGD.

12/08/2015: Ringgit Depreciation

The Malaysian ringgit experienced a significant depreciation against major currencies due to falling oil prices and global economic uncertainties.

21/07/2005: Removal of Currency Peg

The Malaysian government removed the fixed exchange rate peg to the US dollar, allowing the ringgit to float freely based on market forces.

21/07/2003: Currency Interchangeability Agreement with Brunei

The SGD and Brunei dollar become interchangeable at par value, enhancing economic cooperation between the two countries.

02/01/2001: Floatation of SGD

Singapore allows the SGD to float freely against other currencies, abandoning the exchange rate peg and adopting a managed float system.

02/07/1997: Asian Financial Crisis

The Malaysian ringgit was heavily affected by the Asian financial crisis, leading to a currency devaluation and introduction of capital controls.

12/06/1985: Currency Pegged to the US Dollar

The Malaysian ringgit was pegged to the US dollar at a fixed exchange rate of RM2.50 per USD to stabilize the economy.

29/08/1975: Change to Malaysian Ringgit

The Malaysian dollar was renamed as the Malaysian ringgit, with the currency symbol RM, to reflect the country's independence and identity.

01/03/1973: Pegging to a Basket of Currencies

The SGD is pegged to a basket of currencies, leading to increased stability and reduced reliance on a single currency.

12/06/1967: Introduction of the Malaysian Dollar

The Malaysian dollar was introduced as the official currency of Malaysia, replacing the Malaya and British Borneo dollar.

12/06/1967: Monetary Agreement with Malaysia

Singapore withdrew from the Malaysian dollar and issued its own currency.

12/06/1965: Independence of Singapore

The Singapore dollar (SGD) is introduced as the official currency upon Singapore's separation from Malaysia.