Historic United States dollar Burmese kyat

United States dollar burmese kyat history since 29/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for USD to MMK exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Federal Reserve Bank and the currency supplied by Central Bank of Myanmar. The USD MMK historical data can be seen on the United States dollar burmese kyat historical chart.

30 January 20241 USD = 2078.60 MMK
31 January 20241 USD = 2079.49 MMK
01 February 20241 USD = 2075.99 MMK
02 February 20241 USD = 2079.02 MMK
03 February 20241 USD = 2093.68 MMK
04 February 20241 USD = 2093.68 MMK
05 February 20241 USD = 2098.87 MMK
06 February 20241 USD = 2081.96 MMK
07 February 20241 USD = 2080.91 MMK
08 February 20241 USD = 2079.88 MMK
09 February 20241 USD = 2080.76 MMK
12 February 20241 USD = 2077.63 MMK
13 February 20241 USD = 2079.30 MMK
14 February 20241 USD = 2079.67 MMK
15 February 20241 USD = 2079.44 MMK
16 February 20241 USD = 2078.68 MMK
17 February 20241 USD = 2093.68 MMK
18 February 20241 USD = 2093.68 MMK
19 February 20241 USD = 2079.70 MMK
20 February 20241 USD = 2079.18 MMK
21 February 20241 USD = 2079.83 MMK
22 February 20241 USD = 2079.51 MMK
23 February 20241 USD = 2080.54 MMK
24 February 20241 USD = 2093.68 MMK
25 February 20241 USD = 2093.68 MMK
26 February 20241 USD = 2077.89 MMK
27 February 20241 USD = 2079.32 MMK
28 February 20241 USD = 2079.09 MMK
29 February 20241 USD = 2093.68 MMK

22/02/2021: Kyat's Depreciation Challenges

The Burmese kyat faced significant depreciation and instability due to political turmoil and the military coup in Myanmar.

23/04/2015: Foreign Exchange Market Liberalization

Restrictions on foreign exchange were lifted, allowing a more liberalized foreign exchange market in Myanmar.

02/04/2012: Managed Float Regime Implemented

The Burmese government adopted a managed float exchange rate regime, allowing the kyat to fluctuate based on market forces.

01/04/1990: Foreign Exchange Certificates Introduced

Foreign Exchange Certificates (FECs) were introduced as a parallel currency to stabilize the economy and control the black market.

01/09/1987: Second Kyat Revalued

Due to hyperinflation, the Burmese kyat was again revalued, with 1 kyat replacing 10 new kyats.

01/12/1964: Kyat Revalued

The Burmese kyat underwent a major revaluation, with 1 new kyat replacing 100 old kyats to combat inflation.

01/07/1952: Kyat Introduced

The Burmese kyat was first introduced as the official currency of Burma, replacing the Indian rupee at an exchange rate of 1 kyat = 1 rupee.