Sudanese Pound (SDD)

Reuters  Jun 12  Comment 
Sudan's licensed foreign exchange bureaux have started trading Sudanese pounds at a rate nearly equal to the black market price, part of an effort started last month to stamp out unofficial trade, an official said on Tuesday.
Reuters  May 30  Comment 
Sudan's pound is under renewed pressure on the black market, with licensed exchange bureaux struggling to meet demand for dollars ahead of the summer travel season, dealers said.
Reuters  May 21  Comment 
Sudanese foreign exchange bureaux started trading Sudanese pounds at a devalued rate on Monday as part of an effort by officials to curb illegal trade and stablise the currency.
Reuters  Apr 14  Comment 
The Sudanese pound has hit a historic low on the black market as people rush to move savings into dollars, fearing an economic crisis will deepen after South Sudan seized a vital oilfield, money traders said on Saturday.
Reuters  Dec 7  Comment 
A few months before South Sudan broke away to become the world's newest nation, James Luong Kiir's pharmacy was pulling in around 5,000 South Sudanese pounds (around $1,500) a month -- a decent living in Bentiu, capital of the conflict-stricken...
Reuters  Nov 30  Comment 
The Sudanese pound weakened against the U.S. dollar in the black market this week because of a foreign currency shortage that has been worsened by the secession of oil-producing South Sudan, traders said on Wednesday.
Reuters  Sep 29  Comment 
The Sudanese pound extended losses on the key black market due to a shortage of dollars, dealers said on Thursday, as the African country battles an economic crisis and high inflation.
Reuters  Sep 27  Comment 
South Sudan wants to stop the pound weakening by setting an exchange rate target of 2.9-3.3 against the dollar and will intervene to ensure the currency stays in that band, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
Reuters  Sep 15  Comment 
The Sudanese pound hit a new low against the dollar on Thursday amid a scarcity of hard currency, while annual inflation in the African country accelerated to 21.1 percent in August due to a jump in food prices.


The Sudanese Pound is the currency of Sudan.

The chart at left shows the USD/SDD currency pair; the number of Sudanese Pounds equivalent to 1 U.S. Dollar (USD).

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