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Bahraini Dinar

Bahraini Dinar Rates

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Overview - BHD

The Bahraini Dinar is the currency of Bahrain and is designated by the ISO code BHD. Unusually it is subdivided into 1000 Fils rather than the usual sub-division of 100 units, and as such is normally shown with 3 decimal places. It was introduced as recently as 1965 replacing the Gulf Rupee, and is the world’s second highest valued currency unit after the Kuwaiti dinar.


In 1980 the Dinar was officially pegged to the IMF’s Special Drawing Rights, which in practice meant it was fixed at 1 US Dollar = BHD 0.376. This fix was made an official pegging in 2001. As a result of the peg the Bahraini Dinar is subject to market effects in the same way as the US Dollar.