Seychelles Rupee (SCR) Currency Exchange Rate Conversion Calculator = Enter the amount to be converted in the box to the left of the currency and press the "convert" button. To show Seychelles Rupee and just one other currency click on any other currency.
The Seychelles rupee was introduced in 1914. Initially in banknote form only, the Seychellois rupee circulated alongside and was equal to the Mauritian rupee, which had circulated in the Seychelles since 1877.
the Seychelles Rupee became a separate currency linked directly to the British Pound Sterling. Coins were produced for the Seychelles in 1939.
The Seychelles rupee was allowed to depreciate in 2006 after being overvalued for years and fell by 10% in the first 9 months of 2007.
The Seychelles rupee was introduced in 1914, replacing, at par, the Mauritan rupee which had circulated in the Seychelles since 1877.
1 Seychelles Rupee is equal to: Europe Albanian Lek 9.1096 Belarus Ruble 221.6667 British Pound 0.
The Seychelles Rupee is now the currency of choice everywhere even in the big hotels, the USD,Euro and GBP are all secondary and can be expensive to change.
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The Seychelles rupee is made up of 100 cents and is often presented with the symbol SR or SRe. The Seychelles rupee is spelled "roupi" in the local Seselwa language.
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In the 11 months of macro-economic reform, the Seychelles rupee has been appreciating at a dramatic rate against major foreign currencies. In November and December 2008 up to R18 was required to buy a United States dollar. This week it is around R11 for the dollar.
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