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Synonyms for rial

the basic unit of money in Yemen


the basic unit of money in Oman

the basic unit of money in Iran

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"Second Issue: Banknotes issued in 1972 under the supervision of Oman Currency Board (100 Baisa, Quarter Riyal, Half Riyal, One Riyal, 5 Riyals, 10 Riyals)."
As a result of a growth in oil prices, the net oil revenue of the Sultanate's government surged by 34.8 per cent to 2,382.1 million riyals during January-May period of 2018, against 1,766.7 million riyals for the same period of last year, according to data released by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI).
In a statement today, the advisor and spokesman for Saudi Customs, Esa Al-Esa said that in 2014, the total customs revenues amounted to 27.9 billion riyals, of which 24.5 billion riyals were actual revenues and 3.4 billion riyals compared to what the state bore in favor of the customs.
The report, in Gulf Times, said QEWC made 1.53 billion riyals in 2014, an 11 per cent increase on 2013, but did not include a fourth-quarter amount.
This was below the average forecast of three analysts polled by Reuters, who had predicted a quarterly profit of 1.94bn riyals.
Savola made a net profit of 564 million riyals ($150.4 million) in the three months to December 31, up from 413 million riyals in the prior-year period, according to a bourse filing.
Net profit for the first six months of 2013 was 1.92 billion riyals, up from 1.82 billion from the corresponding period of 2012.
CBQ made a net profit of 376 million riyals ($103.3 million), up from 309 million riyals in the same period last year but trailed analysts' average forecasts of 444.1 million riyals.
oil sales which amounted to O5,620 million riyals in 2010, compared to O3,355.
The results for Safco, in which Saudi Basic Industries Corp (SABIC) holds a 43 percent stake, were below the average estimate of 640 million riyals in a Reuters' poll of analysts.
Riyadh -- The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (Sama), the kingdom's central bank, has said that gold and foreign currency reserves increased by 131.5 billion riyals (Dh129.04 billion), or 6.8 per cent, in July compared to the same month last year.
The revenue is estimated at 6.38 billion riyals compared to 5.614 billion in the 2009 calculations, an increase of 14 per cent.
The budget projects revenues of 505 billion riyals ($125.3 billion) and a fiscal deficit of 70 billion riyals ($18.67 billion) in 2010, its second straight deficit, as it increases spending.
Sana'a, 29 Sept: The total credit for private sector from commercial and Islamic banks has recorded increase by 1.6 per cent at the end of July 2009 compared to the previous month, with total amount of 424 billion and 400 million riyals.