Currency Rates for Belarusian Ruble
Bank Exchange Rates for Belarus - BYR - Belarusian Ruble - Br. The foreign exchange rates for Belarus also known as the ISO code BYR or the Belarusian Ruble currency and as a symbol Br.
Rubles subdivide into 100 Kapekya; however, no physical denominations are available in Kapekya. Currently circulated banknotes are available in denominations of 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000 10,000, 20, 000 50, 000, 100,000 and 200,000 rubles.
The Belarus Ruble has been reissued twice, with the first Ruble being introduced in 1992 and being replaced at a rate of 1 new ruble: 1,000 old Rubles with the second Ruble in 2000, the second Ruble is still in circulation. The new Ruble has only been issued using banknotes, meaning that there are no coins currently in circulation, and any coins produced are for commemorative purposes or as collector’s items.
The Belarusian ruble (BYR) is the currency of The Republic of Belarus and was first printed in 1992 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The people of Belarus where in crisis as, goods still needed to be purchased and sold in the markets but, the Belarusian unit at the USSR State Bank (Bank of Russia), did not have the capacity and could not legally print Soviet currency so instead, as a sovereign state, decided to introduce its own national currency into circulation. Although initially alongside the Soviet rubel, in May 1992 the National Bank of Belarus started collecting the Soviet rubel and issued replacement notes. Since then the Belarusian Ruble has had two replacements introduced to improve the currency, by replacing the existing rubel to include different denominations. The current Belarusian Ruble was introduced in 2016 and can be subdivided into 100 Kapekya, although Kapekya has no physical denominations currently available, the rubel has 9 different denominations of banknotes available consisting of 100, 500, 1 000, 5 000, 10 000, 20 000, 50 000, 100 000 and 200 000 rubles. The Belarusian rubel does not produce any coins as a part of their currency, but they still manage to manufacture a huge amount of coins, due to coins being manufactured as collectors items and for commemorative purposes. Over the past 10 years, the Value of the rubel has significantly decreased due to the exchange rate dropping and the Bank of the Republic of Belarus lowering the exchange rate of the rubel three times in the space of seven years. Initially the Bank of the Republic of Belarus lowered the exchange rate of the rubel by 20% in 2009, this did not achieve the desired results so, they were forced to lower the exchange rate of the rubel again in 2011 by a further 51% and again in 2015 by a further 23% as a direct result of the Russian rubel crisis that was flooding their borders.
GBP to BYR
Before 2008, the Belarus ruble was attached to the Russian ruble in terms of exchange rates, but since 2008 it has been tied to the US Dollar instead.
The value of the ruble has decreased dramatically over the past ten years, with the Central Bank of the Republic of Belarus lowering the exchange rate of the ruble by 20% in 2009, then by a further 56% in 2011. The exchange rate then dropped 34.2% in 2011, as a result of being fully floated. In 2015, the Central bank of the Republic of Belarus devalued their currency further, by 23% as a consequence of Russia ruble crisis crossing the border. Bank Exchange Rates for Belarusian Ruble. The foreign exchange rates for Belarus also known as the ISO code BYR. Send money transfer online with us with the cheapest options