Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) Exchange Rates on 07th December 2019 (07/12/2019)

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Exchange rates for Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)

Updated: 2019-12-07
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HKD BHD 0 HKD to BHD 0 BHD to HKD
HKD EGP 0 HKD to EGP 0 EGP to HKD
HKD HKD 0 HKD to HKD 0 HKD to HKD
HKD ILS 0 HKD to ILS 0 ILS to HKD
HKD JOD 0 HKD to JOD 0 JOD to HKD
HKD KWD 0 HKD to KWD 0 KWD to HKD
HKD LBP 0 HKD to LBP 0 LBP to HKD
HKD OMR 0 HKD to OMR 0 OMR to HKD
HKD QAR 0 HKD to QAR 0 QAR to HKD
HKD SAR 0 HKD to SAR 0 SAR to HKD
HKD AED 0 HKD to AED 0 AED to HKD
HKD YER 0 HKD to YER 0 YER to HKD
Updated: 2019-12-07
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HKD DZD 0 HKD to DZD 0 DZD to HKD
HKD KES 0 HKD to KES 0 KES to HKD
HKD MUR 0 HKD to MUR 0 MUR to HKD
HKD MAD 0 HKD to MAD 0 MAD to HKD
HKD NAD 0 HKD to NAD 0 NAD to HKD
HKD NIO 0 HKD to NIO 0 NIO to HKD
HKD NGN 0 HKD to NGN 0 NGN to HKD
HKD SLL 0 HKD to SLL 0 SLL to HKD
HKD ZAR 0 HKD to ZAR 0 ZAR to HKD
HKD TZS 0 HKD to TZS 0 TZS to HKD
HKD TND 0 HKD to TND 0 TND to HKD
HKD UGX 0 HKD to UGX 0 UGX to HKD
HKD XOF 0 HKD to XOF 0 XOF to HKD
HKD ZMK 0 HKD to ZMK 0 ZMK to HKD



Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)

Sign $
1 Hong Kong Dollar is subdivided into 10 hou or 100 cents.

The Hong Kong dollar is represented by the "$" or "HK$" symbols and uses the international currency code HKD. It is the official currency throughout Hong Kong and it is a common, yet unofficial, currency found in use is Macau. The HKD is pegged with the United States dollar (USD) and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority exercises monetary policy and circulation issues related to the HKD. Each HKD is divided into 100 cents, with "cents" symbolized with the " " sign.

Coins used:
10, 20, 50, $1, $2, $5, $10

Banknotes used:
$10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1,000
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has as its guiding mandate in managing the HKD the stability of the currency. This goal is indicative of the unique nature of Hong Kong and its role in facilitating East-West trade. The currency stability therefore is critical in giving assurances and providing stability thus promoting trust, security and faith in the currency, resulting in increased trade. The entire exchange process that provides HKD currency stability is through a complicated system known as the linked exchange rate system which incorporates many of the largest Eastern currencies at one time funneled into the one rate for the HKD.

As with many countries, the exact currency denominations in circulation is constantly fluctuating. The current coin denominations issued as a part of the HKD are 10, 20, 50, $1, $2, $5, and $10. Banknotes denominations currently in issuance are $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, and $1,000.

From 1994-2007 the Hong Kong Monetary Authority attempted to discontinue the $10 banknote and replace it with the $10 coin. This proved unsuccessful and has led to the $10 banknote having a special role within the currency. It is firstly the only note actually printed by the Home Kong Monetary Authority and not the sister Chinese owned company to whom note printing for all other Hong Kong notes was transferred in 1994. The $10 note also has a limited circulation polymer version that was issued in 2007 as an anniversary commemorative note, commemorating the return of Hong Kong to China.

Other References
Wikipedia article on Hong Kong Dollar
XE.com Live Currency Converter for HKD

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