Recent Examples of riyal from the Web
Aramco paid 20 million Saudi riyals, or about $5.3 million, to the contractor to settle the dispute, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The cash will help reduce the country’s budget deficit, which the Saudi finance ministry said would come in at nearly 200 billion Saudi riyals ($53 billion) this year.
Outside the stadium, in the oppressive evening humidity, a group of around 70 local boys wearing traditional white robes waited to meet their heroes, and also to shout abuse and throw Qatari riyal notes at the opposition.
The Red Sea project aims to specifically generate 15 billion Saudi riyals ($4 billion) annually to Saudi Arabia's economy and create 35,000 jobs.
Under Saudi law, the man might face a fine of up to 400,000 riyals (roughly $107,000).
With $40 billion in Central Bank reserves (not counting gold holdings) Qatar can easily sustain the riyal peg without need to touch Qatar Investment Authority’s $300 billion plus in foreign assets.
Since then, PetroRabigh shares have recovered to trade at about 12.3 riyals, yet, the cash bleed continues.
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Origin and Etymology of riyal
First Known Use: 1856See Words from the same year
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