Singapore Dollar to US Dollar Exchange Rate Today

Sunday, 21-Apr-24 10:52:31 UTC


1 SGD to USD = 0.73 USD

The Most Popular Conversions from SGD to USD

  • 5 SGD to USD = 3.67 USD
  • 10 SGD to USD = 7.35 USD
  • 25 SGD to USD = 18.36 USD
  • 50 SGD to USD = 36.73 USD
  • 100 SGD to USD = 73.45 USD
  • 250 SGD to USD = 183.63 USD

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SGD to USD chart (historical graph)

FAQ about Singapore Dollars to US Dollars conversions

How much is 1 Singapore Dollar in US Dollars?

One Singapore Dollar is equal to 0.73 US Dollars.

How much is 100 Singapore Dollars in US Dollars?

The value of 100 SGD is 73.45 USD.

How much is 1000 Singapore Dollars in US Dollars?

The value of 1000 SGD is 734.50 USD.

Use our Singapore Dollar to US Dollar calculator to calculate other currency amounts.

Is Singapore Dollar worth less than U.S. Dollar?

Singapore might be small, but in the currency game, it plays strategically. Now, imagine everyone starts scooping up Singapore dollars, thinking they're a safe bet. That's cool, but it could create a bubble of speculation, making the Singapore dollar way more valuable than it should be.

Here's the deal: Singapore keeps its currency game in check. They link the Singapore dollar to a bunch of major currencies, and guess what's a big player in that mix? Yep, the good ol' US dollar. And check this out – the Singapore dollar has been hanging around 1.25 per US dollar for about three years. That's a clue that the US dollar has a pretty hefty role in Singapore's currency basket.

In plain terms, if the US dollar takes a dive, the Singapore dollar is likely to follow suit. It's like they're dance partners in this currency tango, and when one dips, the other tends to follow.

Are $1,000 and $10,000 banknotes still legal in Singapore?

Singapore stopped printing $1,000 and $10,000 bills from January 1, 2021, and October 1, 2014, respectively. But don't worry if you've got some lying around – the ones already out there are still cool to use in Singapore. The idea behind ditching these big bills was to stay ahead of any money laundering or terrorism financing risks.

Since 2014, banks have chilled on passing around $10,000 notes, but they're still up for handling any existing $1,000 notes you drop off. Fancy grabbing some of those? Just hit up the banks and ask about it.

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