Omani rial

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Noun1.Omani rial - the basic unit of money in Oman
Omani monetary unit - monetary unit in Oman
baisa, baiza - 1,000 baiza equal 1 riyal-omani in Oman
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Muscat: With regard to monetary aggregates at the end of March 2019, the narrow money stock (M1) decreased year-on-year (YoY) by 3.3 per cent to OMR5 billion, while quasi- money (Rial Omani saving and time deposits, certificates of deposit issued by banks, margin deposits and foreign currency denominated deposits) witnessed a growth of 7.5 per cent during this period.
The weighted average interest rate on rial Omani deposits increased to 1.886 per cent in February from 1.700 per cent a year ago, while the weighted average rial Omani lending rate increased to 5.337 per cent from 5.192 per cent during the same period of 2018.
Quasi-money (Rial Omani saving and time deposits, certificates of deposit issued by banks, margin deposits and foreign currency denominated deposits) witnessed a growth of 3.2 percent during this period.
The weighted average interest rate on rial Omani deposits hardened to 1.899 per cent in December 2018 from 1.667 per cent in December 2017, while that on rial Omani lending increased to 5.329 per cent from 5.204 per cent during this period.
Quasi-money (Rial Omani saving and time deposits, certificates of deposit issued by banks, margin deposits and foreign currency-denominated deposits) registered an increase of 3.4 per cent during this period.
On the liabilities side of the balance sheet, total deposits (Rial Omani plus foreign currency deposits) witnessed a year-on-year growth of 18.1 per cent to RO 11,772.4 million in September 2011 from RO 9,971.3 million in September 2010.
On the liabilities side, aggregate deposits (rial Omani plus foreign currency) increased by 14.4 per cent to RO8,676.1 million.
by ONA Quasi-money (Rial Omani saving and time deposits, certificates of deposit issued by banks, margin deposits and foreign currency denominated deposits) witnessed a growth of 3.2% during this period.
However, quasi-money (Rial Omani saving and time deposits, certificates of deposit issued by banks, margin deposits and foreign currency denominated deposits) witnessed a growth of 12.1 percent during this period.
Anil Khimji, awarded One Thousand Rial Omani to all the participants of the Drama Competition.
According to the report, OCI achieved a Net Profit of Rial Omani 4.3 million (for nine months ending on September 30, 2011).