In 2010, the dollar was worth about 10 thousand Iranian riyals, and in August 2018, the riyal reached a deep bottom where one dollar = 190 thousand riyals due to the withdrawal of the United States from The nuclear agreement and the return of the US economic sanctions on Iran

The Tehran government is trying to control the currency by arresting dollar intermediaries, closing more exchange offices and trying Hussein Faridun, brother of the current president, Hassan Rouhani, on charges of bank financial irregularities and urging citizens To deal with banks

The Iranian riyal has returned to rise again from the level of 110 thousand riyals to 130 thousand per dollar due to the expectation of Tehran to issue a negative report next Friday, February 22, 2019 from the Financial Action Monitoring Group FATF whose standards state combating international crime, # money laundering, and terrorist financing.

The Iranian riyal is expected to reach a new low level in the second half of 2019, as Trump intends to tighten sanctions on Iran by zeroing its oil exports to the world and the possibility of the withdrawal of other European parties from # Nuclear_ agreement