What Is the Sudanese Pound (SDP)?

SDP is the abbreviation for the Sudanese pound, which is the currency used in Sudan. The pound is issued by the Central bank of Sudan in both banknotes and coins.

The Sudanese Pound (SDP) Explained

The Sudanese pound is not pegged to any currency meaning it is a free-floating currency. Sudan has struggled following the secession of South Sudan from Sudan in 2011 after decades of warfare. As a result, the pound has fluctuated significantly over the years and has been prone to devaluations.