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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Sep 03, 2018 6:59 pm

Central bank sales rose to 183 million dollars

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03-09-2018 01:14 PM

The central bank's foreign currency sales rose Monday to $ 183.79 million, compared to sales of $ 182.67 million yesterday, at $ 1.12 million.

The exchange rate was 1190 dinars per dollar, at the auction held with the participation of 35 banks, and one company only for financial transfer.

The statement pointed out that 'these sales are the results of the auction on Tuesday', explaining that 'total sales totaled 216.29 million dollars'.

He added that 'the volume of funds sold to strengthen the bank balances abroad amounted to 182.29 million dollars, while estimated total cash sold by about 34 million dollars'.

He continued that 'the sale of amounts transferred to the accounts of banks abroad at the price of 1190 dinars per dollar, while the cash sale will be at the same price'.

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