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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:25 pm

Central sales rise to 172 million

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09-09-2018 02:30 PM

The central bank's foreign exchange sales rose to $ 172.25 million on Sunday, against $ 165.99 million last Thursday, at $ 6.26 million.

The bank said in a statement that 'exchange rate amounted to 1190 dinars per dollar, in the auction held with the participation of 33 banks, and one company only for financial transfer'.

The statement added that 'these sales are the results of an auction on Monday,' explaining that 'total sales totaled 207.35 million dollars'.

"The volume of funds sold to boost bank balances abroad was $ 169.99 million, while total cash sold was estimated at $ 37.35 million," he said.

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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