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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jun 04, 2019 12:14 am

Central sells more than $ 132 million

Central sells more than $ 132 million Doc-P-306478-636951528869564872

2019-06-03 05:57

Iraq's central bank announced on Monday that it had sold more than $ 132 million with the participation of 29 banks.

The Central Bank of Iraq sold during the auction for the sale and purchase of foreign currencies today 132 million and 940 thousand and 981 dollars covered by the bank at a basic exchange rate of 1190 dinars per dollar.

The remaining $ 26 million and $ 890,000 were distributed in the form of a cash sale covered by the bank at an exchange rate of 1190 dinars per dollar.

None of the 29 banks and one of the money transfer companies offered any offers to sell the dollar at the currency auction.

It is noteworthy that the Central Bank is conducting daily sessions for the sale and purchase of foreign currencies, except public holidays on which the bank stops these auctions.


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