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Shafaq News/ The Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) auctioned more than $260 million in foreign currency (forex) today, Sunday.
Shafaq News Agency correspondent said that the CBI foreign currency sales in today's auction amounted to $262,030,207. The transactions were made at a weighted average of 1460 dinars to one dollar.
Our correspondent explained that 12 banks and 126 exchange companies cashed out $22,900,000. The remaining $239,130,207 went to boost funds in the form of credit and non-cash transactions, with 33 banks meeting those requests.
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This news perfectly shows what kind of money people keep in stocks, so you must read about trading as much as possible. I'm still new to trading and know a little about it only from articles I read at investorjunkie.com. At that site, I read about trading and why it's worth investing my money. And for about a month now, I have been studying trading a little. I hope to actively trade stocks in a few months and understand how to manage finances. By the way, I wonder if the CBI will cash out all of its 260 million or not...
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