Dr. Sinan Mohammed rida Al-Shabibi *
The Central Bank's main goal is to stabilize domestic prices and the exchange rate of foreign currency, not distribute money to merchants through their banks as perceived by many who gave the impression that the so-called auction is a business process, not monetary policy.
That price stability, any rates, simply requires that the z all the request, in the area of foreign currency that corresponds to the width of each foreign currency demand, in the light of that achieved a given exchange rate can be changed by inflation. This means that it must satisfy the demand for foreign currency (after ensuring that the Central Bank has received a certificate attesting its banks of money-laundering, and that there are no breaches of banking prevented the Bank from entering the auction of foreign currency), and an interview request in full would create another market exchange, and thus will ensure exchange rate stability and plurality
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