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Central bank sales fell to $ 138 million

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Central bank sales fell to $ 138 million

Post by rocky on Sun Oct 22, 2017 8:25 am

Central bank sales fell to $ 138 million




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Reuters) - 
Sales of the central bank fell at the opening of its first session this week on Sunday, recording 138 million dollars, the bank said. 

The Central Bank of Iraq during the auction for the sale and purchase of foreign currencies today decreased in sales to reach 138 million and 505 thousand dollars covered by the bank exchange rate basis of 1170 dinars per dollar, compared to last Thursday, which amounted to sales 145 million and 463 thousand dollars



The distribution of the request by 98 million and 155 thousand dollars in the form of remittances, while the rest distributed the amount of $ 40 million and 350 thousand dollars covered by the bank in full exchange rate of 1190 dinars per one dollar. 

While none of the banks of 39 banks and 9 financial transfer companies participating in the auction of any currency offers to sell the dollar. 

It is noteworthy that the central bank conducts daily sessions for the sale and purchase of foreign currencies except public holidays.




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