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Iran's central bank "surrendered" to the collapse of the currency

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Iran's central bank "surrendered" to the collapse of the currency

Post by rocky on Tue 10 Jul 2018, 2:26 pm

Iran's central bank "surrendered" to the collapse of the currency






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(Encyclopedia of this day , news | Iraq News ) - Twilight News / Iranian central bank did not find an option to cope with the collapse of the local currency only open a secondary market of hard currency on Tuesday, down from efforts to 3 months continued only to impose exchange and one of the riyal against the dollar, after Fell to record highs.

The new market will meet the need for small importers and exporters from the private sector, according to the Iranian news agencies Tasnim and Fars.

A central bank official said the secondary market "will allow exchange rates to rise and fall freely."

"The price of foreign exchange will be determined based on supply and demand," the official IRNA news agency quoted Mehdi Kasraibor, director of the foreign exchange rules and policies department of the central bank, as saying on Tuesday.

The authorities announced in early April that they are working to unify the official market prices and the free market for the riyal in order to reach a price set by the Central Bank, and warned that those who will trade the dollar at different prices "will face arrest."

The Iranian action was aimed at stopping the fall of the riyal, which has fallen to record lows against the dollar. 

The fall in the riyal was boosted by US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from an agreement signed by Iran with international powers in 2015 over its nuclear program.


Some US sanctions on the Iranian economy are expected to be re-imposed in August, as well as another set of sanctions in November. 

This has led Iranians to turn their savings into dollars.


The common price system failed to stabilize the riyal. 

In late June, the Iranian currency plunged to a record high of about 90,000 rials to the dollar on the black market. 

The currency was around 80,000 riyals on Tuesday, compared to 43,000 at the end of 2017.


The secondary market was launched Tuesday, but Kasraibor did not elaborate on how it would work, or whether the government would intervene if the riyal fell sharply.



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(Reuters) - Iran's central bank found no choice but to open a secondary hard currency market on Tuesday, retreating from a three-month effort to impose a single exchange rate against the dollar after falling to record highs.
The new market will meet the need for small importers and exporters from the private sector, according to the Iranian news agencies Tasnim and Fars.
A central bank official said the secondary market "will allow exchange rates to rise and fall freely."
"The price of foreign exchange will be determined based on supply and demand," the official IRNA news agency quoted Mehdi Kasraibor, director of the foreign exchange rules and policies department of the central bank, as saying on Tuesday.
The authorities announced in early April that they are working to unify the official market prices and the free market for the riyal in order to reach a price set by the Central Bank, and warned that those who will trade the dollar at different prices "will face arrest."
The Iranian action was aimed at stopping the fall of the riyal, which has fallen to record lows against the dollar. The fall in the riyal was boosted by US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from an agreement signed by Iran with international powers in 2015 over its nuclear program.
Some US sanctions on the Iranian economy are expected to be re-imposed in August, as well as another set of sanctions in November. This has led Iranians to turn their savings into dollars.
The common price system failed to stabilize the riyal. In late June, the Iranian currency plunged to a record high of about 90,000 rials to the dollar on the black market. The currency was around 80,000 riyals on Tuesday, compared to 43,000 at the end of 2017.
The secondary market was launched Tuesday, but Kasraibor did not elaborate on how it would work, or whether the government would intervene if the riyal fell sharply.




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