Shafq News/ The Central Bank of Iraq's foreign exchange sales rebounded again on Wednesday, rising again by 26.47% to $86 million.
According to the correspondent of The Twilight News Agency, the Central Bank of Iraq witnessed during its auction to buy and sell foreign currencies today increased sales by 26.47% to reach 86 million, and 162 thousand dollars, covered by the bank at a base exchange rate of 1460 dinars per dollar, compared to Tuesday's day where sales reached 68 million and 281 thousand dollars.
He added that all sales went to strengthen assets abroad in the form of remittances and credits, while the sale was not done in cash.
Our correspondent noted that 15 banks have met requests to strengthen assets abroad.
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