[size=36]The central bank's hard currency sales exceed $200 million[/size]
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, the Central Bank of Iraq's sales of hard currency rose, on Tuesday, to record more than 200 million dollars.
Today, the Central Bank’s auction for the sale and purchase of foreign currencies witnessed an increase in its sales by 7.45% to reach 202 million, and 324 thousand and 503 dollars, which the bank covered at a base exchange rate of 1460 dinars per dollar.
Most of the bank's sales went to enhance balances abroad in the form of remittances and credits, amounting to 156 million and 874 thousand and 503 dollars, while the remaining amount of 45 million and 450 thousand dollars went in cash.
27 banks responded to requests to enhance balances abroad, 18 banks to meet cash requests, in addition to 210 brokerage firms. Ended 29/A 4