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    Angry protests in front of the Central Bank to demand a reduction in the dollar

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    Angry protests in front of the Central Bank to demand a reduction in the dollar Empty Angry protests in front of the Central Bank to demand a reduction in the dollar

    Post by Rocky Fri 06 Jan 2023, 4:48 am

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    [size=52]Angry protests in front of the Central Bank to demand a reduction in the dollar[/size]

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    [size=45]Baghdad - Ibtihal Al-Arabi[/size]
    [size=45]Citizens protested yesterday, in front of the Central Bank building in the middle of Al-Rashid Street in Baghdad, after the currency exchange rate rose again and reached the threshold of 156 thousand dinars per hundred dollars, and demanded a reduction in the price of the dollar against the dinar. The security forces closed the street leading to the bank. Witnesses said that (the demonstrators held banners calling on the Central Bank to reduce the price of the dollar against the dinar, blaming it for the high exchange rate). The demonstrations coincided with continuous showers of rain, and the security forces closed Al-Rashid Street in anticipation of any emergency. The dollar exchange rate rose on the local stock exchange. The selling prices were recorded at 156,000 dinars per 100 dollars, while the buying prices of the dollar were 155,500 dinars per 100 dollars. And the bank decided earlier to adjust the exchange rate of the dollar against the dinar, as the price of buying a dollar from the Ministry of Finance reached 1450 dinars, while the price of selling it to banks was set at 1460 dinars per dollar, while the selling price to the citizen was 1470 dinars per dollar.[/size]
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