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Shafaq News/ The Central Bank of Iraq's sales from the hard currency auction (US dollars) during last January amounted to more than two billion dollars.
Shafaq News agency reporter stated that the Central Bank sold during the month of January, in the days when it opened its auction for buying and selling the US dollar, 2,26,925,925,748 dollars, at a rate of 92,132,988 dollars per day, down by 24% from the month in which it was held. It was preceded by an average of 120 million 455 thousand and 810 dollars per day.
Our correspondent added; The bank's total sales decreased during January compared to the rest of the months of last year, as a result of the decline in its dollar sales to less than $130 million, to reach in some days less than $45 million.
He pointed out that these sales were distributed between remittances abroad to finance foreign trade, and cash sales to banks, while the sale price of dollars transferred to bank accounts abroad, in addition to cash sales, amounted to 1460 Iraqi dinars per dollar.
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