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Shafaq News/ The Central Bank of Iraq's total sales of hard currency to dollars during the past week amounted to more than one billion and 300 million dollars.
Shafaq News agency reporter stated that, during the past week, during the five days in which the auction was opened, the Central Bank sold 1 billion 317 million 909 thousand 482 dollars, at a daily rate of 263 million 581 thousand 896 dollars, down by 4.29% from what was recorded. The previous week, which amounted to a daily average of 252 million 281 thousand and 900 dollars.
Our correspondent added that the highest dollar sales during the past week were on Tuesday, when sales amounted to 267,823,000 and 5 dollars, while the lowest sales were on Thursday, when sales amounted to 252,171,292 dollars.
He pointed out that sales of foreign remittances amounted during the past week to 1 billion and 100 million and 409 thousand and 482 dollars, an increase of 81% compared to cash sales, which amounted to 207 million and 500 thousand dollars.
He explained that the sales went in the form of cash and transfers abroad to finance foreign trade, while the selling price of documentary credits and international settlements for electronic cards amounted to 1,305 dinars per dollar, while the selling price of remittances abroad and the cash sale price amounted to 1,310 dinars per dollar.
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