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Shafaq News/ The Central Bank of Iraq's sales in an auction today, Monday, amounted to more than 226 million dollars, of which foreign transfers accounted for 91% compared to cash sales.
Shafaq News Agency reporter stated, "The Central Bank sold today, during its auction for buying and selling US dollars, 226 million, 552 thousand and 620 dollars, which the bank covered at a basic exchange rate of 1,305 dinars, per dollar for documentary credits and international settlements of electronic cards, and at a price of 1,310 dinars per dollar for foreign transfers, and at a price of 1,310 dinars per dollar in cash.
Our correspondent added that most of the dollar sales went to reinforce the balances abroad in the form of (remittances, credits) at a rate of 209 million 143 thousand and 620 dollars, while the rest of 17 million and 410 thousand dollars went in the form of cash sales.
Our correspondent indicated that the number of banks that bought cash dollars amounted to 8 banks, while the number of banks that responded to requests for strengthening balances abroad reached 22, while the total number of exchange and mediation companies participating in the auction was 56 companies.
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