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    Exchange rates rise again in Baghdad... 157 thousand for every 100 dollars

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    Exchange rates rise again in Baghdad... 157 thousand for every 100 dollars Empty Exchange rates rise again in Baghdad... 157 thousand for every 100 dollars

    Post by Rocky Sat 30 Sep 2023, 4:07 am

    Exchange rates rise again in Baghdad... 157 thousand for every 100 dollars
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Today, Saturday (September 30, 2023), the exchange rates of the US dollar recorded an increase against the Iraqi dinar in the markets and exchange offices of the capital, Baghdad.
    The "Baghdad Today" correspondent stated, "Dollar prices rose with the opening of the Al-Kifah and Al-Harithiya stock exchanges, recording 157,000 thousand Iraqi dinars for sale for every 100 US dollars."
    He added, "Purchase prices recorded 155,000 thousand Iraqi dinars for every 100 US dollars in money exchangers and markets in the capital, Baghdad."
     
    Source: Baghdad Today
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