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    The dollar continues to rise in Baghdad markets and money exchangers

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    The dollar continues to rise in Baghdad markets and money exchangers Empty The dollar continues to rise in Baghdad markets and money exchangers

    Post by Rocky Sat 07 Oct 2023, 4:13 am

    The dollar continues to rise in Baghdad markets and money exchangers
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Dollar prices rose today, Saturday (October 7, 2023), in the markets and exchange offices of the capital, Baghdad, to record a record after a slight decline over the past weeks.
    According to “Baghdad Today” monitoring, the selling prices on the Al-Kifah and Al-Harithiya stock exchanges recorded 158,500 Iraqi dinars for every 100 US dollars, while the prices last Thursday were 156,600 dinars for every 100 dollars.
    While purchasing prices recorded 156,500 Iraqi dinars for every 100 US dollars in the Al-Kifah and Al-Harithiya stock exchanges, and the same in banking shops in the local markets in Baghdad.
    Private banks are accused of taking over the largest part of the currency selling window, especially for the cash dollar, which has become extremely difficult for travelers to obtain, which forces them to buy the dollar from the parallel market, while the travelers’ share of the dollar in these banks goes for the purpose of speculation.
     
    Source: Baghdad Today
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