The dollar continues to decline against the dinar.. the continued depreciation of the exchange rate in Baghdad


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 2022-02-20 07:19A-AA+

Shafaq News/ Hours after the opening of the Baghdad market declined on Sunday, the exchange rates of the US dollar against the Iraqi dinar continued to decline, on the main stock exchange in the capital, Baghdad. 

Shafak News Agency correspondent said that the Central Kifah and Al-Harithiya Stock Exchange in Baghdad registered at 3 pm this evening 144,300 Iraqi dinars, compared to 100 US dollars.

While the dollar exchange rates recorded this morning in Baghdad 145,400 Iraqi dinars, compared to 100 US dollars.

Our correspondent indicated that buying and selling prices decreased in banking shops in the local markets in Baghdad, where the selling price amounted to 143500 Iraqi dinars per 100 US dollars, while the purchase prices amounted to 145500 Iraqi dinars per 100 US dollars.

The owners of the exchange offices in Baghdad confirmed earlier today, Sunday, that they had expanded the difference between buying and selling to ten figures, and while they demanded the Central Bank to determine its position on the process of changing the price of the dollar, an economist considered that the fluctuation in the price of the dollar led to a recession in markets.

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