CBI announces decline in USD sales during Monday auction session [10/14/2013]

cbi announces decline in usd sales during monday auction session CBI announces decline in USD sales during Monday auction session [10/14/2013]

Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The Central Bank of Iraq announced a decline in the dollar sales on Monday auction session compared with the auction session of Sunday where the US Dollar sales reached USD (227,000,000).The CBI reported in statement received by IraqiNews.com ”During the auction session of Monday, the CBI sold USD (221,570,000) at a price of (1166) with the participation of (20) banks.””The price of the US Dollar cash sale reached (1179) including the commission deducted by the CBI while the price of bank transfers reached (1171),” the statement added.”The CBI will continue selling USD in return to (1166) Iraqi dinar along with same commission,” the statement concluded.Statistics prepared by IraqiNews.com regarding the USD sales of the CBI revealed selling USD (5,275,645,000) during September which is an increase comparing to USD sales during August where it reached (4,563,000,751). \END\

One Response to "CBI announces decline in USD sales during Monday auction session [10/14/2013]"

  1. Jerome T Sanders  October 20, 2013 at 9:53 pm

    I have been buyng Dinar in anticipation of the Dinar being re-valued at some point but I, and the people I talk with are becoming not interested since we only hear how the Iraq economy is going along as if this is unimportant. will you give me some Idea as to whe , or if the revaluation is going to happen?

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