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Central Bank of Iraq Auctions $139,895,918 on 05 November 2017

Central_Bank_of_Iraq_LogoBaghdad (IraqiNews.com) The Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) currency auction on November 5 registered $139,895,918 in sales, a -14.99% volume decline from the US $164,557,444 sold by Iraqi Dinar, credit and transfer at the previous auction held on November 2.

The latest auction was attended by 45 banks and 9 remittance companies. The same institutions attended the auction held on November 5 compared to the previous auction.

Data for the November 5 auction was made public by CBI Announcement Number 3563.

Dollar sales in the in the period January 1, 2017 to November 5, 2017 saw an increase of 0.13% compared to the sales of US $13.9 billion in the same period in 2016. The total amount of US currency sold by CBI in the calendar year 2016 was US $14.55 billion.

An analysis of the monthly dollar sales by CBI since January 2016 reveals highly fluctuating volumes. During the period from January 2016 to November 2017, sales of US dollars averaged US $1.72 billion per month. Peak volumes were reached in May this year when sales touched US $2.3 billion.

YearMonthUS dollar sales in billionsIncrease/(decrease) compared to the previous month
2016January2
2016February2.094%
2016March1.95-7%
2016April1.94-0%
2016May2.098%
2016June1.8-14%
2016December0.4-78%
2017January2.2450%
2017February2-9%
2017March2.15%
2017April1.8-14%
2017May2.328%
2017June0.6-74%
2017July2.2267%
2017August2.1-5%
2017September1-52%
2017October2.2120%
2017November0.2-91%



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