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CBI Daily Currency Auction - Wednesday - 15 June 2016


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Announcement No. (3221)

The opening offers the sale and purchase of foreign currency in the window of the Central Bank of Iraq on Wednesday, 15/6/2016 and the results were as follows:


Number of banks 33
Number of remittance companies 17
Auction price selling dinar / US$ 1182
Auction price buying dinar / US$ -----
Amount sold at auction price (US$) 141,099,972
Amount purchased at Auction price (US$) -----
Total offers for buying (US$) 141,099,972
Total offers for selling (US$) -----

1. Quantity sold to banks from the date of 01.04.2016 until 6.15.2016 (14,195,347,765) dollars.
2. Quantity sold to banks from the date of 01.04.2015 until 6.15.2015 (14,
990,827,035 )  dollars.
3. Note that:
    * Sarabie amounts transferred to accounts in banks abroad (1190) dinars per dollar. 
    * Cash sales price (1190) dollars Danarlkl dollars.

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Central bank sales will rise to $ 141 million


 Since 15/06/2016 14:23 pm (Baghdad time)


BAGHDAD - balances News

CBI sales rose on Wednesday, in the auction for the sale of foreign currency to $ 141 million after it sold $ 137 million yesterday.

According to a statement of the bank, it received / balances News / copy of it, "The size of the amount sold today reached 141 million, 99 thousand and $ 972, priced at 1182 dinars exchange rate against the dollar, and with the participation of 33 banks and 17 companies for the fiscal transfer."

He added that "the amount of remittances and credits amounted to 115 million, 869 000 and $ 972, while the quantity sold was 25 million in cash, $ 230 thousand."

The statement said that " the amounts transferred to the accounts of banks selling abroad is priced at 1190 dinars per dollar, andthe cash sales price shall be the price of 1182 dinars per dollar." Ended 29/4 e

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