During the previous week, the Central Bank of Iraq sold more than 800 million dollars in hard cash to the US dollar.
According to a Shafaq News Agency correspondent, the Central Bank sold 883 million and 860 thousand and 97 dollars during the previous week and for the four days that the auction was open, at a daily rate of 220 million and 965 million and 24 dollars, which was lower than what it recorded last week, which was one billion and 48 million 170 thousand and 594 dollars.
The largest dollar sales occurred on Wednesday, when they totaled 222 million, 559 thousand, and 204 dollars, while the lowest sales occurred on Thursday, when they totaled 219 million, 157 thousand, and 204 dollars.
Our reporter said that sales of overseas remittances during the previous week were 801 million 30 thousand and 97 dollars, a 90% increase above cash sales of 82 million 830 thousand dollars.
Our correspondent explained that the sales were made in the form of cash and transfers abroad to finance foreign trade, while the selling price of documentary credits and international settlements for electronic cards was 1,305 dinars per dollar, and the selling price of transfers abroad and cash was 1,310 dinars per dollar.