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The dollar exchange rates in Iraq

Category: Economy

Date: 2020-09-09T08:17:28+0000
The dollar exchange rates in Iraq

Shafaq News / The dollar exchange rates stabilized in the Iraqi market today, Wednesday (September 9, 2020).

             The Kifah Stock Exchange recorded 123,100 dinars, for $ 100.

             The Al-Harthiya Stock Exchange recorded 123,100 dinars for 100 dollars.

In Baghdad

Selling prices in the banking stores in the local markets

•Sale price:  123,500 dinars for $ 100

·        Purchase price: 122,500 dinars for $ 100

In Erbil

  •Sale price:  123,500 dinars for $ 100

·        Purchase price: 123,300 dinars for $ 100


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