Economy 2023-05-15T04:57:08+03:00
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Population Buys Currency By USD 6.1 Million More Than They Sold In April

Population Buys Currency By USD 6.1 Million More Than They Sold In April

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In April, the population bought currency by USD 6.1 million more than they sold.

This is stated in the reporting data of the NBU, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

In April, on the cash foreign exchange market, the net purchase of foreign currency by the population exceeded the sale.

In April, Ukrainians sold currencies for USD 62.7 million in equivalent, and bought for USD 68.8 million in equivalent.

Thus, the population bought more currencies than they sold.

On March 8, 2022, the NBU allowed banks to sell foreign currency in cash to customers at bank outlets located in territories under the threat of occupation by Russia (if there is cash in foreign currency / banking metals at the cash desk / bank outlet).

Also, from April 14, the National Bank allowed banks to sell cash foreign currency to the population.

As Ukrainian News Agency reported, in late 2021, the population sold currencies by USD 1,214.7 million more than they bought.

At the end of 2020, the volume of cash currency sales exceeded the purchase volume by USD 1.098 billion.

In 2019, the population sold by USD 177 million more currencies than they bought.