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NBU boosts net currency sales on interbank market almost 3 times to record-breaking USD 873 million this year

NBU boosts net currency sales on interbank market almost 3 times to record-breaking USD 873 million this year

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The National Bank of Ukraine increased the net sale of currency on the interbank foreign exchange market in the period from September 11 to 15 by 2.9 times week over week to a record-breaking USD 873.06 million this year.

This follows from a statement by NBU data, the Ukrainian News agency reports.

During the reporting week, the NBU bought USD 0.05 million, while it sold USD 873.106 million.

The NBU did not buy or sell euros last week.

Since the beginning of the year, the NBU bought USD 195.88 million and sold USD 18,021.80 million on the interbank market.

The NBU has not bought or sold euros since the beginning of the year.

As the Ukrainian News agency earlier reported, in 2022, the NBU bought USD 3,267.95 million and EUR 110.97 million on the interbank market and sold USD 26,380.59 million and EUR 1,789.11 million.

In 2021, the NBU bought USD 3,690.7 million and sold USD 1,275.7 million on the interbank foreign exchange market.

In 2020, the NBU bought USD 4,929 million and sold USD 3,891 million on the interbank foreign exchange market.

On July 21, the NBU adjusted the official hryvnia exchange rate by 25% to UAH 36.5686/USD.

From August 6, 2022, the NBU canceled the restriction, according to which banks and non-banking institutions had to buy cash currency from the population at a rate no lower than the official one.

The NBU allowed banks to sell more currency to the public.

Thus, from September 6, the amount of cash currency that the bank can offer to the population will include the entire amount of non-cash currency purchased by it from April 13, 2022, instead of half of it.

 

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