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Afghani goes up against US dollar

The value of the Afghani currency has picked up pace after months of considerable decline. The uncertain political situation and the prolonged elections process had hit Afghani hard as investors were hesitant to bring in capital in the country. Other

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DAB sells USD 36mn to Afghan money exchangers

The Central Bank of Afghanistan, Da Afghanistan Bank, sold a total of USD 36mn to Afghan money exchangers at Sarai Shahzada and private banks at an exchange rate of between 54.93 and 54.95. Sarai Shahzada is Afghanistan’s largest and historical

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DAB sells USD 31mn to Afghan money exchangers

The Central Bank of Afghanistan, Da Afghanistan Bank, sold a total of USD 31mn to Afghan money exchangers at Sarai Shahzada at an exchange rate of 54.22 to 54.55. Sarai Shahzada is Afghanistan’s largest and historical financial and trading market.

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Afghan Central Bank sells USD 20mn to Afghan Money Exchangers

Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB), Afghanistan’s Central Bank, sold USD 20mn to Afghan Money Exchangers on 16 March 2013, according to Sarai Shahzada. The aforementioned amount was sold at an exchange rate between 53.24 AFN and 53.29 AFN. Sarai Shahzada is

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Central bank sells USD 21mn to Afghan money exchangers

According to Sarai Shahzada, the central bank of Afghanistan (Da Afghanistan Bank-DAB) sold USD 21mn to Afghan money exchangers on 12 March 2013. The amount was sold at an exchange rate between 53.701 and 53.73. Sarai Shahzada is Afghanistan’s largest

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Afghanistan’s central bank sells US dollars to Afghan money exchangers

Afghanistan’s Central Bank, Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB), sold USD 27,500,000 to Afghan money exchangers on 09 March 2013, reported Sarai Shahzada. The dollar was sold at a rate of between 53.80 and 53.83. Sarai Shahzada is Afghanistan’s largest and historical

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Forged money flooding Kabul markets

A number of residents and moneyexchangers have expressed their concerns about the rising circulation of counterfeit money in the market. Many moneyexchangers have given up their business as a result of increase in the printing of forged 500 and 1000

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Central Bank sells US dollars to Afghan money exchangers

According to the money exchangers at Sarai Shehzada, the Afghanistan Central Bank (Da Afghanistan Bank) sold USD 2,400,000 to the money exchangers at an exchange rate of between 51.921- 51.94 today, Tuesday, 5th of February. This comes after the Central

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