The exchange rates of Arab and foreign currencies continued to rise against the Libyan dinar, during the Libyan parallel market transactions today, Thursday.
The average price of the US dollar was 6.57 dinars, while the euro in Libya recorded about 7.81 dinars.
The price of the pound sterling was 8.65 dinars.
In banks, the dollar’s exchange rate reached 1.36 dinars for sale, compared to 1.35 for purchase, while the euro’s price scored about 1.61 dinars for sale and 1.60 for purchase.
The price of the Tunisian dinar was 2.28 dinars, and the Egyptian pound was stable at 0.39 dinars.
As for the Jordanian dinar, it was recorded at about 8.80 dinars.
18 karat gold scored about 265 dinars and 21 karat about 310 dinars.
The National Oil Corporation in Libya said that it is in the process of contracting with an international company to review and audit its financial systems.
The Corporation revealed that its oil revenues have been seized in the Corporation’s accounts at the Libyan Foreign Bank.
She said that it will not be transferred to the Central Bank until he has transparency about the mechanism for disbursing oil revenues during previous years and about the parties that have benefited from them, which exceeded $ 186 billion in the past nine years.