After its decline yesterday … Learn about the price of the dollar against the pound at the beginning of today’s trading, March 4th

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settle down dollar price American, in front of Egyptian PoundIn banks at the beginning of today’s trading, Thursday, March 4, 2021.

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The price of the dollar fell against the Egyptian pound, during yesterday’s transactions, at a value of two piasters in the Egyptian banks of Al-Ahly, Egypt, and Cairo, the Commercial International Bank – Egypt, and a value that ranged between one and three piasters in the Central Bank of Egypt

Today, the price of the US dollar reached 15.62 pounds for purchase, 15.72 pounds for sale, in the Egyptian banks of Al-Ahly, Egypt and Cairo.

The price of the dollar, in the Commercial International Bank – Egypt, was about 15.61 pounds for purchase, 15.71 pounds for sale.

The official price announced by the Central Bank of Egypt, for the dollar, was about 15.60 pounds for purchase, 15.72 pounds for sale, while the average selling price was about 15.62 pounds for purchase, 15.72 pounds for sale.

The price of the US dollar witnessed a state of fluctuation between the high and the low against the pound, during the trading month of February 2021, which tended to decrease compared to the starting price of the month.

The price of the dollar fell against the pound during February trading, at a value that ranged between two and 3 piasters.

The price of the dollar fell against the pound, at a value of two piasters in the Egyptian banks of Al-Ahly, Egypt and Cairo, and a value of 3 piasters at the Commercial International Bank – Egypt, and a value of two piasters in the Central Bank of Egypt.

Globally, the US dollar index closed the week’s trading lower due to the increase in Treasury bond yields due to the intense selling wave in the bond markets, as a result of investors’ distancing from safe-haven assets, and with increased market optimism about the prospects for economic recovery and expectations of an increase in inflation rates.

The euro currency ended the week almost unchanged, and at the same time, the pound sterling rose amid increasing launches and effective distribution of the vaccine, ahead of the announcement last Monday of Boris Johnson’s roadmap for his country’s exit from lockdown.

The MSCI EM Index lost 0.13%, halting its two-week winning streak.





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