Has risen dollar price The US dollar, slightly against the Egyptian pound, in banks operating in the local market, during today’s trading, Monday, June 21, 2021.
The price of the US dollar increased, with a value of one piaster against the Egyptian pound, in the National Bank of Egypt, Egypt, Cairo, and the Commercial International Bank – Egypt.
Today, the price of the US dollar recorded about 15.59 pounds for purchase, 15.69 pounds for sale, in the National Bank of Egypt, Egypt and Cairo.
At the Commercial International Bank – Egypt, the price of the dollar reached about 15.61 pounds for purchase, and 15.71 pounds for sale.
The official price announced by the Central Bank of Egypt, for the dollar, was about 15.58 pounds for purchase, 15.71 pounds for sale, while the average selling price was about 15.59 pounds for purchase, 15.69 pounds for sale.
Globally, the movement of the US dollar index calmed at the beginning of the week in anticipation of the US jobs report and CPI data on Thursday, while the index also tracks the movements of US bond yields.
The dollar initially reacted muted to the stronger-than-expected data, but rose in trading on Friday due to a slight rise in Treasury yields.
The Euro fell -0.48% and investors ignored the ECB’s raising of its inflation and growth expectations as the European Central Bank reaffirmed its commitment to stimulus packages.
Sterling also fell -0.35% after increasing fears of delaying the country’s reopening due to the rapid spread of the “Delta” coronavirus mutation in the UK.
The currency came under additional pressure after the resurgence of tensions between the European Union and the United Kingdom over the movement of goods through Northern Ireland.
Gold prices fell -0.74%, ending the week under the $1,900 level once again, after the dollar’s recent rally on Friday and recorded the majority of losses on the last trading day.