The price of the euro and the dollar in Algeria today, Tuesday, September 7, 2021

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The price of the euro in Algeria fell during today’s trading, Tuesday, September 7, 2021, in the Central Bank, and in the unofficial (black) market.

The price of the euro at the Central Bank of Algeria reached 161.53 dinars for purchase and 161.58 dinars for sale.

The price of the euro in the parallel market (black) reached 213.55 dinars for purchase and 215.93 dinars for sale.

The dollar and the pound in Algeria

The price of the dollar in Algeria increased at the Central Bank of Algeria, recording 136.16 dinars for purchase and 136.17 dinars for sale.

The price of the dollar in Algeria in the parallel (black) market remained at 180 dinars for purchase, and 182 dinars for sale.

The price of the pound sterling at the Central Bank was 188.48 dinars for purchase, and 188.53 dinars for sale.

The price of the pound sterling in Algeria, on the unofficial (black) parallel market, reached 249.14 dinars for purchase and 251.91 dinars for sale.

The riyal, the dirham and the dinar in Algeria

The price of the Saudi riyal at the Central Bank of Algeria rose to 36.30 dinars for purchase and 36.31 dinars for sale, and in the unofficial (black) parallel market it reached 47.99 dinars for purchase, and 48.53 dinars for sale.

The price of the UAE dirham at the Central Bank of Algeria was 37.06 dinars for purchase, and 37.07 dinars for sale, and the price in the parallel Algerian market (black) was about 49 dinars for purchase and 49.55 dinars for sale.

The price of the Kuwaiti dinar at the Central Bank of Algeria rose to 452.37 Algerian dinars for purchase, and 453.62 Algerian dinars for sale.

While it reached in the unofficial (black) parallel market to record 598.88 dinars for purchase, and 605.54 Algerian dinars for sale.

The economy of Algeria, a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, is heavily dependent on oil and gas, which contributes more than 90% of its total export earnings and 60% of its budget.

Data issued by the National Bureau of Statistics showed that the country’s oil and gas sector achieved a growth of 7.5% in the period between January and March of this year, after a contraction of 13.3% a year ago.





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