The official foreign exchange charge in opposition to the euro for Monday has been fastened at UAH 32.86 per euro.
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The Nationwide Financial institution of Ukraine (NBU) has set the official foreign exchange charge for September 7 at UAH 27.73 to the U.S. greenback, which made the nation’s nationwide forex weaken by 4 kopiykas.
Read alsoWeek’s balance: Ukraine pays off $2 bln in foreign debt, hryvnia loses positions, while NBU keeps key rate unchangedThe official foreign exchange charge in opposition to the euro for Monday is fastened at UAH 32.86 per euro – the hryvnia misplaced 13 kopiykas in worth since Friday, in line with the NBU website.
The central financial institution has fastened the next official foreign exchange charges of the hryvnia in opposition to key foreign exchange for September 7:
US$100 will likely be quoted at UAH 2,773.25 (UAH 2,769.08 as of September 4);
EUR 100 will likely be quoted at UAH 3,285.89 (UAH 3,273.19 as of September 4).
By 16:00 Kyiv time on September 4, hryvnia quotations in opposition to the greenback on the interbank foreign exchange market settled at UAH 27.71/27.73 to the greenback, whereas these in opposition to the euro had been at UAH 32.72/32.74.
Foreign exchange charge for September 4
The Nationwide Financial institution set the official foreign exchange charge for September Four at UAH 27.69 to the U.S. greenback, which made the country’s national currency weaken by 5 kopiykas.
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