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Foreign Exchange Auctions (FEA)
Foreign Exchange Auctions were introduced in November 2008 as one of the instruments used by the Central Bank for foreign exchange and monetary operations. This facility allows for the purchase and sale of foreign currency by the Central Bank for the purpose of external reserves and liquidity management.
Weighted Average (FEA) Rates
|21.02.2017 AM||22.02.2017 AM||24.02.2017 AM|
|CBS Buying USD||13.7800||13.7800||13.7800|
|CBS Buying Euro||-||-||-|