Prices of the dollar, the euro and gold in Libya today,...

Prices of the dollar, the euro and gold in Libya today,...
Prices of the dollar, the euro and gold in Libya today,...
The exchange rates of most foreign and Arab currencies recorded a decrease against Libyan dinar In the parallel market trading on Monday, with the exception of the US dollar, which witnessed a slight increase, and prices decreased slightly from yesterday’s levels in the Central Bank of Libya.

The most traded foreign exchange rates in Libya were as follows.

The price of the US dollar was about 6.06 dinars.

As for the price of the euro in Libya, it recorded about 7.10 dinars.

The price of the pound sterling in Libya was about 7.75 dinars.

Arab currency rates in Libya

Among the Arab currencies in circulation strongly in Libya, the Tunisian dinar came to record 2.22 dinars.

The price of the Egyptian pound settled at 0.38 dinars.

As for the Jordanian dinar, it was about 8.55 dinars.

The official rate of euros and dollars

The exchange rate of the dollar in the Central Bank of Libya recorded about 1.36 dinars for sale and 1.36 for purchase, while the price of the euro scored about 1.61 for sale and 1.60 for purchase.

On the prices of gold and silver in the Libyan dinar:

The record of 18-carat gold … 268 Libyan dinars.

While the silver break scored 3.75 Libyan dinars.

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