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Business News of Monday, 21 June 2021

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

Here is how the cedi is performing against major foreign currencies as of June 21

The cedi traded against the dollar at a mid-rate of 5.7512 The cedi traded against the dollar at a mid-rate of 5.7512

• The cedi traded against the dollar at a mid-rate of 5.7512

• Its trade value against the pounds sterling stands at 7.9450 mid-rate

• The Euro, however, went up at a mid-rate of 6.8242


On the interbank board Monday, June 21, 2021, the Ghana Cedi is trading against the dollar at a buying price of 5.7483 and a selling price of 5.7541 as compared to last Friday’s trading of a buying price of 5.7483 and a selling price of 5.7541 to open the 25th trade week of the 2021 fiscal year.

Against the pound sterling, the cedi is trading at a buying price of 7.9407 and a selling price of 7.9493 as compared to last Friday’s trading of a buying price of 8.0040 and a selling price of 8.0126.

The euro is trading at a buying price of 6.8208 and a selling price of 6.8275 as compared to last Friday’s trading of a buying price of 6.8468 and a selling price of 6.8536.

The South African rand is trading at a buying price of 0.4023 and a selling price of 0.4027 as compared to last Friday’s trading of a buying price of 0.4071 and a selling price of 0.4075.

The Nigerian naira is trading at a buying price of 71.2390 and a selling price of 71.3642 as compared to last Friday’s trading of a buying price of 71.3069 and a selling price of 71.3312.

For the CFA, it is trading at a buying price of 96.0757 and a selling price of 96.1701 as compared to last Friday’s trading of a buying price of 95.7098 and a selling price of 95.8049.