EghtesadOnline: Exchange shops in Tehran on Saturday sold the US dollar at 133,500 rials, which was up 2.7%, or 3,500 rials, compared to previous working day's close.
EghtesadOnline: Price of the US dollar rose 2.45%, or 2,950 rials, on Tuesday to reach 123,480 rials in the Tehran market.
EghtesadOnline: Departing European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will leave a conflicting legacy after chairing his final governing council meeting on Thursday, credited with saving the euro but dividing the institution with his easy-money policy.
EghtesadOnline: The outgoing president of the European Central Bank has called on euro countries to commit to further integration in what is a controversial and divisive topic among the 19 nations.
EghtesadOnline: Euro and the Chinese yuan topped the Central Bank of Iran's list of subsidized currencies allocated for imports in the past 13 months, with USD at the bottom of the list.
EghtesadOnline: Foreign exchange rates gained on the Tehran currency market on Sunday for the first time after a period of stability with the dollar again crossing the resistance level of 140,000 rials. In late afternoon, the greenback traded at 144,000 rials. The euro changed hands for 166,000 rials, up from the previous day's 159,000 rials.
EghtesadOnline: The currency market in Tehran stabilized further on Sunday with the USD exchange rate dropping below the support level of 140,000 rials. The greenback was traded for 138,000 rials on the open market to post the fourth straight decline. The Euro changed hands for 160,000 rials -- down from 162,400 at the outset of trade.
EghtesadOnline: Foreign exchange rates were again defiant and continued to climb on Tuesday with the US dollar surpassing the all-time high of 160,000 rials.
EghtesadOnline: The US dollar has been completely eliminated from trade deals conducted between Iran and Iraq due to US sanctions and the neighboring countries have shifted toward the euro and national currencies, the head of Iran-Iraq Chamber of Commerce said.
EghtesadOnline: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Ankara’s readiness to refuse dollars and euros in the country’s trade with partners, including Iran.