Cedi hits GH¢7.15 against US dollar as at February 24

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On the Interbank forex rates from the Bank of Ghana today, February 24, 2022, the Ghana Cedi is trading against the dollar at a buying price of 6.4470 and a selling price of 6.4534.

As compared to yesterday’s trading of a buying price of 6.4470 and a selling price of 6.4534. At a forex bureau in Accra, the dollar is being bought at a rate of 6.95 and sold at a rate of 7.15.

Against the Pound Sterling, the Cedi is trading at a buying price of 8.7466 and a selling price of 8.7560 as compared to yesterday’s trading of a buying price of 8.7363 and a selling price of 8.7457.

At a forex bureau in Accra, the pound sterling is being bought at a rate of 9.30 and sold at a rate of 9.52.

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The Euro is trading at a buying price of 7.3016 and a selling price of 7.3082 as compared to yesterdday’s trading of a buying price of 7.2772 and a selling price of 7.2844. At a forex bureau in Accra, Euro is being bought at a rate of 7.75 and sold at a rate of 7.90.

The South African Rand is trading at a buying price of 0.4280 and a selling price of 0.4284 as compared to yesterday’s trading of a buying price of 0.4250 and a selling price of 0.4255. At a forex bureau in Accra, South African Rand is being bought at a rate of 0.30 and sold at a rate of 0.46.

The Nigerian Naira is trading at a buying price of 64.5484 and a selling price of 64.5654 as compared to yesterday’s trading of a buying price of 64.7843 and a selling price of 64.8528. At a forex bureau in Accra, Nigerian Naira is being bought at a rate of 10.50 Naira for every 1 cedi and sold at a rate of around 1 cedi to 30 Naira.

For the CFA, it is trading at a buying price of 96.2887 and a selling price of 96.3835 as compared to Monday’s trading of a buying price of 96.4316 and a selling price of 96.5253. At a forex bureau in Accra, CFA is being bought at a rate of 10.50 CFA for every 1 cedi and sold at a rate of 12.50 CFA for every 1 cedi.

Our forex bureau rates are provided by Afriswap Bureau De Change in Osu, Accra.

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