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Dinar again strengthens against euro

24. January 2011. | 15:30

Source: Tanjug

In 2011, the Serbian currency was the strongest on January 19 (104.2150), and weakest on January 6 (106.4947).

The dinar has strengthened by 19 paras on Monday, setting the official middle exchange rate at RSD 104.7584 per euro, the National Bank of Serbia released.

In 2011, the Serbian currency was the strongest on January 19 (104.2150), and weakest on January 6 (106.4947).

The central bank bought EUR 5 million in the interbank foreign exchange market on January 17, to ease the excessive daily volatility of the exchange rate.

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