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190 Pesos In The Informal Market; 124.80 Officer


The US dollar increased its value this Sunday and reached 190 CUP in the Cuban informal market, In increments of three pesos over the previous day’s estimated price,

In just 24 hours, the US currency rose from an average of 187 CUP this Saturday to 190 pesos in the informal forex market, according to the representative rate of the informal forex market in Cuba, which is drawn by the daily. media independent Touch,

In the case of a freely convertible currency (MLC), This Sunday it reached 186 cupsWhile the price of the euro also rose by three points compared to the day before, reaching 188 cups,

In the case of State Exchange Houses (CADECA), the rate of 1 dollar x 123.60 CUP is maintained. cybercuba The data on exchange rates for both markets on the island for this September 24 is attached below.

CADECA. Official exchange market in Cuba by

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Exchange rates established by CADECA at airports, hotels and seaports

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Representative rates of the informal forex market in Cuba

Source: The Touch

Unofficial sell prices this September 24 set a new record for the above foreign currencies in Cuba.

independent media Touch Reports representative rates of the unofficial Forex market in Cuba every day.

The data is obtained after analyzing the median of prices published in advertisements for the sale of foreign currencies on social networks and classified sites in Cuba.

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