CAIRO – 24 September 2017: The U.S. dollar exchange rate stood stable against the Egyptian pound in Sunday’s morning banking transactions.
The exchange rate of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) for the U.S. dollar recorded LE 17.617 for buying and LE 17.717 for selling, which is nearly the same rate of the latest banking transactions.
The euro exchange rate went slightly up, recording LE 21.13 for buying and LE 21.26 for selling, compared to LE 21.09 for buying and LE 21.22 for selling Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the GBP (British Pound) inched up to LE 23.85 for buying and LE 23.99 for selling, from LE 23.83 for buying and LE 23.97 for selling in the latest banking transactions.
As for the Arab currencies, the Saudi Riyal stabilized at LE 4.697 for buying and LE 4.724 for selling, according to the CBE.
The Kuwaiti dinar went down to LE 58.42 for buying and LE 58.81 for selling, after registering LE 58.45 for buying and LE 58.82 for selling Wednesday. The Emirati Dirham kept its rate at LE 4.79 for selling and LE 4.823 for buying.