Iranian currency rates for April 23


BAKU: The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) posted an official foreign currency rate on April 23, Trend reports.

Based on the bank’s currency exchange rate, 16 currency prices grew while 22 fell from April 22.

As for CBI, $1 equals 42,000 Iranian rials, and one euro equals 44,718 rials. On April 22, one euro was 44,700 rials.

In Iran, the official exchange rate is used for the import of some essential products.

The CBI established the SANA system, which values one euro at 467,369 rials and $1 at 438,962 rials.

NIMA is a scheme for selling a percentage of the foreign money earned from exports.

The price of one euro in this system amounted to 436,287 rials, and the price of $1 was 409,769 rials.

On the black market, $1 is worth about 649,000-652,000 rials, while one euro is about 691,000-694,000 rials.

Source: Trend News Agency

Iran and Pakistan nod at broader links


BAKU: On the sidelines of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi’s visit to Pakistan, Iranian and Pakistani officials signed eight documents on cooperation in various fields on April 22 in the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad, Trend reports.

It is reported that, Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif attended the signing ceremony for the cooperation documents.

According to the information, documents were signed to establish free trade zones at joint border crossings, cooperation in the film and media sector, cooperation in the field of veterinary medicine, cooperation in the field of security, cooperation and social security, cooperation in the field of standardization, cooperation in the field of legal affairs, and judicial assistance in civil and commercial affairs.

To note, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi left for Pakistan on a two-day visit.

Source: Trend News Agency

Iranian currency rates for April 22


BAKU: The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) posted an official foreign currency rate on April 22, Trend reports.

Based on the bank’s currency exchange rate, nine currency prices grew while 20 fell from April 21.

As for CBI, $1 equals 42,000 Iranian rials, and one euro equals 44,700 rials. On April 21, one euro was 44,771 rials.

In Iran, the official exchange rate is used for the import of some essential products.

The CBI established the SANA system, which values one euro at 465,364 rials and $1 at 437,250 rials.

NIMA is a scheme for selling a percentage of the foreign money earned from exports.

The price of one euro in this system amounted to 432,294 rials, and the price of $1 was 408,057 rials.

On the black market, $1 is worth about 646,000-649,000 rials, while one euro is about 689,000-692,000 rials.

Source: Trend News Agency

Iran’s Bahar Azadi gold coin decreases in price


BAKU: The new edition of Iran’s Bahar Azadi gold coin was sold for 431 million rials (about $10,261) on April 20, decreasing from 449 million rials (about $10,690) on April 18, the Iran Jewellery Association’s web portal said, Trend reports.

Meanwhile, the prior edition of the coin was sold for 401 million rials (about $9,547).

The other versions of the new Bahar Azadi gold coin (different in weight and content) include 1/4 Bahar Azadi gold coins and 1/2 Bahar Azadi gold coins.

A 1/2 gold coin was sold for about 255 million rials (about $6,071), and a 1/4 gold coin was sold for about 155 million rials (about $3,690).

The price of one gram of 18-karat gold stood at 36.9 million rials (about $878).

To note, the coins appeared in Iran following the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1979. The Central Bank of Iran issued the coins, making them available for wholesale and retail sales.

The old gold coins were minted between 1979 and 1991, following which the bank issued new ones.

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Iranian currency rates for April 20


BAKU: The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) posted an official foreign currency rate on April 20, Trend reports.

Based on the bank’s currency exchange rate, 18 currency prices grew while 17 fell from April 18.

As for CBI, $1 equals 42,000 Iranian rials, and one euro equals 44,752 rials. On April 18, one euro was 44,701 rials.

In Iran, the official exchange rate is used for the import of some essential products.

The CBI established the SANA system, which values one euro at 464,196 rials and $1 at 435,651 rials.

NIMA is a scheme for selling a percentage of the foreign money earned from exports.

The price of one euro in this system amounted to 433,090 rials, and the price of $1 was 406,459 rials.

On the black market, $1 is worth about 661,000-664,000 rials, while one euro is about 705,000-708,000 rials.

Source: Trend News Agency

Iranian currency to world currency rates for April 16


BAKU: The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) posted an official foreign currency rate on April 16, Trend reports.

Based on the bank’s currency exchange rate, 21 currency prices grew, while 17 fell from April 15.

As for CBI, $1 equals 42,000 Iranian rials, and one euro equals 44,703 rials. On April 15, one euro was 45,725 rials.

In Iran, the official exchange rate is used for the import of some essential products.

The CBI established the SANA system, which values one euro at 463,719 rials and $1 at 435,677 rials.

NIMA is a scheme for selling a percentage of the foreign money earned from exports.

The price of one euro in this system amounted to 432,646 rials, and the price of $1 was 406,483 rials.

On the black market, $1 is worth about 665,000-668,000 rials, while one euro is about 708,000-711,000 rials.

Source: Trend News Agency