Currency exchange rate dips to two-week low

Romania's Central Bank (BNR) indicated a reference exchange rate of 4.1974 lei per euro today, down 0.75 percent over yesterday, the lowest level of the past two weeks, after significant sales of foreign currency in the region, as some foreign lenders opened positions, NewsIn informs.

BNR posted a reference exchange rate of 4.2290 lei per euro yesterday.

The single European currency was traded for 4.2140 lei this morning and inched to 4.2 after the first transactions. The exchange rate idled at 4.19 for a while and at 1:30 p.m., banks were buying an euro with 4.1915 lei and selling it for 4.1985 lei.

In the region, the Polish zloty hiked from 4.485 to 4.4175 versus the euro, while the Hungarian forint gained from 293.3 to 290.5 over the euro.

BNR's reference exchange rate also shows a 2.41 percent climb for the national currency versus the American dollar, to 3.1692 lei per dollar, from 3.2476 in the previous session.

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