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Fri, 07 Aug 2020 11:59 - Updated Fri, 07 Aug 2020 11:59

BNA provides USD 600 million for sale

Luanda - At least USD 600 million is the amount the National Bank of Angola (BNA) has for sale by price auction for August and September this year.

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US dollar bank notes

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BNA building

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The financial institution announced this in its website, adding that another amount of USD 300 will be available for sale in September.

Each session, the BNA discloses the available amount, the number of participants, the maximum and minimum exchange rates allowed, as well as the average exchange rate resulting from the session. 

Last July, the BNA made available USD 300 million for sale.

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