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See Dollar to Cedi Rate At Bank Of Ghana and Forex Bureaus As Of January 12, 2023

The Bank of Ghana's interbank forex rates for today

The Bank of Ghana’s interbank forex rates for today, January 12, 2023, show that the Ghana Cedi is trading against the dollar at a buying price of 9.0252 and a selling price of 9.0342.

In comparison to yesterday’s trading, where the buying price was 9.0052 and the selling price was 9.0142. The dollar is being bought at 11.75 Ghana cedis and sold at 12.45 Ghana cedis at an Accra forex bureau.

The Cedi is currently trading at a buying price of 10.9611 and a selling price of 10.9739 against the Pound Sterling, compared to a buying price of 10.9359 and a selling price of 10.9487 yesterday.

The pound sterling is being bought at a forex bureau in Accra at a rate of 13.80 and sold at a rate of 14.70.

The Euro is currently trading at a buying price of 9.7181 and a selling price of 9.7286, compared to a buying price of 9.6581 and a selling price of 9.6685 yesterday.

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Euro is bought at a rate of 12.00 and sold at a rate of 12.80 at an Accra forex bureau.

The South African Rand is currently trading at a buying price of 0.5318 and a selling price of 0.5323, compared to a buying price of 0.5278 and a selling price of 0.5282 yesterday.

South African Rand is purchased at a forex bureau in Accra at a rate of 0.60 and sold at a rate of 1.00.

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The Nigerian Naira is currently trading at a buying price of 51.0061 and a selling price of 51.0903, compared to a buying price of 51.1604 and a selling price of 51.2115 yesterday.

Nigerian Naira is purchased at a forex bureau in Accra at a rate of 12.50 Naira for every 1 Cedi and sold at a rate of 17.50.

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