On Monday night, Nov. 26, Ukrainian banks began massively inflating quotations for the sale of currency in cash – some of the "prices" for the US dollar jumped 1 UAH per day.
Then at night, the dollar in the 29.1 UAH was sold by Bank Dnepr Bank. In 28.8 UAH, Alpha-Bank, Ukrsotsbank, Prominvestbank offered American currency, Universalbank, Credit Agricole Bank, at 28.7 UAH, writes the finclub portal profile.
At the same time, the dollar purchase rate remained low, for example, 28 UAH / $ from Alfa-Bank or Prominvestbank. The spread of the purchase and sale rates was around 3%, for example, of Bank Dnepr Bank, the spread was 90 kopecks.
The euro also began to rise sharply in Credit Dnepr Bank – up 33.2 UAH, Alfa-Bank, Ukrsotsbank – 32.85 UAH, Universal Bank – 32.8 UAH, Prominvestbank – 32.75 UAH, Credit Agricole Bank – 32, 7 UAH.
But not all banks provoked currency uncertainties. Oschadbank was still selling dollars at UAH 28.05, and Privatbank – at UAH 28.2. The euro "price" in Oschadbank stands at 31.9 UAH, and in Privatbank – 32.2 UAH.
According to the website kurs.com.ua, in the black market, the dollar rose 80.6 kopeks – to 28,70 UAH / $, and the euro – from 96.8 kopeks, to 32.61 UAH / €.
The official rate of the NBU, which is based on interbank transactions, shows a slight increase and is still below the UAH 28 / $ level. On Tuesday, the NBU increased only 10 kopeks – 27.89 UAH / $, and the euro rose 15 kopeks – to 31,70 UAH / €.
Earlier, consulting partner Atlant Finance, Yuri Netesanny, said in a commentary Business NV, that certain nervousness in the market is really linked to the introduction of martial law. Companies that have a hryvnia, they want to exchange it for currency. However, according to company forecasts, the rate will remain in the corridor from 27.70-28.20 UAH / $, possibly will be adjusted in the range of 28-28.5 UAH / $.
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