For ten days, the European currency fell in price by 1.5 soms at once in Kyrgyzstan, and for the first time in the past year, its exchange rate fell below 80 soms.
The capital’s exchange offices and commercial banks buy the euros for 78.8-79.1 soms, and sell — for 79.4-79.9 soms. Ten days ago, its exchange rate was 81.4 soms. The nominal rate of the National Bank is 78,9465 soms (an increase of 0.02 percent per day).
Following the euro, the U.S. dollar and the Russian ruble also lost their positions.
The U.S. dollar has fallen in price since the beginning of the week by 10 tyiyns. It is bought for 68.1-68.2 soms, and sold — for 68.35-68.4 soms. Dollar’s nominal rate is 68,3076 soms (0.02 percent fall for a day).
The exchange rate of the Russian ruble became almost equal to the Kyrgyz som. It is sold for 1.06-1.07 soms, and bought — for 1.08 soms. For a week, the ruble lost 2 tyiyns in price. But the nominal rate of the Russian currency increased by 0.68 percent — to 1,0737 soms — over the past day.