The National Bank of Kyrgyzstan held the first intervention in September due to the growing U.S. dollar. The official website of the bank reports.
The National Bank sold dollars also in mid-August due to the sharp increase in its rate. Thanks to this, the situation was stabilized, but the American currency began to appreciate again since the last week.
Today, the capital’s exchange offices and commercial banks buy the dollar for 69.5-69.65 soms, and sell —for 69.8-69.9 soms. Nominal rate of the National Bank is 69,6412 soms (0.42 percent growth per day.)