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"Clarification of UN and IMF Published Exchange Rates" by Suzi - 5.25.17

Entry Submitted by Suzi at 3:05 PM EDT on May 25, 2017

1. UN Operational Rates of Exchange are generally published twice monthly. The next publication will be May 30th, to take effect on June first.

Link: https://treasury.un.org/operationalrates/default.php

Note that these are for a general (ball park) reference. In other words, if you want the day-to-day fluctuation in prices, ALWAYS go to the Central Bank website of the country in question.

Example: You will note that they show a May 1st rate for the Iraqi Dinar IQD of 1170 per USD.

2. The IMF first of all on its home page has a portal to the SDR rates on a daily basis. We shall have to see in future just how much use of the SDR increases. To my mind, this is somewhat of a murky issue at present, despite some welcoming it as the new international currency, which it technically is not. It has been around for decades, but will it be used a lot more frequently in international commerce and trade?

In addition the IMF posts daily values for currency given to them by the various central banks. Note here that Iraq does not contribute to this list, because technically their central bank is not yet portraying the dinar as being international. The currency still operates under a program rate.

Here is the link to those values: http://www.imf.org/external/np/fin/data/param_rms_mth.aspx

Experiment with the various options here. This data can be useful.

IMO, when negotiating a contract or checking your credit card bill for items bought in other currency and converted to USD, always look directly to the Central Banks’ figures.

That said, both of these websites provide good amalgamations of rates. It is not a bad idea to be looking at these rates daily!!



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