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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Qatar: Currency Hits 19 Year Low, Diplomatic Crisis Deepens

Don't believe in currency wars, huh? - Yosef

Qatari currency hits 19-year low as diplomatic crisis deepens

Published time: 13 Jun, 2017 14:38

© Fadi Al-Assaad

With increasing diplomatic and economic pressure from its Arab neighbors, Qatar’s national currency, the riyal, has reached its lowest exchange rate against the US dollar since 1998.

The Qatar Central Bank is currently trying to keep the riyal fixed at around 3.64 per dollar, but the Saudi-led boycott raises concerns that the regulator will have to weaken the currency.

“I don’t think there is any reason that people need to be concerned about what’s happening or any speculation on the Qatari riyal,” the Emirate’s finance minister, Ali Shareef Al Emadi, said in an interview with CNBC earlier this week.

“We have the assets and the security that we need. Our foreign assets and our foreign investment is more than 250 percent of our GDP. So we are very much comfortable. We know we can defend the currency or we can defend the economy,” he added.

On Tuesday, the Qatari riyal dropped to $3.66, the weakest in 19 years. The currency has been traded below $3.64 for seven consecutive days, the longest period of weakness for the riyal since 1993.

The “unprecedented” speculative pressure on the riyal may last until Doha resolves the dispute with the neighboring states, according to analysts at ING, as quoted by FT.

#qatar qatari riyal plummets to the unknown! against USD #qatar_funds_terrorismpic.twitter.com/glHaDGHBv7— Naif (@Troy_urge) 12 июня 2017 г.
Last week, international rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) cut Qatar’s credit rating after outflows from portfolio investments pulled the riyal down to 11-year lows.

Earlier this week, Fitch warned that “it is becoming more likely that the crisis will be sustained.”
Qatar's credit rating cut over Gulf blockade crisis https://t.co/Ka8ltgqnzu— RT (@RT_com) 8 июня 2017 г.
Last week, a group of Muslim countries led by Saudi Arabia severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing the country of backing terrorist groups. Doha has denied the allegations.

The country’s stock market has plunged around nine percent since the announcement.

Source: RT



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