Ukraine's hryvnia weakens to UAH 27.09 to U.S. dollar on July 14

The official forex rate against the euro for Tuesday is fixed at UAH 30.69 per euro.

Photo from UNIAN

Photo from UNIAN

The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on July 13 set the official forex rate for July 14 at UAH 27.09 to the U.S. dollar, which made the country's national currency weaken by 14 kopiykas.

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The official forex rate against the euro for Tuesday is fixed at UAH 30.69 per euro – the hryvnia lost 29 kopiykas in value since Monday.

The central bank has fixed the following official forex rates of the hryvnia against key foreign currencies for July 14:

US$100 will be quoted at UAH 2,708.83 (UAH 2,695.05 as of July 13);

EUR 100 will be quoted at UAH 3,068.70 (UAH 3,039.88 as of July 13).

As UNIAN reported earlier, the National Bank set the official forex rate of the hryvnia for Monday, July 13, at UAH 26.95 to the U.S. dollar, which made the country's national currency weaken by two kopiykas.

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