Ukrainians sell US$48.6 mln more currency than they buy in May

The sales have been exceeding the purchases for the sixth month in a row.



Sales of cash foreign currency by Ukrainians through the banking system, which were estimated at US$908.8 million, exceeded the purchases by US$48.6 million in May 2020.

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Sales of foreign currency have been exceeding the purchases for the sixth consecutive month, according to the website of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).

Ukrainian citizens in January-May 2020 sold US$570.9 million more in cash foreign currency through the banking system than they bought.

As UNIAN reported earlier, sales of foreign currency by the Ukrainian population in 2019 amounted to US$14.943 billion, which was US$176.8 million up on purchases.

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