As of November 4, $1 is sold by Forex Bureaus at GH14.20 and BoG at GH13.01

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As of November 4, 2022, the Ghana Cedi is trading against the dollar at a purchasing price of 13.0017 and a selling price of 13.0147, according to the Bank of Ghana’s Interbank Foreign Exchange Rates.

As of November 4, $1 is sold by Forex Bureaus at GH14.20 and BoG at GH13.01
As of November 4, $1 is sold by Forex Bureaus at GH14.20 and BoG at GH13.01

compared to yesterday’s transaction, which had a purchase price of 13.0009 and a sale price of 13.0159. The exchange rate for buying and selling the dollar in Accra is 13.70 for buying and 14.20 for selling.

The Cedi is currently trading at a purchasing price of 14.5346 and a selling price of 14.5517 against the British pound, as opposed to 14.9026 and 14.9188 from yesterday’s trading.

The exchange rate for buying and selling the pound sterling in Accra is 14.50 and 15.50 respectively.

In comparison to yesterday’s trading, where the Euro was traded at a buying price of 12.8545 and a selling price of 12.8674, it is currently trading at a buying price of 12.6818 and a selling price of 12.6945.

Euro is being purchased at a rate of 12.65 and being sold at a rate of 13.55 at a forex bureau in Accra.

In contrast to yesterday’s trading, when the South African Rand traded at a buying price of 0.7140 and a selling price of 0.7148, it is currently trading at a price of 0.7065 and a price of 0.7071.

South African Rand is being bought at a rate of 0.65 and sold at a rate of 1.10 at a forex bureau in Accra.

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