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Yangon AUD Currency Exchange - Myanmar Forum
You' d better switch AUDs in your personal purse switcher ("Not on the street!!!!!!!"). This is one of the changes in Yangon; ( 1) Shwedagon Pagode West Gate, ("Up Escalator"), Yangon. Sule ( 2) Sule (Farmer Media Corner, near Sakura Tower), Sule Pagode Road, Yangon.
If you are visiting the Great Shwedagon pit, it is simple to switch to the Farmer Exchange Counter on the pit.
Dollar exchange rates fall in the domestic arena due to the weak dollar
As a result of the depreciation of the dollar against other major foreign exchange rates, the dollar is losing ground against the Swiss franc on the global notion. Since the second weekend of this current monthly period, the dollar has fallen against the national exchange rates. In Germany, the US dollar exchange rates exceeded EUR 1,356 thousand.
The dollar is initially priced between Ts1,345 and Ts1,347. The purchase of one dollar on January 19 was Ts1,346, while the sales prices on the global markets were Ts1,347 per dollar. Myanmar's central bank has fixed the exchange rates at Ts1.346 per dollar. The dollar prize charged for exports, however, was Ts1,349.
The Kanbawza Bank's sales value per dollar was Ts1,345 and the purchase value Ts1,339. "The devaluation of the dollar has little impact on us. This is because three or four week ago we were importing commodities worth Ts1,360 per dollar and then exporting ready-made goods worth around Ts1,345 per dollar.
There is nothing we can do about the disapproval of the dollar on the global market," he went on. Exportsers suffered about 2008 because the value of the dollar fell to around Ks 300 per dollar. The dollar exchange rates of the preceding year were higher than in the preceding years, while a new high of Ts 1,380 per dollar was reached in 2016.
Downward movements in the dollar on the global economy are tied to a number of elements including price increases, interest rates, term of trades, balance of payments and deficiencies, as well as policy stabilization and output. However, the US dollar has fallen slightly against other major economies. Decreasing bullion and equity exchanges are another cause of the dollar's devaluation.