The dollar continues its rise against the Tunisian dinar. The greenback has reached a new historic high on the interbank market.
According to the daily rates published by the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT), the greenback trades against a record of 3.251 dinars on the interbank market.
Globally, the dollar is celebrating since Wednesday night’s the Fed’s verdict on the extent of the increase in its key rate. This decision galvanizes the dollar, which has already exploded upwards this summer.
It should be noted that the exchange rate of the dinar has depreciated by 12% against the dollar as the greenback traded, January 03, 2022, against 2.901 dinars on the interbank market.