The pound rose 4 piasters at the end of Monday’s trading

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The exchange rate of the pound sterling against the Egyptian pound rose, at the end of trading today, Monday, by 4 piasters, compared to the price of yesterday, Sunday.

According to what was announced by the Central Bank of Egypt, the price of the sterling pound against the Egyptian pound reached 21.35 pounds for purchase and 21.49 pounds for sale, compared to 21.31 pounds for purchase and 21.45 pounds for sale yesterday.

 

Lowest price for the pound sterling

 

And the lowest price of the pound sterling against the Egyptian pound was recorded in the Arab Investment Bank, with a value of 21.05 pounds for purchase and 21.3 pounds for sale, and the second lowest price of the pound sterling in the Housing and Development Bank reached 21.22 pounds for purchase and 21.49 pounds for sale.

And came in third place the lowest price of the pound sterling in Med Bank, recording 21.24 pounds for purchase and 21.55 pounds for sale.

The price of the sterling pound rose by 3 piasters in the National Banks of Kuwait NBK, Credit Agricole and First Abu Dhabi, recording 21.27 pounds for purchase and 21.52 pounds for sale.

 

Highest rate for the pound sterling.

 

And the highest price recorded by the pound sterling against the Egyptian pound reached the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, recording 21.34 pounds for purchase and 21.55 pounds for sale.

The second highest price for the pound sterling came in the Egyptian Export Development Bank, recording 21.33 pounds for purchase and 21.54 pounds for sale.

And the price of the pound sterling against the Egyptian pound in Emirates Bank, Dubai, reached the third highest price, recording 21.33 pounds for purchase and 21.53 pounds for sale.

The price of the pound sterling against the Egyptian pound in the Mashreq, Audi, The United Bank, HSBC, Al-Ahly United and Al-Baraka banks recorded 21.32 pounds for purchase and 21.55 pounds for sale.

The article, the pound sterling, rose 4 piasters at the end of Monday’s trading, was written in the Al Borsa newspaper.