Belarus — the fourth in the rate of the dollar

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Belarus ranked fourth among the countries of the former Soviet Union in the growth rate of the official U.S. dollar exchange rate of the national currency in the first four months of 2011. This is evidenced by the analysis conducted by BelaPAN rates on 31 December 2010 and 30 April 2011.

The top five countries where the dollar rose, entered Uzbekistan — here the rate has grown by 3.14% (from 1640 to 1691.57 soums), Tajikistan — by 2.33% (from 4.4031 to 4.5059 TJS), Armenia — by 1.88% (from 363.44 to 370.27 drams), Belarus — by 0.43% (from 3,000 to 3,013 rubles) and Ukraine — by 0.05% (from 7.9617 to 7.9654 hryvnia) .

In Turkmenistan, the dollar has not changed (2.85 manat).

The U.S. currency cheaper in Kyrgyzstan — by 0.68% (from 47.0992 to 46.7766 catfish), Azerbaijan — by 0.79% (from 0.7979 to 0.7916 manat), Kazakhstan — 1.33% ( from 147.50 to 145.54 tenge), Moldova — by 5.06% (from 12.1539 to 11.5386 lei), Georgia — 7.45% (from 1.7728 to 1.6408 GEL), Russia — by 9.76% (from 30.4769 to 27.5022 rubles), Estonia — by 10.09% (from 0.7484 to 0.6729 euro) Lithuania — 10.85% (from 2.6099 to 2.3266 litas) and Latvia — 11.59% (from 0,535 to 0,473 lats).

In the self-proclaimed Dnestr Moldavian Republic, which has its own currency, the dollar rose for the month and the beginning of the year by 0.98% (from 10.2 to 10.3 rubles).

In April, the official dollar rate had decreased to 1.05% (higher than market prices by 20-80%). This is the seventh record after Lithuania (5.23%), Latvia (5.21%), Estonia (4.40%), Georgia (3.82%), Russia (3.26%) and Moldova (3.12% ). Quotation of the U.S. currency also fell in Kyrgyzstan (0.99%), Azerbaijan (0.14%) and Kazakhstan (0.11%) has not changed — in Turkmenistan. Dollar increased in Tajikistan (0.91%), Uzbekistan (0.63%), Armenia (0.16%) and Ukraine (0.07%).

In 2010 Belarus ranked seventh among the countries of the former Soviet Union in the growth rate of the official U.S. dollar exchange rate of the national currency (by 4.79%), and 2009y — first (at 30.14%) in 2008 — ninth (2, 33%).

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