Serbian currency hits record low against euro

The Serbian dinar (RSD) is down by 0.2 percent on Monday, setting the official exchange rate at the record low RSD 122.9081 per one euro.

Source: Tanjug

The Serbian currency is down 1.8 percent against the eurozone's single currency compared to a month earlier and 6.0 percent compared to a year earlier, the central bank (NBS) said.

The indicative RSD-U.S. dollar exchange rate is down one percent standing at RSD 109.2655 for one dollar.

Placed against the U.S. currency, the dinar is worth 9.6 percent less than a month ago and 22.8 percent less than a year ago.

In 2015, the Serbian currency touched its highest middle exchange rate level on January 5, when one euro could buy RSD 121.1543, and its lowest on January 14, when the rate stood at RSD 122.8202.

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