Tunisian dinar falls to lowest rate in years - Middle East Monitor
The Tunisian dinar fell to its lowest rate in years trading at 2.83 against the euro and 2.412 against the US dollar. Authorities explained the decline saying that Tunisia did not receive the last instalment from the International Monetary Fund (IMF ...
Tunisia's foreign currency reserves fall to 'weak' levels - Nasdaq
The reason is the unprecedented worsening of the trade deficit and the continued devaluation of the Tunisian dinar," he added. He said the fall in this level of foreign currency reserves is a threat for debt payments, and for basic and energy imports ...altro »
Tunisia's interim finance minister quits over conflict of interests case -radio - Nasdaq
He became acting finance minister in April, replacing Lamia Zribi who had faced criticism from political opponents over the sharp fall in the Tunisian dinar and slow progress in economic reforms. Tunisia's economy has struggled in the six years since ...altro »
Tunisia: Interim finance minister steps down - Medafrica Times
... development investment and international cooperation, took the position in April following the sacking of Lamia Zribi by Prime Minister Youssef Chahed after the minister faced a strong criticism from the opposition over the sharp fall in the ...
Highest currency in Africa 2017 - Top 10 - NAIJ.COM
The Tunisian currency is the second highest currency in Africa. Compared to the Naira, 1 Tunisia Dinar is equivalent to 130 Naira. The Tunisian Dinar exchanges at 2.41 to 1 US Dollar. Libyan Dinar LYD. Libya is the country with the highest currency in ...
Profit up at FCC - KHL Group
Spain's FCC Group is claiming an increase in net profit of 64% in the second quarter of 2017, compared to the first quarter of the year. For the first half of 2017, the figure was €56.5 million, which the company said was a 3.1% increase year-on-year ...
IMF Statement on Tunisia - International Monetary Fund
These dynamics are putting downward pressure on the dinar. Public and external debt increased to 65 percent and 73 percent of GDP, respectively, in June. Slow job creation and limited economic opportunity continue to affect the Tunisian people.altro »
FCC reports profit increase in Q2 - Recycling Today
The Cement area's EBITDA declined by 35.7 percent to €29.6 million, as a result mainly of deconsolidating Giant and, to a lesser extent, of operating performance in Tunisia, where sales declined and the Tunisian dinar depreciated sharply, FCC says.altro »
Tunisia Takes Aim at Sagging Dinar With IMF-Backed Rate Hike - Bloomberg
Tunisia raised its benchmark interest rate to the highest level in about 18 months, as the government looks to stem a decline in the dinar and implement reforms under an IMF loan program. The regulator raised the key rate by 50 basis points to 4.75 ...altro »
Tunisia needs to avoid further deterioration in this year's fiscal deficit: IMF - MENAFN.COM
These dynamics are placing downward pressure on the Tunisian Dinar. Public and external debt has increased to 65 percent in June, 73 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Slow job creation and limited economic opportunities are also continuing to ...altro »