But now the dollar has started to fall.
The dollar, which had risen to Rs 104, fell six rupees in three days in the carb market or open market.
However, interbank money markets and banks sold dollars at Wednesday’s rates.
However, four inspection teams of Bangladesh Bank have taken to the field in response to the allegation of selling at higher prices.
A review of the market shows that on Tuesday, the price of this world’s strongest currency suddenly jumped above Rs 100 to Rs 104. On Wednesday, it came down to 100 to 102 rupees. On Thursday, it came down further to 96 rupees. Traders say it will decrease further.
Money exchanges in Gulshan-2, Motijheel, Paltan and Baitul Mukarram areas of the capital on Thursday sold retail dollars at Tk 98 to Tk 98, which was also sold at Tk 102 two days ago.
Shahjahan Mia, owner of Metro Money Exchange in Gulshan, said, “I am selling dollars at Tk 98.50 to Tk 98.”
But I didn’t buy dollars today. Today’s market is lower than the last two days. Many people have bought a lot of dollars in the last few days in the hope of making a loss