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The Pula appreciated against the US dollar by 1.7 percent

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The Pula depreciated against the Rand (1.0 percent), Euro (0.1 percent) and Pound sterling (0.1 percent) but appreciated against the US dollar (1.7 percent), Chinese yuan (1.5 percent) and Yen (0.9 percent) in November. In the twelve months to November 2017, the Pula depreciated against the Euro (6.8 percent), Pound sterling (3.6 percent) and Chinese yuan (0.4 percent) while appreciating against the US dollar (3.9 percent), Yen (3.4 percent) and Rand (1.8 percent).



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