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Manat

A name for a currency in Central Asia. The currencies of both Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan are called the manat. In Azerbaijan, the Soviet ruble was called the manat locally.
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In July, 44.3 percent of assets accounted for the loan portfolio, which grew during the month by 1.5 percent (196.2 million manats).
The price of platinum decreased by 10.0045 manats to 1,438.6930 manats per ounce.
Non-interest income increased by 23.8 percent at the end of the reporting year and amounted to 1.776 million manats. As such, operating revenue for the year amounted to 2.252 million manats, having increased by 2.11 million manats over the year.
The price of platinum decreased by 14.314 manats to 1,424.5405 manats per ounce.
The price of platinum decreased by 8.2705 manats to 1,438.8545 manats per ounce.
The price of platinum decreased by 1.9465 manats to 1,453.1005 manats per ounce.
During the reporting period, the volume of cash at the disposal of banks amounted to nearly 1.404 billion manats. The correspondent accounts at the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) contained 2.165 billion manats, while the funds on nostro accounts (correspondent accounts at other banks) made up 2.731 billion manats.
Last week, the price of one ounce of silver increased by 0.0871 manats or 0.31 percent in Azerbaijan.
The official exchange rate of manat to Russian ruble set by CBA decreased by 0.0001 manats or 0.37 percent.
The Ministry of Taxes of Azerbaijan transferred 3.632 billion manats to the budget (an increase of 7.4 percent).
The price of silver decreased by 0.0128 manats to 26.0386 manats per ounce.