Kazakhistani Tenge

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Kazakhistani Tenge

The currency of Kazakhstan. It was issued in 1993, replacing the Soviet ruble. Kazakhstan was one of the last former Soviet republics to issue a new, national currency.
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The authorities will take all necessary measures to prevent sharp fluctuations of tenge and are asking the national companies to support the national currency selling foreign currency, said President Nursultan Nazarbayev at the enlarged government meeting in Astana on Wednesday.
This year 1000 --Tenge banknotes will receive its third first-place award from IBNS while in 2011 Kazakhstan's 10.000- Tenge banknote and in 5000- Tenge banknote in 2012 were the bests of those years.
The state budget received 2,127 billion tenge of payments.
KASE states that, in the morning session, the minimum rate was at 380.30 tenge per US dollar, the maximum - 381.15 tenge, the closing rate was 380.30 tenge per dollar.
The Kazakh National Bank decided to stop maintaining the exchange rate of the national currency tenge at a previous level, to reduce the volume of foreign exchange interventions and to reduce interference with the process of formation of the tenge exchange rate, the bank said on Feb.
The lowest profitability ratio was reported in Kostanay Region - 8.2 percent and it has to do with large and medium companies suffering losses worth 28.4 billion tenge.
Smailov also more than 34 thousand taxpayers repaid the main debt in the amount of 7.6 billion tenge as of April 1, 2019.
These funds will be used for lending to small, medium and large businesses, using existing programs of interbank lending of the Fund "Damu", of which 100 billion tenge for financing SMEs and 100 billion tenge for financing large businesses.
The increase in the marginal price on A- 92 petrol from 110 tenge to 115 tenge per liter is connected with increased values of quotations for Brent which hit $109.65 per barrel.
KASE reports that at the morning trades in US dollars the minimum rate reached 381 tenge per dollar, while the maximum rate amounted to 381.22 tenge and the closing rate totaled 381.05 tenge.