Nicaragua: closing price of the euro today June 25 from EUR to NIO

Nicaragua: closing price of the euro today June 25 from EUR to NIO
Nicaragua: closing price of the euro today June 25 from EUR to NIO

The euro is one of the most widely circulated currencies in the country. (Infobae)

He euro quoted at closing 39.25 Nicaraguan córdobas on averagewhich represented a change of 1.13% when compared to the previous session’s value of 38.81 córdobas.

In the last seven days, the euro accumulates a decrease in 0.12%%; but in the last year it still maintains an increase in 1.78%.

In relation to the variations of this day with respect to past days, the tables turned with respect to the previous day, in which it marked a decrease of 0.09%, proving incapable of establishing a stable trend in recent days. The volatility figure is slightly higher than the data obtained for the last year (9.33%), presenting itself as an asset with greater variations than the general trend indicates.

For this 2024 the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) from Nicaragua will be 2.1%, according to the economic growth projection issued by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). The projection is lower than the previous year’s, which was placed at 2.4% of GDP, one position below Mexico.

He Central Bank of Nicaragua (BCN) projected a sustained growth in the global context of the slowdown of the economy, as well as geopolitical uncertainty, supported by macroeconomic policies.

The estimate of growth of economic activity of the BCN for 2024 is between 3.5% and 4.5%, improving by 0.5% compared to 2023, with the expectation that it will be maintained throughout the year, while the inflation concentrates between 3.0% and 4.0% under the context of international inflation.

He Córdoba is the monetary unit of legal use in Nicaragua and is abbreviated NIO; It is divided into 100 cents and its transit is controlled by the Central Bank of that country.

The coin takes its name in honor of the second surname of the Spanish conqueror, Captain Francisco Hernández de Córdoba, who also founded the cities of Granada and León.

The córdoba was created on August 25, 1908, under the mandate of then president Adolfo Díaz, who issued a 10 córdoba coin that replaced the peso. The new currency had a value of 5 córdobas per pound sterling at the time.

On November 13, 1931, the córdoba began to be quoted at a parity rate of 1.10 córdobas per US dollar, but after several devaluations this changed to 7 córdobas per US dollar between 1946 and April 1979.

It was not until 1991 when the government in power launched a successful monetary stabilization plan which managed to stop the hyper devaluation and achieved price, exchange and monetary stability. Starting in January 1993, the country moved to the mini-devaluation system, which since 2019 has been 3% annually.

In the economic sector, Nicaragua has registered significant falls. In 2018 and 2019, the Gross Domestic Product had decreases of -3.7% and in 2020 of -2%, however, significant increases followed in 2021 and 2022.

In recent reports, the World Bank has also estimated that under the government of Daniel Ortega poverty increased by 13% in 2022.

Another of the great challenges that Nicaragua faces this year is that the country continues to be one of the least developed in Latin America, where having access to basic services is a challenge; as well as the havoc caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Added to this context is that the country is immersed in a major political crisis which has led to Daniel Ortega to assume his fifth term in 2022.

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