These rates have been updated 10/10/2019. 10:00 am.
The exchange rate which had been rather stagnant for the last couple of days seems to have started rising again. It seems the black market might be headed towards breaching the $2000 level again soon.
You can see the latest prices for basic goods by clicking here.
If you want to be added to our WhatsApp broadcast list please save our number +263 775 378 769 and then text ‘Add’ to that WhatsApp number. If you don’t save the number you will not get our broadcasts when we publish new content.
To get notified when we post new rates please subscribe using the form below.
RBZ Official Rates 10/10/19
|EXCHANGE RATES -10-10-2019|
Netone Bureau De Exchange rate 10/10/19
STREET/PARALLEL MARKET RATES 09/10/19
|US DOLLARS : REAL TIME GROSS SETTLEMENT (Ecocash)||USD : RTGS||18:70-19.00|
|BRITISH POUND : REAL TIME GROSS SETTLEMENT (Ecocash)||GBP : RTGS||21.00-22.00|
|BRITISH POUND : US DOLLARS||GBP : USD||1.20|
|USD DOLLARS : BOND CASH||USD : BOND||10.10-10.70|
|BOND CASH : REAL TIME GROSS SETTLEMENT (Ecocash)||BOND : RTGS||45.00-60.00|
|US DOLLARS : SOUTH AFRICAN RANDS||USD : ZAR||19.00-19.50|
|*OLD MUTUAL IMPLIED RATE||OMIR : RTGS||26.50|
|RANDS:REAL-TIME GROSS SETTLEMENT(Ecocash)||RAND;RTGS||118-123|
|RANDS: BOND CASH||RAND: BOND||65-70|
The ranges provided in the street rates are due to the differences from trader to trader.
NB: These rates are for indicative purposes only and may differ due to changing market conditions and the amount of the transaction. For current rates please visit your local bank or authorized forex dealer.
ZIMTRENDING, as well as all members of our team, does not participate in the parallel market. We do not trade in foreign currency or advise anyone to do so. We just analyse the apparent parallel market within Zimbabwe. These rates are to be used as a benchmark only should never be quoted as official rates. If you are looking for official rates please consult the RBZ or your registered bank. We have no involvement with the RBZ, banks or any bureau de change’s whatsoever.
*Consult your Bank or the RBZ for the official rate
Other stories you may be interested in: