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Uganda shilling weakens against dollar & other currencies
 
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The Ugandan shilling has continued to weaken against the US Dollar and other major currencies. The volatile exchange rate has left the local business community concerned. Michael Baleke has that report.
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Ugandan Currency - Shilling
 
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"Want to know the currency in Uganda? Visit http://currencyname.com/uganda to learn more about Ugandan currency and the latest exchange rates. What currency to use in Uganda? The Ugandan currency is the Shilling. What is the symbol for Ugandan Shilling? The Ugandan Shilling symbol is Ush. What is the Ugandan currency ISO code? The ISO code for Ugandan currency is UGX. What are the frequently used notes in Uganda? The Ugandan currency notes consist of 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000 shillings. What are the frequently used coins in Uganda? The Ugandan currency coins consist of 10, 50, 100, 200, 500 shillings."
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Forex Rates
 
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The Money Of Uganda - Coins, Currency & Prices
 
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Forex Exchange In Uganda
 
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Forex Exchange Rates Uganda
 
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Forex Exchange Rates Uganda
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Ugandan Shilling continues steady depreciation
 
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The central Bank has kept away from intervening in the foreign exchange market even as the shilling continued depreciating against the US dollar. In the days prior to this, the Central Bank has been buying despite the depreciation. What does this portend for the local currency if the central bank stays away from the market? For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Foreign exchange traders suffer from slow economy and falling demand
 
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Business in the foreign exchange market has dipped further by more than half, with sector sources suggesting daily transactions now at average of $4M (Shs14.4B) down from approximately $10M (Shs36B) 18 months ago. The forex bureaux are blaming a huge reduction in foreign direct inflows, slow down in regional trade, as well as dwindling demand for international import requirements as some of the reasons for reduction in business. Slower business activities apart, the shut down of some bureaux including Crane forex bureau, is not helping the conditions in the market either, where money traders are reporting nearly 65% reduction in profit margin across traded unit currencies combined. Uganda’s nearly 270 registered forex bureaux are now having to deal with the running effects of wobbling inflows, demand and supply from regional markets as lower import requirements. A cross section of money exchange points within the city, report that the general dip in business transactions has set their margins down by 65% over the past year alone. Money transfer agencies on the other hand, are reporting that their own structured mode of doing business is equally under threat. Bank of Uganda has since revoked the license of more than 5 bureaux including the the former Crane forex bureau, partly due to what sources claim was flagrant violation of reporting conventions, including to the financial intelligence authority. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Uganda 500 Shillings 2003 Mon AM Africa Coin Video #8
 
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Country Uganda Type Common coin Years 1998-2015 Value 500 Shillings 500 UGX = 0.13 USD Metal Aluminium-brass Weight 9 g Diameter 23.50 mm Thickness 2.9 mm Shape Round Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑ References KM# 69 Obverse National arms Lettering: BANK OF UGANDA FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY FIVE HUNDRED SHILLINGS Reverse East African crowned crane head left Lettering: BANK OF UGANDA 500 SHILLINGS 2003 Engraver: Stan Witten Edge Reeded https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces7061.html
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UGANDA CURRENCY VALUE Shilling to Pkr  in urdu voice
 
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Depreciation of the Ugandan shilling
 
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The Ugandan shilling has recorded the worst rate in history against the dollar. However the Governor bank of Uganda says its not only the Ugandan shilling struggling
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Uganda shilling down against dollar.
 
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Forex Rates
 
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Ugandan shilling to weaken due to increasing dollar demand
 
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The Ugandan shilling is expected to weaken in the coming days. Financial Analysts attribute the weak shilling to the increase in demand for dollars from the manufacturing and energy sectors. But some attribute the depreciating currency to external factors that are forcing offshore investors to exit the local market. CGTN's Michael Baleke has that report. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Ugandan traders push for one currency in East Africa
 
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Plans by central banks in East Africa to promote the use of local currencies in regional trade have hit a snag. In Uganda, traders say ditching the highly favored US dollar will not be practical. The central banks had backed the proposal to cushion traders against losses incurred by forex changes. But as CCTV's Michael Baleke reports, their proposal hasn't gone down well.
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How to Add Real Time Currency Converter in Excel Sheet (Calculate Currency & Update)
 
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HOW I BECAME A MILLIONAIRE!!!
 
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Uganda is dope! The exchange rate is crazy. Currency. One Kenyan shilling is equal to 36 Ugandan shillings. Therefore when you change 36,000 Kenyan shillings in the forex bureaus you will be shocked! Let me just say it felt so good to be a millionaire in Uganda. Why did I come back to Kenya?! For business inquiries email me @[email protected] #Uganda #millionaire #MissTrudy
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All Ugandan Shilling Banknotes - 2010 to 2013 in HD
 
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Here in this video you can see all Ugandan Shilling Banknotes - 2010 to 2013 in HD. I have create and filmed many more videos of different coins and banknotes. On my YouTube-Channel you can watch more videos to this forex (currency market) notes. Feel free to visit: https://www.youtube.com/user/MKROXTON
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Kenyan Currency - Shilling
 
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Want to know the currency in Kenya? Visit http://currencyname.com/kenya to learn more about Kenyan currency and the latest exchange rates. What currency to use in Kenya? The Kenyan currency is the Shilling. What is the symbol for Kenyan Shilling? The Kenyan Shilling symbol is Sh. What is the Kenyan currency ISO code? The ISO code for Kenyan currency is KES. What are the frequently used notes in Kenya? The Kenyan currency notes consist of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 shillings. What are the frequently used coins in Kenya? The Kenyan currency coins consist of 50c, 1, 2, 5, 10 , 20, 40 shillings.
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NTV THE LINK: Why you should be worried about the dollar-UGX exchange rate
 
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Ugandan Shilling continues to decline against the US dollar
 
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The Ugandan currency has continued to decline against the U.S. dollar. The Bank of Uganda largely attributes the volatility of the exchange rate to the high demand of imports ahead of the festive season and weak dollar inflows. Experts say this is likely to fuel inflation and may lead to a rise in commodity prices. CCTV's Michael Baleke has more.
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EXCHANGE RATE OMAN
 
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Indian Rupees week against dollar. 11-06-2013
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INTERNATIONAL FOREX RATE ||Currency Rate in Pakistan || Today Open Market Currency Rates
 
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Uganda Shilling Hits 3,000 Mark Against The Dollar
 
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In Uganda, there are concerns that the cost of goods and services could rise following a historic depreciation of the Uganda shilling. The local unit hit 3,000 mark versus the dollar for the first time this week. But as CCTV's Michael Baleke reports from Kampala, it is not all doom and gloom as exporters seek to reap the benefits of the weak currency
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Where to change US dollars in Nairobi, Kenya -- Western Union offices
 
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In central Nairobi, Western Union offices receive money transfers from other nations. The offices also exchange dollars for Kenyan Shillings. These shops can be found in most sections of the central city. Ask anyone -- most Kenyans speak English. ( Many Kenyans speak English superior to the haphazard jargon of Americans. Excellent diction displays excellence in education. Kenyans respect education and seek the recognition of their peers. Not like Americans. ) Western Union offices pay good exchange rates -- not as high as some shops trading dollars illegally (aka ' black market ') -- but Western Union offices provide security and confidentiality with guards, closed doors, and private booths. However, to transfer money within Kenya, try to use an M-Pesa office. This company operates in all cities and towns in Kenya. Very cheap, same hour transfers. Cash transfer information goes to the cell phone of the Kenyan, the Kenyan goes to the office for payment. Excellent service. And one of the most life-changing innovations in Kenya and Tanzania. Africa needs more services such as M-Pesa. ( This very short video recorded with a Canon PowerShot A590 pocket camera. A professional camera would have required special visas, fees, personnel --- as if filming a feature production. Thousands of dollars to enter Kenya and expenses continuing every day thereafter. )
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Kenya shilling steady against the dollar
 
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The shilling continues to hold steady with traders expecting the local unit to gain further helped by continued low dollar demand and inflows from non-governmental organisations. Commercial banks quoted the shilling at 103.50 against 103.60 to the dollar, unchanged from Thursday’s close. Citizen TV is Kenya's leading television station commanding an audience reach of over 60% and in its over 12 years of existence as a pioneer brand for the Royal Media Services (RMS), it has set footprints across the country leaving no region uncovered. This is your ideal channel for the latest and breaking news, top stories, politics, business, sports, lifestyle and entertainment from Kenya and around the world. Follow us: http://citizentv.co.ke https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya https://www.facebook.com/Citizentvkenya https://plus.google.com/+CitizenTVKenya https://instagram.com/citizentvkenya
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Uganda shilling depreciation against US Dollar hurting Car dealers
 
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Car importer CMC, now says it is with immediate effect set to bill in the dollar denomination, saying the current 20% depreciation of the local currency has caused them huge loses. This move comes at a time when there is growing pressure particularly from the business community against local billing in the dollar for rental expenses among others; against the shilling that remains weaker trading at approximately 3,400/= in exchange. CMC the importers of land rovers, buses, trucks and tractors among others say that the regional profile of currencies, is not better either; adding that renewed spikes on lending rates will also impact on its growth. Mark Kass, CMC Group Chief Executive Officer, was speaking at the launch of a multi billion shilling refurbishment of its facility in Kampala. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Uganda's currency has lost ground to the U.S. dollar
 
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After months of stability, Uganda's currency has lost ground to the U.S. dollar.The Bank of Uganda says the volatility is due to increased demand for the dollar, especially from the oil sector. On Friday, the shilling was trading at three thousand four hundred against the U.S. dollar. CCTV's Michael Baleke has this report
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Uganda's currency raises concerns
 
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The Ugandan Shilling crawled up to 3,690 to the dollar after it slumped to record lows in the previous session. The currency which has lost 25% of its value since January, is feeling the pinch from weak commodity prices like other sub-Saharan currencies. Michael Baleke tells us more
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Forex News : Ugandan shilling nga ojigereganya ne Dollar,Pound, Kshs,Tshs - 2017 March 17
 
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Inflation on a Steady rise: Shilling constantly devaluating.
 
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Inflation rates have seen a steady rise after the pass through effects of the exchange rate depreciation. The Uganda shilling has witnessed a constant devaluation against other currencies especially the US dollar.
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Bank of Uganda intervenes in forex market
 
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Uganda's Central Bank has intervened in the foreign exchange market in a bid to manage the shilling's sharp decline. As Michael Baleke reports, Uganda's exchange rate has come under significant pressure since the first half of 2014, and it has now fallen by around 23%, against the US Dollar.
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Farming: More coffee exports could help stabilise the Uganda Shilling
 
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Low exports are partly to blame for the poor balance of payment which is amplifying the exchange rate problems of Uganda. At the lunch of the annual agribusiness innovation awards a section of Coffee farmers blamed the low coffee productivity on government’s lack of the right interventions to prop up the sector which on its own can greatly help the Uganda’s export returns. For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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The Ugandan Shilling depreciatiates again
 
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The appreciation was only two weeks. The experts explain why.
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All countries currencies in indian rupees
 
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Currency exchange rate or conversion is now  quick
 
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Currency Exchange Rates is a fast and powerful app that provides the following features: - Widget for viewing currency exchange rates in home screen (Android 4.0+ is required) - View real time currency exchange rates - Easily convert between your favorite currencies - View real time currency charts - View currency charts in full screen mode - View latest currency news - Calculate with built-in calculator - Easily search currency by code or description - Stores currency rates and charts for offline use - Live rates updated every minute or on demand - Over 160 currencies supported - AD Free! AED UAE Dirham AFN Afghan Afghani ALL Albanian Lek AMD Armenian Dram ANG Neth Antilles Guilder AOA Angolan Kwanza ARS Argentine Peso AUD Australian Dollar AWG Aruba Florin AZN Azerbaijani New Manat BAM Bosnian Convertible Marka BBD Barbados Dollar BDT Bangladesh Taka BGN Bulgarian Lev BHD Bahraini Dinar BIF Burundi Franc BMD Bermuda Dollar BND Brunei Dollar BOB Bolivian Boliviano BRL Brazilian Real BSD Bahamian Dollar BTC Bitcoin BTN Bhutan Ngultrum BWP Botswana Pula BYN New Belarusian Ruble BZD Belize Dollar CAD Canadian Dollar CDF Congolese Franc CHF Swiss Franc CLP Chilean Peso CNY Chinese Yuan COP Colombian Peso CRC Costa Rica Colon CUP Cuban Peso CVE Cape Verde Escudo CYP Cyprus Pound CZK Czech Koruna DJF Dijibouti Franc DKK Danish Krone DOP Dominican Peso DZD Algerian Dinar EGP Egyptian Pound ERN Eritrean Nakfa ETB Ethiopian Birr EUR Euro FJD Fijian Dollar FKP Falkland Islands Pound GBP British Pound GEL Georgian Lari GHS Ghanaian Cedi GIP Gibraltar Pound GMD Gambian Dalasi GNF Guinea Franc GTQ Guatemala Quetzal GYD Guyana Dollar HKD Hong Kong Dollar HNL Honduras Lempira HRK Croatian Kuna HTG Haiti Gourde HUF Hungarian Forint IDR Indonesian Rupiah ILS Israeli Shekel INR Indian Rupee IQD Iraqi Dinar IRR Iranian Rial ISK Iceland Krona JMD Jamaican Dollar JOD Jordanian Dinar JPY Japanese Yen KES Kenyan Shilling KGS Kyrgyzstani Som KHR Cambodia Riel KMF Comoros Franc KPW North Korean Won KRW Korean Won KWD Kuwaiti Dinar KYD Cayman Islands Dollar KZT Kazakhstan Tenge LAK Lao Kip LBP Lebanese Pound LKR Sri Lanka Rupee LRD Liberian Dollar LSL Lesotho Loti LTL Lithuanian Lita LVL Latvian Lat LYD Libyan Dinar MAD Moroccan Dirham MDL Moldovan Leu MGA Malagasy Ariary MKD Macedonian Denar MMK Myanmar Kyat MNT Mongolian Tugrik MOP Macau Pataca MRO Mauritania Ougulya MUR Mauritius Rupee MVR Maldives Rufiyaa MWK Malawi Kwacha MXN Mexican Peso MYR Malaysian Ringgit MZN Mozambican Metical NAD Namibian Dollar NGN Nigerian Naira NIO Nicaragua Cordoba NOK Norwegian Krone NPR Nepalese Rupee NZD New Zealand Dollar OMR Omani Rial PAB Panama Balboa PEN Peruvian Nuevo Sol PGK Papua New Guinea Kina PHP Philippine Peso PKR Pakistani Rupee PLN Polish Zloty PYG Paraguayan Guarani QAR Qatar Rial RON New Romanian Leu RSD Serbian Dinar RUB Russian Rouble RWF Rwandan Franc SAR Saudi Arabian Riyal SBD Solomon Islands Dollar SCR Seychelles Rupee SDG Sudanese Pound SEK Swedish Krona SGD Singapore Dollar SHP St Helena Pound SIT Slovenian Tolar SLL Sierra Leone Leone SOS Somali Shilling SRD Surinamese Dollar STD Sao Tome Dobra SVC El Salvador Colon SYP Syrian Pound SZL Swaziland Lilageni THB Thai Baht TJS Tajikistani Somoni TMT Turkmenistani Manat TND Tunisian Dinar TOP Tonga Pa'anga TRY Turkey Lira TTD Trinidad&Tobago Dollar TWD Taiwan Dollar TZS Tanzanian Shilling UAH Ukraine Hryvnia UGX Ugandan Shilling USD U.S. Dollar UYU Uruguayan New Peso UZS Uzbekistani Som VEF Venezuelan Bolivar VND Vietnam Dong VUV Vanuatu Vatu WST Samoa Tala XAF CFA Franc (BEAC) XAG Silver Ounces XAU Gold Ounces XCD East Caribbean Dollar XDR IMF Special Drawing Rights XOF CFA Franc (BCEAO) XPD Palladium Ounces XPF Pacific Franc XPT Platinum Ounces YER Yemen Riyal ZAR South African Rand ZMW Zambian Kwacha
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Tough times ahead as US dollar strengthens against the Uganda shilling
 
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The Shilling continues to absorb renewed pressure from a strong dollar, depreciating by a spread of up to 50/= within the last two weeks alone. There has been no intervention from the central bank on either the supply or purchase side according to forex dealers. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Tracing the history of foreign currency exchange business in Uganda
 
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The Uganda Forex Bureau and Money Remittance Association (UFBMRA) is an umbrella association of all Forex Bureaus and Money Remittances operators in Uganda. Bank of Uganda Policy on licensing Forex Bureaus requires that operators must be fully paid up members of UFBMRA.
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All Ugandan Shilling Banknotes - 2003 to 2007 in HD
 
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Here in this video you can see all Ugandan Shilling Banknotes - 2003 to 2007 in HD. I have create and filmed many more videos of different coins and banknotes. On my YouTube-Channel you can watch more videos to this forex (currency market) notes. Feel free to visit: https://www.youtube.com/user/MKROXTON
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Central Bank will not interfere with dollar exchange rate
 
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Many businesses and even ordinary Ugandans are alarmed at the the exchange rate depreciation and they expect the Bank of Uganda to rein in the depreciation. However, the central bank says it will only deal with volatility and will not stop the exchange rate going wherever it will go. This has implications for businesses in the near future whether they deal with forex or not. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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The Uganda Shilling Slumps.
 
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The shilling has slumped to the lowest level in nine months after the U.S. government announcement that it was cutting aid to Uganda. The shilling today crossed the 2600 mark having hovered close to it for most of this month. We `have more in the following report. For more news visit http://www.ntvuganda.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our FaceBook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Uganda shilling gains against the dollar will be short lived - Economist
 
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Inflows seem to have reduced pressure on the shilling agains the US dollar and relative stability has returned. This is short lived according to Citi African Chief Economist David Cowen. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Evolution of Money in Uganda
 
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The faces of Uganda’s currency could be as many as Uganda’s heads of state since independence. With each regime change, came a change in currency. Value notwithstanding, Uganda today boasts of having the best architectural 50,000 shilling note in the world. Mildred Tuhaise brings us the evolution of Uganda’s currency post independence.
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Government blames unstable exchange rate on speculators
 
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The secretary to the Treasury Keith Muhakanizi has defended the shilling free fall saying speculation is fuelling the local currency depreciation. He says the country’s dollar reserves are healthy enabling the central bank to shower up the shilling with periodic interventions. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Uganda: 11 Tips for Travellers | #WhereisAJ
 
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AJAY JAIN Do you like the thought of visiting Africa? And Uganda in specific? I have noticed some people looking a bit unsure at the prospect of going to Uganda - after all, we don’t come across too many who have been to the country. But those of us who have - including yours truly - can never stop talking about it. Uganda is clearly a traveller’s delight - and safer than many other places on the planet. While you think about a trip to the country, here are a few tips for you. 1. GETTING THERE Not too many airlines serve the country - and you may have to hop a few airports to get there. The country does not have a national carrier - but the likes of Ethiopian, Kenya and Etihad will get you there. 2. VISA Uganda introduced e-visas in June 2016 but the system was not functioning efficiently, at least until recently. You can get a multiple entry visas at the country’s embassy in your country. There is the option of visa-on-arrival too; you get only single entry though at the airport. The process is quite efficient taking only a few minutes and costs USD 100 - although there has been news of this being reduced to USD 50 to boost tourism inflows. 3. YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION This is mandatory - for your sake more than anyone else’s. Get this in your home country and carry the certificate with the passport at all times. It is valid for 10 years so you don’t have to get one every time you visit countries that require you to. 4. CURRENCY The local currency is Ugandan Shillings; the exchange rate is mid 2016 was USD 100 = UGX 330,000 approximately. Yes, you read that correct. You can change money in towns easily but not so in remote areas including forest reserves. US dollars are commonly accepted but you should carry small bills as change can be a problem. 5. ACCOMMODATION The country offers options ranging from budget to luxury - take your pick. If you are in Uganda for the wildlife - which most people are for - I would recommend spending a little extra for a better lodge. Not only do you need the comforts, but the location and staff can make a big difference to your experience. 6. GETTING AROUND The country boasts a vast network of quality roads; a car is the most enjoyable way to get around. You can pick a self-drive or one with a driver. It is a small country and most tourist attractions are only a few hours from each other. There are planes to take you to national parks with strips in the bush - but these are small ones with 12-14 seats and not to everyone’s liking. And these can be expensive. 7. SAFETY It is natural to fear for one’s safety in foreign lands, especially when you are in continents like Africa with a disturbed past. Uganda is very safe - in fact, even more than some of its more popular neighbours. Of course, like anywhere in the world, don’t throw caution to the winds and you will be fine. 8. CLIMATE No one can not love the climate of Uganda. The country is an endless landscape of rolling hills and forests with temperatures often in the mid-20s (Celsius) or mid-70s (F); an occasional shower can surprise you without warning any time. It is never too hot or too cold there. April and May are the wet seasons officially but life and game drives continue as usual. 9. PACKING Dress for warm weather but do keep a light jacket, raincoat and umbrella handy at all times. Wear sturdy shoes and a hat when out for activities during the day. Carry a tuck of munchies and chocolates as these may not be easily available when you are on the highways or in forests. 10. COST OF LIVING Uganda is not an expensive country for your daily needs including food. Since tourism is an important source of income, your outings in the wild may be expensive by some standards. But then again, this is one way of keeping such tourism sustainable. 11. LANGUAGE English is spoken commonly especially in cities and by people in touch with tourists. The country has many local dialects - Ugandans have to speak to one another in English sometimes because they do not understand each other’s dialects.
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