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    Forex Bureaux Rates (BOG)

    USD ($)
    buy / sell
    4.790 / 4.794
    EUR (€)
    buy / sell
    5.500 / 5.505
    GBP (£)
    buy / sell
    6.245 / 6.253

    Company Values

    AADS
    0.4800
    0.0000
    ACCESS
    3.1000
    0.0000
    ADB
    5.9500
    0.0000
    AGA
    37.0000
    0.0000
    ALW
    0.0800
    0.0000
    AYRTN
    0.0800
    0.0000
    BOPP
    5.4500
    0.0000
    CAL
    1.1100
    -0.0200
    CLYD
    0.0300
    0.0000
    CMLT
    0.1000
    0.0000
    CPC
    0.0200
    0.0000
    DIGICUT
    0.0900
    0.0000
    EGH
    7.9500
    0.0000
    EGL
    3.0200
    0.0000
    ETI
    0.2000
    0.0000
    FML
    12.3000
    0.0000
    GCB
    5.3500
    0.0000
    GGBL
    2.3700
    0.0000
    GLD
    38.8000
    0.0000
    GOIL
    3.2000
    0.0000
    GSR
    1.9000
    0.0000
    HORDS
    0.1000
    0.0000
    IIL
    0.0900
    0.0000
    MAC
    5.9800
    0.0000
    MLC
    0.0900
    0.0000
    MMH
    0.1100
    0.0000
    MTNGH
    0.9000
    0.0000
    PBC
    0.0300
    0.0000
    PKL
    0.0500
    0.0000
    PZC
    0.4800
    0.0000
    RBGH
    1.2700
    0.0000
    SAMBA
    0.6500
    0.0000
    SCB
    26.0000
    0.0000
    SCB PREF
    1.1500
    0.0000
    SIC
    0.1500
    0.0000
    SOGEGH
    1.0000
    0.0000
    SOGEGHRT4
    0.1700
    0.0000
    SPL
    0.0200
    0.0000
    SWL
    0.0500
    0.0000
    TBL
    0.2000
    0.0000
    TLW
    11.9900
    0.0000
    TOTAL
    4.1000
    0.0000
    UNIL
    17.7900
    0.0000