At the Dec. 10-14 trade week at the Uzbek Commodity Exchange (UZEX), transactions worth 814.5 billion soums were carried out, which is 15.7 percent more than a week before, Trend reports on Dec. 18 referring to the press service of the exchange.
The exchange trading rose from 599.6 billion soums by 14.4 percent to 686.3 billion soums. In the sales, oil products held the first place with a share of 16.8 percent. Construction materials ranked second with a share of 16.7 percent, followed by chemical products with 14.5 percent, as well as fodder with 13.6 percent.
The currency trading site of the exchange sold local goods worth almost $8.9 million. A significant part of the deals fell on cotton fiber (97 percent) followed by technical oils with three percent.
The listing commission of the exchange opened 161 standard contracts for building materials, mineral fertilizers, agricultural products, oil and fats, oil products and other commodity items.
Over the past period, 695 car plates were sold through online auctions. The total amount of sold license plates exceeded three billion soums.
(8325.59 UZS = 1 USD on Dec. 18)
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