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Swedish journalists in Azerbaijan to find out post-Karabakh war developments

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Chairman of the State Committee for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons Rovshan Rzayev met with visiting media representatives of the Kingdom of Sweden – Maria Bertell, Agneta Nordin, Deniz Merdol, and Alf Michael Silkeborg.

The guests were informed about the state policy in the field of work with refugees and IDPs in Azerbaijan and the activities of the committee, Report informs.

It was noted that as a result of Armenia's policy of deportation, ethnic discrimination, and aggression, over one million Azerbaijanis were expelled from their homeland, who faced great difficulties and suffered material and moral losses. For nearly 30 years, purposeful work has been done to solve their problems.

This issue is one of the important priorities of President Ilham Aliyev's social policy. First Vice President Mehriban Aliyeva pays special attention and care to IDPs and is the initiator of a number of projects to improve their living conditions.

It was stressed that the greatest wish of the IDPs was to end the occupation of Armenia and ensure their return to their homeland. At present, the state leadership and the competent authorities are carrying out multifaceted and intensive work to restore the liberated territories and start the return of IDPs voluntarily, safely, and with dignity.

The guests were also informed about the current situation in the liberated territories, security measures, reconstruction work, and preparation of IDPs for return.

The Swedish journalists said they are in Azerbaijan to get acquainted with the situation in the country during the post-conflict period and will visit the liberated regions, as well as the cities of Barda and Ganja.

The meeting, which was also attended by a member of the Azerbaijani Diaspora in the Kingdom of Sweden, director, and screenwriter Rahim Sadigbayli, answered questions of foreign journalists.

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CBA currency exchange rates (28.01.2022)

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According to the official exchange rates of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan for today, the US dollar remained unchanged at 1.7000 manat, euro decreased by 0.6% to 1.8958 manat, and the Russian ruble went up by 2.3% to 0.0219 manat.

Currency

Exchange rates

1 USD (US dollar)

1.7000

1 EUR (Euro)

1.8958

1 RUB (Russian ruble)

0.0219

1 AUD (Australian dollar)

1.1948

1 ARS (Argentinean peso)

0.0162

1 BYN (Belarusian ruble)

0.6482

1 BRL (Brazilian real)

0.3142

1 UAE dirham

0.4628

1 ZAR (South African rand)

0.1101

100 KRW (South Korean won)

0.1409

1 CZK (Czech koruna)

0.0775

100 CLP (Chilean peso)

0.2109

1 CNY (Chinese yuan)

0. 2674

1 DKK (Danish krone)

0.2547

1 GEL (Georgian lari)

0.5565

1 HKD (Hong Kong dollar)

0.2182

1 INR (Indian rupee)

0.0227

1 GBP (British pound)

2.2791

100 IDR (Indonesian rupiah)

0. 0118

100 IRR (Iranian rial)

0.0040

1 SEK (Swedish krona)

0.1813

1 CHF (Swiss franc)

1.8274

1 ILS (Israeli shekel)

0. 5320

1 CAD (Canadian dollar)

1.3351

1 KWD (Kuwaiti dinar)

5.6154

1 KZT (Kazakhstani tenge)

0.0039

1 KGS (Kyrgyzstani som)

0.0201

100 LBP (Lebanese pound)

0.1125

1 MYR (Malaysian ringgit)

0.4058

1 MXN (Mexican peso)

0.0819

1 MDL (Moldovan leu)

0.0948

1 EGP (Egyptian pound)

0.1080

1 NOK (Norwegian krone)

0.1902

100 ‎UZS (Uzbekistani som)

0.0157

1 PLN (Polish złoty)

0.4154

1 SGD (Singapore dollar)

1.2565

1 SAR (Saudi Arabian riyal)

0.4531

1 SDR (IMF)

2.3665

1 TRY (Turkish lira)

0.1248

1 TWD (Taiwan dollar)

0.0611

1 TJS (Tajikistani somoni)

0.1509

1TMT (New Turkmenistan Manat)

0.4857

1 UAH (Ukrainian hryvnia)

0.0588

100 JPY (Japanese yen)

1.4729

1 ‎NZD (New Zealand dollar)

1.1178

Gold (1 ounce)

3057.7815

Silver (1 ounce)

38.6833

Platinum (1 ounce)

1750.7280

Palladium (1 ounce)

4034.3125

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Oil prices rise slightly ahead of OPEC+ meeting

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Global oil prices on January 28 morning rose slightly after falling on January 27. Investors continue to expect an OPEC+ meeting, Report informs.

The price of April futures for Brent crude rose by 0.44% to $88.56 per barrel, March futures for WTI grew in price by 0.58% to $87.11 per barrel.

Traders’ attention is focused on the OPEC+ meeting scheduled for February 2. On this day, countries outside the cartel will decide on oil production in March. It is expected that OPEC+ will continue to increase production by the planned 400,000 barrels per day every month.

Investors also assess the prospects for the balance of supply and demand in the market, taking into account underlying factors.

Fears of a COVID-related hit to demand did not materialize. With the sharp drop in spare capacity, it will be difficult for the market to cope with any new unplanned outages, the Wall Street Journal reports. Analysts believe that the market will remain in deficit in the first quarter of 2022.

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Key indicators of world commodity, stock, and currency markets (28.01.2022)

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Current price

Compared to the previous day's close

Compared to the beginning of the year

Commodity

Brent (dollar/barrel)

89.70

0.46

10.65

WTI (dollar/barrel)

87.07

0.44

10.57

Gold (dollar/ounce)

1,799.00

– 18.00

0.80

Indices

Dow-Jones

34,160.78

– 7.31

– 2,327.85

S&P 500

4,326.51

– 23.42

– 466.55

Nasdaq

13,352.79

– 189.33

– 2,413.42

Nikkei

26,698.82

476.72

– 2,160.35

Dax

15,524.27

64.88

– 327.98

FTSE 100

7,554.31

84.53

133.62

CAC 40 INDEX

7,023.80

41.84

– 137.72

ShanghaiComposite

3,396.07

– 29.21

– 222.73

BIST 100

1,997.69

46.52

102.23

RTS

1,399.64

75.24

– 190.10

Currency

USD/EUR

1.1151

– 0.0100

– 0.0200

GBP/USD

1.3402

0.0000

– 0.0100

USD/JPY

115.4200

0.7800

0.2800

USD/RUB

77.7170

– 1.9000

3.4900

USD/TRY

13.6253

0.0200

0.2900

USD/CNY

6.3563

0.0100

– 0.0100

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