Bonbast is the most reputable foreign exchange trading data collector of the Iranian market. Bonbast tracks unofficial currency-market rates and provides the data to businesses and consumers across the world. Bonbast has been repeatedly cited by major news agencies like Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, BBC, Yahoo Finance, and Forbes as a credible source of information about Iranian rial exchange rates.
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Iranian rial hits record low at 138,000 to dollar: Bonbast website
"The dollar was being offered for as much as 138,000 rials, according to website Bonbast.com which tracks the unofficial market."Read more >
Iran’s Rial at Historic Low as U.S. Sanctions Loom
"The rial traded at 119,000 to the U.S. dollar Monday, according to Bonbast, which tracks unofficial currency-market rates."Read more >
Iran rial plunges to new low after Trump decides to leave nuclear deal
"The dollar was being offered for as much as 75,000 rials, compared to around 65,000 just before Trump announced his decision on Tuesday night, according to foreign exchange website Bonbast.com, which tracks the free market."Read more >
Six charts that show how hard US sanctions have hit Iran
"The fixed official rate of 42,000 rials to the dollar is used for a limited range of transactions, so most Iranians rely on currency traders. Bonbast.com reported that traders were offering 13,650 rials to the dollar in early December 2019."Read more >
Don’t Look Now, President Trump: Iran’s Currency Is Soaring
"That’s according to Bonbast.com, a local website that monitors the currency. The appreciation is borne out by a Bloomberg survey of street traders in Tehran."Read more >
Iran Fails To Halt Currency Crisis, One Week On From Imposing Drastic Restrictions On Dollar Trading
"According to Bonbast.com, the rial did gain some ground against the dollar soon after the government’s decision, with an exchange rate of IR55,000 quoted for April 12."Read more >