Sudanese pound loses 40% of its value against dollar since war started

The Sudanese pound continued its decline, reaching 880 pounds against the dollar on Sunday.

Since the start of the conflict, the Sudanese pound has lost 40% of its value against the dollar.

Military clashes ignited in Sudan in mid-April, exacerbating its economic woes and the challenges of providing basic goods to citizens amid record-high inflation levels.

Sudan is currently witnessing intense confrontations between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF).

The Sudanese economy faces uncertainty regarding future growth prospects amidst escalating crises within the country.

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