The prices of gold and cars and the exchange rate for the U.S. dollar reached record highs on the Iranian market on June 11, while some social media users have complained about a new rise in the cost of housing in Tehran.
Each dollar was traded for 69,000 rials on Tehran’s foreign exchange market on June 11, while buyers could purchase a dollar against 67,300 rials the previous day, traders reported on the messaging service Telegram.
The price of one standard gold coin was higher than 25 million rials on the Tehran market on June 11, marking a 4 million rial rise in comparison with the price last week.
The price of various models of cars has risen between 20 million and 400 million rials over the past 10 days.
At the same time, several social media users have complained about price hikes on the housing market that have “made buying or renting a house or a flat unaffordable for most people,” as one person tweeted.
Go to link