Zambian Kwacha surpasses the Russian Ruble to become the world’s best-performing currency thanks to IMF bailout approval. The southern African country’s currency, the kwacha, rose 3.1 percent after the International Monetary Fund announced approval of an aid package for Zambia. After this growth, the kvacha surpassed the Russian ruble to become the world’s best currency in 2022. Zambia still has a long way to go. The Zambian Kwacha, currently trading at 15.40 Kwacha to the dollar, became the world’s top currency when it was announced that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had approved a $1.3 billion bailout for the country. The kvacha has overtaken the Russian ruble as the best performing currency in the world with an annual growth of 18.25%. The kwacha rose 3.1 percent overnight as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved $1.3 billion in aid to the African country, Bloomberg reported. Zambian officials, including Zambian President Hakaint Hichilema, known as “HH”, have cited foreign exchange gains and aid approvals as evidence that the new government’s policies are working. In comments following the donation announcement, Hichilema reportedly said:
I did not go to bed until the IMF board approved the Zambia issue. A few minutes later, the doctor [Kristalina Georgieva] texted me: HH, ready. The secretary of the Zambian government Joseph Kalimbo stated in Twitt that even if Bush is catching, “The country must make a long way.” Meanwhile, Patrick’s economist in the Bindula News report stated that Kuch’s redemption may be related to the intervention of a central bank of Zambia in low dollars.
“Silush is quoted:” We have seen Gaku’s power. The champion banking market, which was smooth on the market, was in the smooth market, while the demand for the US dollar was low, which led to Zambia Guchi’s praise. “Wad In addition to helping the country become the world’s most valuable currency, Zambian government policies have helped reduce inflation from 24 percent in August 2021 to 9.8 percent by June 2022.