Buildings are seen from across the water in Doha, Qatar June 5, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer
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Qatar filed global lawsuits against banks based in Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia and Luxembourg over the alleged manipulation of its currency in 2017 .Qatar's central bank is investigating suspected attempts to devalue its currency at the height of a diplomatic standoff with its Gulf neighbors in June 2017 .When Qatar's boycott began, local banks provided cash to meet domestic business needs at 3.64 riyals per dollar -- within the regulator's preferred range -- while turning away transactions it didn't deem "legitimate".
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