The foreign reserves of the Romanian National Bank (BNR) grew by EUR 930 million in July to EUR 32.66 billion, from the end of June, when they stood at EUR 31.73 billion, according to BNR data.
In July there were inputs valued at EUR 1.16 billion, in the European Commission account (EUR 983 million), in the minimum foreign reserves changes for the credit institutions, in the Public Finance Ministry and others.
The outputs on the other hand, were EUR 237 million in July, representing the changes in the minimum foreign reserves for the credit institutions, installments payments and interests in the public debt account in foreign currency and others.
The gold reserve was maintained at 103.7 tones and is value was around EUR 4 billion.
The Romanian international reserves (foreign currency and gold) were EUR 36,663 billion, up from EUR 35,673 billion at June 30.
The due payments in August in the public debt account in foreign currency, direct or insured by the Public Finance Ministry amount around EUR 206 million.