BNR’s foreign currency reserves down by EUR 23 mln, to EUR 34.5 mln

Georgeta Gheorghe 01/03/2017 | 18:32

On February 28, 2017, the National Bank of Romania’s foreign exchange reserves stood at EUR 34,495 million, compared to EUR 34,518 million on 31 January 2017.

During the month, the following flows have taken place: the bank recorded EUR 405 million inflows, representing changes in the foreign exchange reserve requirements of the credit institutions, inflows into the Ministry of Public Finances’ accounts a.s.o.. The bank recorded EUR 428 million outflows, representing changes in the foreign exchange reserve requirements of the credit institutions, interest and principal payments on foreign currency public debt, payments from the European Commission’s account a.s.o..

The gold stock remained unchanged at 103.7 tones. However, following the change in the international price of gold, its value amounted to EUR 3,940 million.

The international reserves of Romania (foreign currencies and gold) on 28 February 2017 stood at EUR 38,435 million, compared to EUR 38,251 million on 31 January 2017.

During the month of March 2017, the payments due on public and publicly guaranteed foreign currency denominated debt amount to approximately EUR 103 million.

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