Kyrgyzstan’s international reserves exceed $2 billion
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 30 /Trend V.Zhavoronkova/
As of September 30, 2013 the volume of Kyrgyzstan's international reserves amounted to $2,107 million, increasing from the beginning of 2013 to $40.4 million or two per cent, Kyrgyz government's press service said on Wednesday.
As of September 30, 2013, the gross international reserves at the National Bank of the Republic, excluding commercial banks' deposits in foreign currency, increased by $46.8 million or 2.3 per cent from the beginning of the year and amounted to 2 089.6 million
Since early 2013 the gross international reserves have been affected by such factors as the operations of the National Bank, incomes derived from the management of international reserves, changes in exchange rates of currencies included into international reserves, changes in the prices of precious metals, operations on the purchase of gold in Kyrgyzstan's domestic market and others.