Kazakhstan’s international reserves increase
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 12
By Ali Mustafayev – Trend:
The volume of international reserves of Kazakhstan in February 2018 increased by 0.15 percent, compared to the previous month, the press service of the National Bank of Kazakhstan said in a message.
Since early 2018, the volume of international reserves of Kazakhstan increased by 1.95 percent, to $90.802 billion.
The gross international reserves of Kazakhstan increased by 0.27 percent to $31.434 billion in February 2018 (by 2.24 percent in January-February), and the net international reserves increased by 0.29 percent to $30.915 billion.
The volume of assets of the National Fund of Kazakhstan amounted to $59.368 billion, increasing by 0.09 percent in February. The volume of assets in freely convertible currency amounted to $18.404 billion, demonstrating a 0.76 percent increase in the mentioned period. The volume of gold assets, in turn, decreased by 0.41 percent to $13.03 billion.