Kazakhstan’s international reserves slightly up
Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 8
By Rashid Shirinov – Trend:
Kazakhstan’s international reserves amounted to $88.84 billion in January 2019, Trend reports referring to Kazakh media.
Thus, the country's international reserves have increased by 0.22 percent compared to December 2018.
According to preliminary data of the National Bank of Kazakhstan, the gross international reserves of Kazakhstan in January decreased by 1.08 percent to $30.59 billion, including net international reserves decreasing by 1.11 percent to $30.1 billion.
Assets of Kazakhstan National Fund amounted to $58.25 billion, an increase of 0.91 percent, while assets in freely convertible currency amounted to $15.57 billion, decreasing by 5.83 percent.
Meanwhile, assets in gold increased by 4.37 percent to $15.02 billion this January compared to December 2018.
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