Investing.com – CBRT announced that the International Reserves and Foreign Exchange Liquidity data, which is published regularly every month, will be released weekly to provide more up-to-date data to the public. The center made its first weekly publication today. According to current data;
Official Reserve Assets increased by 12.8 percent compared to the previous month in December, reaching US $ 93.3 billion. In this period, in terms of sub-items, foreign exchange assets increased by 17.8 percent compared to the previous month and reached US $ 48.5 billion, while reserve assets in gold increased by 8.1 percent to US $ 43.2 billion.
The predetermined foreign exchange outflows of the Central Government and the Central Bank (foreign currency loans, securities and liabilities arising from deposit transactions), which are 1 year or less to maturity, increased by 2.4 percent compared to the previous month and reached 28.3 billion USD. Of this amount, approximately US $ 23 billion in principal and US $ 5.3 billion in interest. In addition, the net foreign exchange and gold liabilities of the Central Bank arising from financial derivative transactions with domestic and non-resident banks are USD 61.9 billion, of which USD 23.4 billion is one-month maturity.
Contingent foreign currency outflows consist of Treasury-guaranteed foreign debts to be paid within 1 year and other liabilities (foreign currency and gold required reserves blocked account and letters of credit). These liabilities increased by 15.6 percent compared to the previous month and reached US $ 46.7 billion.
Author: Necdet Erginsoy
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