CBRT will also announce its international foreign exchange reserves weekly to provide more up-to-date data to the public By Investing.com

Investing.com – CBRT announced today that the International Reserves and Foreign Exchange Liquidity Table will be published weekly in addition to the monthly bulletin.

In November, with the change of CBRT President, the monetary policy was changed as well. New President Ağbal stated that transparency, measurability and accessibility to data would be ensured in order to ensure correct communication with the markets. In the announcement made today, it was emphasized that the current policy will continue to function, emphasizing “the aim of providing more up-to-date data to the public.”

The center’s description is as follows:

“The International Reserves and Foreign Exchange Liquidity table published monthly on the Statistics / International Reserves and Foreign Exchange Liquidity page on the CBRT website will be published weekly on Thursdays at 14.30 in addition to the monthly frequency as of January 28, 2021, in order to provide more up-to-date data to the public. “

Author: Deniz Engin

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