© Reuters. According to the CBRT’s weekly balance sheet, the bank’s net international reserves rose to $11.96 billion last week.
According to the calculation made by iDeal Data, which is one of the weekly data published on TL basis in the CBRT system, the net international reserves of the bank increased to 11,964 billion dollars last week.
As of the week of April 30, the CBRT’s net international reserves stood at TL 97,807 billion. The figure was 92,817 billion TL in the previous week.
Based on these figures, the bank’s net international reserves rose to $11.964 billion last week, according to the calculation made with the CBRT’s buying rate the previous day. The figure was $11.224 billion the previous week.
Note: In the calculation, the “Net International Reserves” data included in the “Central Bank Balance Sheet-Determined by the Letter of Intent dated 18.01.2002 (Current) (Thousand TL)” has been used.
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