Economy • 09 February, 2018

Kazakhstan’s international reserves exceed $90 billion

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Compared to December 2017, Kazakhstan’s international reserves increased by 1.13% in January 2018 and reached $90,071 billion.

Kazakhstan’s National Bank reported that the volume of gross international reserves of the country increased in January by 3.18% and equaled $31.724 billion, including net international reserves by 3.2% shows $31.199 billion.

The volume of the National Bank assets amounted to $58.347 billion and increased by 0.05%. There was a 2.15% growth in assets in free currency and amounted to $18.639 billion. Gold assets grew by 4.69% and amounted to $13.085 billion.

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