Finance • 13 March, 2018

Kazakhstan’s international reserves exceed $90.8 billion

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In February 2018, Kazakhstan’s international reserves increased by 0.15 percent compared to the previous month, since the beginning of the year has grown by 1.95 percent, up to $ 90.802 billion.

According to the National Bank of Kazakhstan, the gross international reserves of Kazakhstan have grown by 0.27 percent in February (2.24 pct in January-February) up to $31.434 billion, which includes the net international reserves increased by 0.29 percent (+2.26 pct) up to $30.915 billion.

The total assets of Kazakhstan’s National Fund amounted to $59.368 billion, increasing by 0.09 pct (+1.8 pct). The assets in freely convertible currency reached $18.404 billion, demonstrating a 0.76-percent increase in contrast to the previous month (0.86 pct year-to-date).

The assets in gold have declined by 0.41 percent (+4.26 percent) down to $13.03 billion.

 

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