Czech Republic FX Reserves Grows in December
Foreign exchange (FX) reserves in the Czech Republic increased to USD 141.01 billion in December, from USD 135.07 billion in the previous month, Trading Economics reported citing data from the country's central bank.
According to the report, increases were seen in foreign currency reserves to USD 135.43 billion from USD 129.44 billion, IMF reserve position to USD 0.75 billion from USD 0.74 billion, SDRs to USD 3.39 billion from USD 3.35 billion and gold reserves to USD 0.70 billion from USD 0.68 billion).
Meanwhile, other reserve assets decreased (USD 0.74 billion vs USD 0.87 billion).
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