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    The rise in central bank reserves: hard currency to 64 billion dollars.. and gold 96 tons

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    The rise in central bank reserves: hard currency to 64 billion dollars.. and gold 96 tons Empty The rise in central bank reserves: hard currency to 64 billion dollars.. and gold 96 tons

    Post by Rocky Sat 05 Feb 2022, 2:32 pm


    [size=30]The rise in central bank reserves: hard currency to 64 billion dollars.. and gold 96 tons


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    Yesterday, Iraq: Baghdad
    The Central Bank revealed today, Saturday, the rise in its reserves of gold and hard currency, while explaining its value.


    Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ihsan Shamran Al-Yasiri, said that “the central bank’s hard currency reserves witnessed a stable rise for more than a year, affected by the balanced measures of monetary policy, with which they exceeded the $64 billion barrier at the beginning of February 2022, and the gold assets in the possession of the Central Bank exceeded 96 tons within reserves.”
    He added, "The Central Bank continues to support banks to expand development opportunities in the country and reduce the financing gap."

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