Russia’s international reserves from 15 to 22 January grew by 0.3%

Russia’s international reserves from 15 to 22 January grew by 0.3%


International reserves representing highly liquid foreign assets, as of 22 January was $ 369,3 billion.

MOSCOW, 28 Jan. International reserves of the Russian Federation as of 22 January was $ 369,3 billion dollars compared to 368,3 billion dollars on January 15, according to the Bank of Russia.

Thus, the reserves in this period increased by $ 1 billion, or 0.27%.

International reserves representing highly liquid foreign assets available to the Bank of Russia and the government of the Russian Federation, consist of means in foreign currency, special drawing rights (SDRs), reserve position in IMF and monetary gold.

By the end of 2014 the international reserves of the Russian Federation has decreased in 1,3 times — to 385,46 billion.