How big are Russia’s international reserves?

Data from the Central Bank of the Russian Federation showed today, Thursday, that the country’s international reserves, including gold and foreign currency, reached $566.8 billion by August 26.

According to the data, reserves for the week from August 19 to 26 decreased by 1.3% ($7.2 billion) and amounted to $566.8 billion.

Russia’s international reserves are highly liquid foreign assets, including foreign exchange, gold and special drawing rights.

Source: Prime

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