Russia’s international reserves rose by about $15 billion in a month

Data from the Central Bank of Russia showed today, Friday, that Russia’s international reserves increased over December 2022 by $14.7 billion.

According to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, reserves as of January 1, 2023 amounted to $581.989 billion, an increase of 2.59%, or $14.7 billion, compared to their level at the beginning of December last year.

The data also showed that Russia’s international reserves rose by $4.5 billion to $582 billion in the week ended January 6, 2023.

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

Source: TASS

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