Pakistan’s Foreign Exchange Reserves increased by US$ 283.8 Million from last week as foreign Exchange reserves held by Pakistan reached US$ 23.6 Billion at end of week ended 04-Jun-2021
As per the data published by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), SBP received proceeds of Green Bond issued by WAPDA, amounting to $499.0 million. After adjusting for external repayments, SBP’s reserves increased by $281 million to $16.41 billion.
|Foreign reserves||04-June-21||31-Dec-2020||% Change|
|State Bank of Pakistan||16,414.9||13,415.40||20.26%|
|Net Foreign Reserves Held by Banks||7,163||7,096.10||0.91%|
|Total Liquid Foreign Reserves||23,577.9||20,511.50||13.57%|
Pakistan last witnessed foreign exchange reserves in excess of $23 billion at the end of June-2016, as per the data from SBP.
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