The “International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity” table is prepared within the framework of the Special Data Dissemination Standards – SDDS – set by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The table is produced from the data given by the CBRT and the Ministry of Treasury and Finance in line with the scope, definition, and classifications specified in the IMF Operational Guidelines.
The monthly table disseminated by the CBRT covers detailed information on official foreign currency assets and predetermined short-term net drains on foreign currency assets (including residual maturity) and contingent short-term net drains on foreign currency assets.
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International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity Developments - October 2022
- Official Reserve Assets recorded USD 113.5 billion indicating 6.0 percent increase compared to the previous month. As regards to sub-items, foreign currency reserves increased by 10.3 percent to USD 67.1 billion and gold reserves increased by 0.2 percent to USD 39.1 billion.
- Short term predetermined net drains of the Central Government and the CBRT (foreign currency loans, securities, FX deposit liabilities) increased by 1.9 percent to USD 28.7 billion, of which USD 22.8 billion in principal repayments and USD 5.9 billion in interest payments. Additionally, outstanding FX and gold liabilities arising from the CBRT’s financial derivative activities with resident and non-resident banks recorded USD 72.1 billion, of which USD 43.8 billion is due in one month.
- Contingent short-term net drains on foreign currency consists of “collateral guarantees on debt due within one year” and “other contingent liabilities (“Required Reserves in Blocked Accounts in Foreign Currency and Gold” and “Letters of Credit” items in the CBRT’s balance sheet). These liabilities recorded USD 56.5 billion increasing by 1.2 percent compared to the previous month.