Serbian v. banks’ foreign exchange reserves up in 2021
Gross foreign exchange (FX) reserves held by the central bank of Serbia increased by 3.0 billion euros in 2021, reaching 16.5 billion euros, the National Bank of Serbia announced on Friday, according to a report. from the Tanjug news agency.
Net foreign exchange reserves, which do not include commercial banks’ foreign exchange balances on reserve requirements and other requirements, amounted to €13.7 billion at the end of December 2021, down €231.5 million. euros compared to the figure at the end of November, but up 2.6 billion compared to December 2020, according to the press release.
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