Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves increase to $14.443 billion

KARACHI: The total foreign exchange reserves of Pakistan increased by $92 million to $14.443 billion by week ended June 28, 2019 as compared with $14.351 billion in the previous week, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) said on Thursday.

The SBP said that during the week ending June 28, 2019, it received inflow of $500 million from Qatar as placement of funds. After taking into account outflows relating to external debt and other official payments, SBP reserves decreased by $9 million during the week, it added.

The reserves held by commercial banks increased by $101 million to $7.17 billion as compared with $7.069 billion.

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