Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves slip to $23.49 bn State Bank of Pakistan

Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves slip to $23.49 bn

KARACHI: The total liquid foreign exchange reserves of Pakistan have declined by $231 million to $23.49 billion by week ended February 11, 2022, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) said on Thursday.

The foreign exchange reserves of the country were $23.721 billion by week ended February 04, 2022.

The official reserves of the central bank fell by $241 million to $17.096 billion by week ended February 11, 2022 as compared with $17.337 billion a week ago.

However, the foreign exchange reserves held by commercial banks slightly increased by $10 million to $6.394 billion by week ended February 11, 2022 as compared with $6.384 billion a week ago.

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