The foreign currency reserves of the National Bank of Moldova reached a new absolute historical maximum, amounting to $2 billion 923.15 million as of July 6, 2018
In particular, only for the last reporting week they increased by $23.38 million, or by 0.8%, and in general since the beginning of this year foreign currency reserves increased by $119.89 million, or by 4.3%. It should be noted that the former absolute historical maximum of the NBM's foreign exchange reserves was recorded on January 31, 2018, when they amounted to $2 billion 903.49 million, but later the NBM's foreign exchange reserves declined, and only on July 6 they were able not only to exceed again the threshold amounting to $2.9 billion, but also set a new record high. As InfoMarket reported earlier, for the whole of 2017, the NBM's foreign exchange reserves increased by $597.33 million (+ 27.1%) to $2 billion 803.26 million as of December 31, 2017. They reached then the pre-crisis level and again exceeded $2.8 billion for the first time since January 2014, and at the end of January 2018, the official reserve assets of the Central Bank exceeded a new historical threshold amounting to $2.9 billion. //16.07.2018 - InfoMarket.