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Foreign Exchange Reserves at EUR 74.3 bn

Data publikacji strony: 07-12-2011

NBP data: in November, Poland’s foreign exchange reserves in zloty and euro terms increased while decreasing in dollar terms.

On 7 December, the National Bank of Poland released data on the stock of official reserve assets as at the end of November. Announced on a monthly basis, the amount is expressed in terms of three currencies: the zloty, the euro and the US dollar. The latest data indicate that the reserves have been relatively stable in recent months. In November, they rose markedly in zloty terms; also as expressed in euros – Poland’s main currency in foreign trade – they went up from EUR 73.3 bn to EUR 74.3 bn. In terms of US dollars, a currency which had been gaining throughout November, the stock of the reserves declined from USD 102.7 bn to 98.7 bn.

In managing the foreign exchange reserves, the National Bank of Poland strives to maximize the return on the assets while giving priority to their safe investment and a requisite level of liquidity.

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