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Rezervele valutare ale BNR au crescut la 32,6 milliarde lei

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Autor: Bancherul.ro
2016-08-01 16:30

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Rezervele internaţionale – iulie 2016 (comunicat BNR):

La 31 iulie 2016, rezervele valutare la Banca Naţională a României se situau la nivelul de 32.659 milioane euro, faţă de 31.729 milioane euro la 30 iunie 2016.

În cursul lunii au avut loc următoarele operaţiuni:

- Intrări de 1.167 milioane euro reprezentând alimentarea contului Comisiei Europene (983 milioane euro), modificarea rezervelor minime în valută constituite de instituţiile de credit, alimentarea conturilor Ministerului Finanţelor Publice și altele;

- Ieşiri de 237 milioane euro reprezentând modificarea rezervelor minime în valută constituite de instituţiile de credit, plăţi de rate şi dobânzi în contul datoriei publice denominate în valută şi altele.

Rezerva de aur s-a menţinut la 103,7 tone. În condiţiile evoluţiilor preţurilor internaţionale, valoarea acesteia s-a situat la 4.004 milioane euro.

Rezervele internaţionale ale României (valute plus aur) la 31 iulie 2016 au fost de 36.663 milioane euro, faţă de 35.673 milioane euro la 30 iunie 2016.

Plăţile scadente în luna august 2016 în contul datoriei publice denominate în valută, directe sau garantate de Ministerul Finanţelor Publice, însumează circa 206 milioane euro.

Taguri: Banca Nationala a Romaniei (BNR)  reclamatie ING Bank  BCR Leasing  plata SEPA  

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