Moldova's currency reserves went DOWN in January

The foreign exchange reserves held by Moldova's central bank, BNM, decreased by $620,000 month-on-month in January, falling to $2.205 billion (2.11 billion euro), BNM said on Wednesday.

Foreign exchange outflows totalled $18.46 million, representing mainly external debt payments of $17.26 million and payments made by the finance ministry of $950,000, BNM said in a statement.

Foreign exchange inflows totalled $17.85 million in January.

The gold reserves held by BNM were worth $2.83 million at the end of January, up from $2.73 million at end-December, writes SeeNews.

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