Pakistan’s forex reserves surge to $15.236 billion

Published Jul 05, 2012 10:23am

A trader counting Pakistani rupees.—File Photo
A trader counting Pakistani rupees.—File Photo

KARACHI: Country's foreign exchange reserves have surged by $272 million to more than $15.236 billion as on June 29, 2012 on foreign receipts.

According State Bank of Pakistan here Thursday, the foreign exchange reserves held by the Central Bank increased to $10.802 billion while reserves held by banks improved to about $4.434 billion during the week.

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