SBP reserves fall by $31m

Published October 15, 2021
A file view of the State Bank of Pakistan. — Dawn
A file view of the State Bank of Pakistan. — Dawn

KARACHI: The foreign exchange reserves of the State Bank of Pakistan fell further by $31 million to $19.138 billion during the week ended on Oct 8, the central bank announced on Thursday.

The overall reserves of the country were $25.969bn while the holdings of the commercial banks were $$6.831bn during the week.

Published in Dawn, October 15th, 2021

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