Gross International Reserves of the Russian Federation in 2002
Gross International Reserves of the Russian Federation1 in 2002
(US $ mln.)
 
  Gold and foreign exchange reserves of which:
foreign exchange reserves of which: gold
foreign exchange SDRs reserve position in  IMF
31.12.01 36,622 32,542 32,538 3 1 4,080
31.01.02 36,408 32,317 32,312 3 1 4,091
28.02.02 36,860 32,768 32,763 4 1 4,092
31.03.02 37,295 33,179 33,174 4 1 4,116
30.04.02 39,155 35,024 35,019 4 1 4,131
31.05.02 42,227 38,496 38,489 5 1 3, 731

30.06.02

43,579 39,848 39,838 8 2 3,731

31.07.02

43,294 39,564 39,554 8 2 3,731

31.08.02

44,327 40,596 40,587 8 2 3,731

30.09.02

45,619 41,887 41,878 8 2 3,732

31.10.02

46,767 43,034 43,025 8 2 3,733

30.11.02

48,205 44,470 44,467 1 2 3,735

31.12.02

47,793 44,054 44,051 1 2 3,739


1
The international reserves are highly liquid financial assets that the Bank of Russia and Ministry of Finance have at their disposal on the reporting date. The international reserves are made up of monetary gold, special drawing rights (SDR), reserve position at the IMF and foreign exchange. The foreign exchange includes the Bank of Russia’s and Ministry of Finance’s foreign exchange assets in the form of cash, reverse repo with nonresidents, bank deposits at nonresident banks (having not less than A rating by the classification of the Fitch IBCA and Standard and Poor’s or A2 by the classification of the Moody’s) as well as government and other securities issued by nonresidents with a similar rating. Starting from September 1, 1999, a sum equivalent to the balances in foreign currency on the correspondent accounts of resident banks in the Bank of Russia is deducted from the above assets except the funds allocated by the Bank of Russia to the Vneshekonombank for servicing the government foreign debt.


     From August 1, 2002, the data on international reserves are published less of short term liabilities of the Bank of Russia in freely convertible currencies.


Updated January 30, 2003.

 

Russia's International Reserves
(US $ bn.)
(Bank of Russia's current cross-rates as of reporting date)
From July 5, 2002, the data on international reserves are published less of short term liabilities of the Bank of Russia in freely convertible currencies.
 
Date Volume
03.01.03 47.8
27.12.02 47.7
20.12.02 47.9
13.12.02 47.8
06.12.02 47.8
29.11.02 48.2
22.11.02 47.7
15.11.02 47.7
08.11.02 47.1
01.11.02 46.7
25.10.02 46.4
18.10.02 45.5
11.10.02 45.7
04.10.02 45.9
27.09.02 45.4
20.09.02 45.3
13.09.02 44.4
06.09.02 44.2
30.08.02 44.3
23.08.02 44.4
16.08.02 44.7
09.08.02 44.1
02.08.02 43.5
26.07.02 42.6
19.07.02 42.5
12.07.02 42.3
05.07.02 42.0
28.06.02 43.6
21.06.02 43.1
14.06.02 42.5
07.06.02 42.3
31.05.02 42.2
24.05.02 41.7
17.05.02 40.6
10.05.02 40.0
03.05.02 39.4
26.04.02 38.8
19.04.02 38.4
12.04.02 38.1
05.04.02 37.7
29.03.02 37.3
22.03.02 37.5
15.03.02 37.4
08.03.02 37.0
01.03.02 36.7
22.02.02 36.2
15.02.02 36.8
08.02.02 36.6
01.02.02 36.5
25.01.02 36.2
18.01.02 36.5
11.01.02 36.7
04.01.02 36.7
28.12.01 36.5

 

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