Poland’s intl reserves rise 2% m/m in July
Poland saw its international reserves go up by 2% on a monthly basis to PLN 448.68 billion for July 2019, bne Intellinews reported referring to data provided by the National Bank of Poland (NBP).
In comparison, in June, the country’s international reserves dropped by 3.7% month-on-month. At the end of July, foreign exchange accounted for 89.8% of all the reserves.
They grew by 1.6% month-on-month to PLN 402.76 billion. In July, the country's reserve position in the IMF went up by 16.8% month-on-month to PLN 3.87 billion, bne Intellinews added.Original source: bne Intellinews