The reserves of the Turkish Central Bank rise to 113 billion dollars

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The reserves of the Central Bank of Turkey increased by two billion and 645 million dollars in the week ending on July 14, compared to its predecessor, to reach 113 billion and 62 million dollars.

On Thursday, the central bank published its weekly money and banking statistics.

According to the data, the total foreign exchange reserves of the Central Bank increased until July 14 by one billion and 545 million dollars to reach 71 billion and 381 million dollars, as the total foreign exchange reserves were 69 billion and 836 million dollars on the 7th of the same month.

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In the aforementioned period, gold reserves increased by one billion and 101 million dollars from 40 billion and 580 million dollars to 41 billion and 681 million dollars.

Thus, the total reserves of the Central Bank rose from 110 billion and 416 million dollars to 113 billion and 62 million dollars in the week ending July 14, an increase of two billion and 645 million dollars over the previous week.