The Turkish Central Bank’s total reserves exceed $140 billion


The total reserve of the Turkish Central Bank increased by $3.656 billion in the first week of December, reaching $140.1 billion, the highest level ever.

According to Turkish Central Bank data on Thursday, the bank’s total foreign exchange reserves increased by $2.236 billion in the aforementioned period to reach $93.233 billion.

The total gold reserves increased by one billion and 420 million dollars to 46 billion and 916 million dollars.

The increase in total reserves since the end of last May amounted to 41 billion and 691 million dollars, reaching the highest level ever at 140 billion and 149 million dollars.