FOREX reserves recorded at USD 106.56bn in July.

By bne IntelliNews August 9, 2012
Indonesia's foreign exchange (FOREX) reserves were recorded at USD 106.56bn at the end of July this year, as compared to USD 106.50bn registered at the end of June. As reported by Reuters News, the FOREX reserves had stabilised first time during the period, after weakening over the last few months, as foreign investors sold local assets in exchange for safer instruments such as the USD.

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