Uzbekistan’s international reserves fall by $230mn in April

By Muzaffar Ismailov in Tashkent May 9, 2023

Uzbekistan's official international reserves as of May 1 amounted to $35.2bn, after a decrease of $230mn m/m.

The FX reserves fell by $181.4mn to $9.93bn, the lowest mark recorded in the past five years.

The value of the gold reserves stood at $24.2bn after a drop of $50mn m/m.

The gold tonnage moved down slightly to 12.2mn troy ounces (379.46 tonnes).

During April, the gold price on world exchanges fluctuated around $2,000 per ounce.

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