Russia's Gold And Currency Reserves Fixed At USD 32.3 Billion As Of May 4, 2001

Russia's gold and currency reserves constituted USD 32.3 billion as of May 4, 2001, against USD 31.6 billion as of April 27, 2001, an increase of 700 million over a week, the Bank of Russia's foreign and public relations department informed RIA Novosti on Thursday. According to the data provided by the Bank of Russia, Russia's gold and currency reserves increased in the first four months of 2001 from USD 27.972 billion to USD 31.650 billion. The foreign exchange reserves over that period grew from USD 24.264 billion to USD 27.868 billion. In January-April, the volume of gold in Russia's international reserves augmented from USD 3.708 billion to USD 3.782 billion.

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