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Gold and currency reserves of Ukraine up to USD 16.2 billion in September

International reserves of Ukraine, according to preliminary data as of October 1, 2014, made up USD 16.2 billion, which is 1.71% or USD 272 million up against USD 15.928 billion as of September 1.
The website of the National Bank of Ukraine reads.
“The increase in the volumes of international reserves over September 2014 was influenced by coming of funds on the stand-by program of the International Monetary Fund, allocated in favor of the government of Ukraine (USD 978.42 million) and the National Bank of Ukraine (USD 397.55 million),” the National Bank explains.
The state of gold and currency reserves was influenced also repayment and servicing of public and guaranteed by the state debt in the foreign currency (USD 131.95 million), including in favor of the International Monetary Fund (USD 193.12 million).
In addition, during a month, the NBU carried out on the interbank currency market both the sale of the foreign currency for leveling rate fluctuations (USD 833.74 million), and the purchase for replenishment of international reserves (USD 98.3 million).
The National Bank adds that revenues to the government accounts from international financial organizations and placement of currency government bonds in September made up USD 602.85 million.

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