International Reserves For April Drops Slightly To US$112.5 Billion

Bank Negara released the country’s international reserves standing which amounted to USS112.5 billion as of 29 April 2022. The Central Bank added that the reserves position is sufficient to finance 5.9 months of imports of goods and services, and is 1.2 times the total short-term external debt.

Breakdown is as follows.

Gold and Foreign Exchange and Other Reserves including SDRs472,598,539,520 *
Malaysian Government Papers12,248,223,112
Deposits with Financial Institutions165,656,940
Loans and Advances23,788,726,958
Land and Buildings4,143,837,564
Other Assets21,124,668,825

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