In October, international reserves increased by 3.3% – NBU

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As of November 1, 2021, Ukraine’s international reserves, according to preliminary data, amounted to USD 29,654.2 million.

This is reported by UA with reference to the National Bank of Ukraine.

In October, reserves increased by 3.3%. As noted, this was primarily due to foreign exchange earnings in favor of the government and the purchase of foreign currency by the National Bank in the interbank foreign exchange market.

“The current volume of international reserves provides funding for 3.9 months of future imports, which is sufficient to meet Ukraine’s obligations and the current operations of the government and the National Bank” – it is said in the message.

To remind, money transfers from abroad exceeded USD 10 billion since the beginning of the year.

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