Russia's international reserves for the week rose by $1.5 billion

Russia’s international reserves on 3 July was $569,8 billion, follows from the materials of the Central Bank. As of 26 June, they totaled $568,3 billion So during the week they showed an increase of 0.3%, or $1.5 billion In the Bank of Russia said that the reserves increased due to positive revaluation, partially offset by the sale of foreign currency on the domestic foreign exchange market. The previous week, the reserves rose by $0.5 billion.

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