December 3 (SeeNews) - The foreign exchange reserves held by Romania's central bank, excluding gold, totalled 32.531 billion euro ($36.9 billion) at the end of November, up from 32.369 billion euro a month earlier, the central bank said on Monday.
Foreign exchange inflows totalled 931 million euro in November, representing changes in credit institutions’ foreign currency-denominated required reserves and inflows into the finance ministry's accounts and other, the central bank, BNR, said in a statement.
Foreign exchange outflows totalled 769 million euro, representing changes in the banks’ foreign currency-denominated required reserves, interest payments and principal repayments on foreign currency-denominated public debt and other.
The gold reserves of the central bank remained unchanged at 103.7 tonnes and were worth 3.599 billion euro at current international prices at the end of November.
The international reserves of Romania, including foreign currencies and gold, totalled 36.130 billion euro as of end-November, up from 35.949 billion euro a month earlier.
Romania will have to pay approximately 137 million euro on its public and publicly guaranteed foreign currency-denominated debt in December.