The Bank of Israel Foreign Exchange Reserves, August 2007

2.9.2007
 
The Bank of Israel Foreign Exchange Reserves, August 2007
 
Israel’s foreign exchange reserves at the end of August 2007 stood at $ 28,835 million, a rise of $ 517 million from their level at the end of July 2007. This rise was caused mainly by private sector transfers from abroad and the Bank of Israel income from investment of the reserves, partly offset by government transfers to abroad
 
The Bank of Israel Foreign Exchange Reserves
2005 December 27,858
2006 January 28,095
February 28,040
March 27,896
April 27,833
May 28,071
June 27,345
July 27,981
August 27,941
September 27,615
October 27,372
November 28,534
December 29,055
2007 January 28,485
February 30,801
March 30,503
April 29,864
May 28,439
June 28,963
July 28,318
August 28,835