Foreign Exchange Reserves in the Bank of Israel, July 2009

05.08.2009
 
Foreign Exchange Reserves in the Bank of Israel, July 2009
 
Israel’s foreign exchange reserves at the end of July 2009 stood at $52,094 million, an increase of $2,109 million from their level at the end of June.
The increase derived from:
  Bank of Israel purchases of $2,100 million on the market, as part of its planned increase in the foreign exchange reserves;
  a revaluation of the reserves plus income, totaling $73 million;
  government transfers from abroad of $14 million.
These were partially offset by a reduction of $78 million due to the private sector.
 
The Bank of Israel Foreign Exchange Reserves
$ million
2007 December 28,460
2008 January 28,616
February 28,485
March 29,442
April 29,382
May 29,843
June 31,268
July 32,512
August 33,641
September 36,148
October 35,165
November 36,855
December 42,336
2009 January 41,756
February 40,640
March 44,155
April 45,076
May 47,550
June 49,985
July 52,094