News/Reserves

Central Bank of Argentina borrows $814m through China swap line

Central Banking | 31 Oct 2014

Argentina’s central bank has activated is currency swap agreement with China, and will receive the equivalent of $814 million in a move that will boost its currency reserves

Topics: Central Bank of Argentina, Central Bank of China, Argentina, China

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Sarb’s Marais hails 'smooth rollout' of onshore renminbi programme

Central Banking | 31 Oct 2014

Topics: South African Reserve Bank, People's Bank of China, Chinese renminbi (RMB)

Uganda eyes short-term foreign liabilities as reserves measure

Central Banking | 30 Oct 2014

Topics: Uganda, Bank of Uganda, Reserves, quantitative easing

Bank of Russia to offer $50 billion through new FX repos

Central Banking | 16 Oct 2014

Topics: Russia, Bank of Russia, Ruble, Exchange rate

SNB speaks out against 'gold initiative'

Central Banking | 09 Oct 2014

Topics: Swiss National Bank, Switzerland, Gold

Supreme Court clears Central Bank of Sri Lanka over Greek investment

Central Banking | 29 Sep 2014

Topics: Sri Lanka, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Ajith Nivard Cabraal, Bonds, Sovereign debt, Greece

Central Bank of Turkey quadruples amount of forex on offer in daily auctions

Central Banking | 26 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, Turkey, Exchange rate, Emerging markets

Central Bank of Hungary digs into reserves to supply banks with foreign currency

Central Banking | 25 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Hungary, Hungary, Swiss franc, euro

Argentinian government will use 42% of central bank’s dollar reserves in 2015

Central Banking | 22 Sep 2014

Topics: Banco Central de la Republica Argentina, Argentina, Debt

PBoC signs $1.63bn swap deal with Central Bank of Sri Lanka

Central Banking | 22 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka, China, People's Bank of China, Zhou Xiaochuan, Ajith Nivard Cabraal, Chinese renminbi (RMB)

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