Venezuela reserves at highest for almost 3 years

During the last week, Venezuela's international reserves rose by 59m dollars to reach 17.34bn dollars, the central bank announced. Meanwhile, funds in the macroeconomic stabilisation fund (FIEM) increased by 3m dollars to stand at 3.22bn dollars. Combined reserves are thus 20.56bn dollars, the highest level in 34 months, rising 62m dollars in the week.

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