Kazakh gold/forex reserves up to $2.65 bln

KAZAKHSTAN - Kazakhstan's net gold and foreign currency reserves grew to $2.650 billion on April 15 from $2.625 billion on 31 March, the central bank said on Wednesday.

It said the Central Asian state's total international reserves, which also include the National Fund popularly tagged "the fund for future generations", stood at $4.180 billion on April 15, having risen 6.2 percent since 31 March.

The bank said Kazakhstan's net foreign currency reserves had increased by $26.9 million to $2.119

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