Uzbekistan’s Reserves Reached $36.6 Billion in May.

The Central Bank of Uzbekistan has stated that its gold and hard currency reserves reached in excess of $36 billion in May, an increase of over $1.5 billion compared to the previous month. However, the physical volume of gold in reserves decreased by 11.4 million troy ounces.

Furthermore, the volume of the regulator’s deposits with the central banks of other countries and the International Monetary Fund increased significantly and amounted to $422.7 million. The amount of funds in the accounts of other foreign financial institutions also increased by $1.2 billion.

The Times of Central Asia previously reported that as of March 1st, 2024, Uzbekistan’s official reserves amounted to $32.19 billion, having decreased by $2.37 billion in January and February.


Times of Central Asia