Korea Official Foreign Reserves at $395.8 Billion in January 2018

Seoul | 5th February 2018

Korea’s official foreign reserves totaled $395.8 billion at the end of January 2018, The Bank of Korea reported.


Korea’s official foreign reserves consisted of securities valued at 368.0 billion dollars (93.0%), deposits of 17.9 billion dollars (4.5%), SDRs of 3.4 billion dollars (0.9%), and the country’s IMF reserve position of 1.6 billion dollars (0.4%), gold of 4.8 billion dollars (1.2%).

Official Press Release by The Bank of Korea

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