The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) said Thursday the country's foreign currency reserves were up $32 million in January.
Forex reserves hit $16.774 billion at the end of January against $16.445 billion in December, the CBE said in a press statement.
Egypt's net foreign reserves have plunged more than half the volume since the 2011 revolution, which scared off tourists and investors – both considered main sources of foreign currency for Egypt.
In January 2011, Egypt's net reserves stood at some $36 billion.
Name (required) *
E-mail (required, but will not be published) *
Notify me of follow-up comments
Cleveland pitcher Corey Kluber and catcher Roberto Perez humbled the hard-hitting Chicago Cubs in Tuesday's World Series opener, but will be called…
The facade of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, was lit up in pink Thursday…
It took just seven days for "Wizard of Oz" nostalgics to raise more than $300,000 in a crowdfunding drive to restore Dorothy's…
Powered and Developed by FilmMatters
Copyright © 2016 Arabtoday