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The Independent/- The Central Bank of Iraq renewed its assurances to citizens that the continued rise in oil prices in the global market contributes to increasing the cash reserves of hard currency, stressing the rise in Iraq's gold reserves.

And the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Khalaf, stated, in a press statement that the Independent followed, that “the increase in the monetary reserve is linked to the rise in oil prices in the global market and is reflected in the reserves of the Central Bank, which we expect to reach 90 billion dollars at the end of this year.”

He explained, "The cash reserve currently with the Central Bank has reached more than 70 billion dollars."

 
And about the size of Iraq’s gold reserves, the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank confirmed, “We have more than 100 tons of gold reserves currently, indicating that” the increase in gold reserves is not continuously, but rather over relatively long periods.

He added, "We reached to increase this number a short time ago by 30 tons, which led to the rise of Iraq's classification in the global gold list, ahead of other countries."

The Central Bank of Iraq, late last month, announced that Iraq had advanced among the list of countries with the most gold reserves, bringing its total possessions to (130.39) tons, ranking thirty in the world and fourth in the Arab world.

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The Central Bank Announces The Rise Of Its Cash Reserves To $ 82 Billion

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The Central Bank of Iraq revealed on Thursday that monetary reserves rose to $ 82 billion, as well as increasing its balance of gold to record levels.

Central Bank spokesman Omar Assem said in a statement reported by the official newspaper "Al-Sabah" and seen by Al-Maalouma, that "the bank's reserves currently amount to $ 82 billion."

Asim added that "Iraq also advanced 10 places within the table of the most countries holding gold to become the thirtieth place globally and the fourth place in the Arab world, where the total of what it owns exceeded 130 tons, after buying an additional 34 tons, and this came within the bank's policy to achieve stability and the ability to face local and international economic changes."

Gold is one of the most important assets held by central banks and international financial institutions, because of its acceptability at the level of international dealing. End/25

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Central Bank: Iraq advances 10 ranks in the list of countries with the most gold
 

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The Central Bank of Iraq revealed that cash reserves have risen to $82 billion, as well as an increase in its gold balance to record levels.  

  

  

Expectations indicate that reserves will grow more and reach the threshold of $90 billion by the end of this year, a record level for Iraq.  

  

The official spokesman of the Central Bank, Omar Asim, said in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by "Nass" (August 11, 2022), that "the bank's reserves currently amount to 82 billion dollars."  

  

He added that "Iraq also advanced 10 ranks in the table of countries with the most gold, to be in the thirtieth place globally and fourth in the Arab world, as its total possessions exceeded 130 tons, after purchasing an additional 34 tons, and this came as part of the bank's policy to achieve stability and the ability to face economic changes." local and international.  

  

Gold is one of the most important assets held by central banks and international financial institutions, due to its acceptance at the level of international dealings.  

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{Economic: Al Furat News} The Central Bank of Iraq revealed the increase in its cash reserves, as well as the increase in its gold balance to record levels.

The official spokesman for the Central Bank, Omar Asim, said that "the bank's reserves currently amount to 82 billion dollars."
He added that "Iraq also advanced 10 ranks in the table of countries with the most gold in possession, to become the thirty-first globally and fourth in the Arab world, as its total possessions exceeded 130 tons, after purchasing an additional 34 tons, and this came within the bank's policy to achieve stability and the ability to face economic changes." local and international.
Expectations indicate that reserves will grow more and reach the threshold of $90 billion by the end of this year, a record level for Iraq.

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On Thursday, the Central Bank of Iraq revealed that cash reserves had risen to $82 billion, as well as an increase in its gold balance to record levels.

The official spokesman for the Central Bank, Omar Asim, said in a statement to the official newspaper, that "the bank's reserves currently amount to 82 billion dollars." He added that "Iraq also advanced 10 ranks in the table of countries with the most gold, to be in the thirtieth place globally and fourth in the Arab world, as its total possessions exceeded 130 tons, after purchasing an additional 34 tons, and this came as part of the bank's policy to achieve stability and ability to face economic changes." local and international.”

Gold is one of the most important assets held by central banks and international financial institutions, due to its acceptability at the level of international dealings.

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The Central Bank of Iraq revealed that cash reserves have risen to $82 billion, as well as an increase in its gold balance to record levels.  

The official spokesman for the Central Bank, Omar Asim, said in a statement to the official newspaper, which was followed by (the Fourth), that "the bank's reserves currently amount to 82 billion dollars."  

He added that "Iraq also advanced 10 ranks in the table of countries with the most gold, to become the thirtieth in the world and fourth in the Arab world, as its total possessions exceeded 130 tons, after purchasing an additional 34 tons, and this came as part of the bank's policy to achieve stability and ability to face economic changes. local and international.” 

Expectations indicate that reserves will grow more and reach the threshold of $90 billion by the end of this year, a record level for Iraq. 

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Central Bank of Iraq reserves return to levels before ISIS war

Central Bank of Iraq reserves return to levels before ISIS war

The Central Bank of Iraq (CBI). Photo: CBI press office

Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) – The Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) announced that its cash reserves rose to 82 billion USD, which is the level prior to ISIS war, and advanced 10 ranks in the list of countries with the largest gold reserves in the world, with 130 tons.

The spokesperson for the Central Bank of Iraq, Omar Essam, indicated that the bank’s cash reserves rose to 82 billion USD, and is expected to reach 90 billion USD by the end of 2022.

The bank’s cash reserves witnessed a significant decrease after the Ministry of Finance withdrew 12 trillion dinars in a first step, and 14 trillion dinars in a second step at the end of 2020 because of the financial crisis caused by the Corona pandemic and the drop in oil prices.

In regards to gold reserves, Essam explained that Iraq possesses 130 tons of gold, and is among the countries with the largest gold reserves. He added that Iraq is now ranked the 30th globally and the fourth in the Arab world.

Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, elaborated that Iraq’s reserves before the ISIS war ranged between 81-82 billion USD, but they decreased after the ISIS war to about 38 billion USD during the times of former prime ministers Haider Al-Abadi and Adel Abdul Mahdi.

Cougar also talked about gold reserves and mentioned that the world is heading towards gold and not the US dollar as a reserve for central banks. He added that the reserves were in gold before they become in US dollars.

Cougar indicated that there is a Russian-Chinese effort to end the dominance of the US dollar and restore the position of gold, clarifying that there are countries that fear that the dollar will lose its position.

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The Central Bank indicates an increase in gold reserves by about 30 tons
 

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On Sunday, the Central Bank announced an increase in gold reserves by 30 tons.   

 

  

The deputy governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Khalaf, said in a statement to the official agency, followed by “Nas” (August 21, 2022): “The rise in the central bank’s reserves came as a result of the rise in international oil prices, and this is reflected in the rise in reserves,” expecting “the reserve to reach $90 billion at the end of the year.” current year".  

  

He added that "the current reserves of the Central Bank amounted to more than 80 billion dollars," noting that "the gold reserves amounted to more than 131 tons, as it increased by about 30 tons, and this led to a high ranking of Iraq globally."  

  

He stated that "gold is not increased continuously, but rather through long periods."  

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Iraqi gold reserves rise to 131 tons

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, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Khalaf, expected today, Sunday, that the cash reserves of the Central Bank will reach 90 billion dollars at the end of this year, while he indicated an increase in gold reserves by 30 tons.

Khalaf told the official news agency, Mawazine News, that "the rise in the central bank's reserves came as a result of the rise in international oil prices, and this is reflected in the rise in reserves," expecting "the reserves to reach 90 billion dollars by the end of this year."

He added that "the current reserves of the Central Bank amounted to more than 80 billion dollars," noting that "the gold reserves amounted to more than 131 tons, as it increased by about 30 tons, and this led to a high ranking of Iraq globally."

He stated that "gold is not increased continuously, but rather through long periods." Ended 29 / AD 99

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th_65d1300db123ce22f6e2569fb36764f8_cbi_Today, Sunday, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ammar Khalaf, announced that the cash reserve has risen to more than 80 billion dollars, noting that the gold reserves amounted to more than 131 tons.

According to the Iraqi News Agency, Khalaf expected the central bank's cash reserves to reach $90 billion by the end of this year.

The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq explained that "the rise in the reserves of the Central Bank came as a result of the rise in international oil prices, and this is reflected in the rise in the reserves."

As for gold reserves, Khalaf pointed out that "gold is not increased continuously, but rather over long periods."

He stressed that "gold reserves amounted to more than 131 tons, increasing by 30 tons."

The Iraqi official pointed out that this led to a high ranking of Iraq in the world.

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Iraq expects reserves to rise to $90 billion by the end of 2022 (Getty)
 

The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ammar Khalaf, said today, Sunday, that the country's foreign exchange reserves exceeded 80 billion dollars, and expected to reach 90 billion by the end of the year.

Khalaf added, to the official Iraqi News Agency, that the bank's gold reserves increased by 30 tons to record more than 131 tons in total.

 

And the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, revealed at the end of last July, that during the two years of the government’s life, the Central Bank’s reserves were less than 50 billion dollars, and at the end of July it reached 76 billion dollars, and it will reach 90 billion dollars at the end of this year.

 

Al-Kazemi explained in a press conference, that the Iraqi government has no intention of moving towards changing the dinar exchange rate.

Member of the Iraqi Parliament’s Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, said in previous statements to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that the oil price jumps saved the Iraqi economy from collapse, and when oil prices fell and the price of a barrel reached about $20, the government turned to taking large amounts of cash reserves, It relied on internal and external borrowing, as well as changing the exchange rate and providing an austerity budget.

He added that the rise taking place today enabled the Iraqi economy to restore its monetary activity, raise reserve rates, and pay large sums of debts owed internally and externally.

He pointed out that the government should benefit from the rise in oil prices, and allocate the surplus to support the investment side, because the state is still spending 75 percent of its budget for the operational side, expenses and salaries, and all these expenses have no financial return.

(Reuters, The New Arab)

 
 
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Today, Sunday, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Khalaf, expected the central bank’s cash reserves to reach 90 billion dollars at the end of this year, while he indicated an increase in gold reserves by 30 tons.

Khalaf told the Iraqi News Agency that "the rise in the central bank's reserves came as a result of the rise in international oil prices, and this is reflected in the rise in reserves," expecting "the reserve to reach 90 billion dollars by the end of this year."

He added that "the current reserves of the Central Bank amounted to more than 80 billion dollars," noting that "the gold reserves amounted to more than 131 tons, as it increased by about 30 tons, and this led to a high ranking of Iraq globally."

He stated that "gold is not increased continuously, but rather through long periods."

 

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Central banks around the world continue to add gold to their reserves. Since the beginning of the year until the end of last June, it expanded its gold holdings by 270 tons.

On his part, Polish National Bank Governor Adam Glapinski summed up why central banks hold gold, saying: “Gold is the safest reserve asset: it diversifies geopolitical risks and is an anchor of confidence, especially in times of stress and crisis.”

A spokesman for the Hungarian Central Bank said that gold increases financial stability and enhances market confidence.

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In keeping with the historical role of gold, it remains one of the safest instruments in the world which, even under normal market conditions, is known for its stability and reliability.”

Poland's central bank has been one of the biggest buyers in recent years, along with Hungary, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkey and India, according to schiffgold and seen by Al Arabiya.net.

Below are the 20 largest gold hoarders in the world based on the latest data from the World Gold Council.

United States - 8,133.5 tons

Germany - 3,355.1 tons

Italy - 2,451.8 tons

France - 2436.6 tons

Russia - 2298.5 tons

China - 1948.3 tons

Switzerland - 1040.0 tons

Japan - 846.0 tons

India - 768.8 tons

Netherlands - 612.5 tons

Turkey - 457.7 tons

Taiwan - 423.6 tons

Kazakhstan - 383.9 tons

Portugal - 382.6 tons

Uzbekistan - 363.9 tons

Saudi Arabia - 323.1 tons

United Kingdom - 310.3 tons

Lebanon - 286.8 tons

Spain - 281.6 tons

Austria - 280.0 tons

The IMF also owns 2,814.0 tons of gold, which would have put it third in the world if it were considered a country. The European Central Bank owns 504.8 tons of gold, ranking 12th among the countries.

 
 

 

 


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ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Iraq’s Central Bank expects its cash reserves to reach $90 billion by the end of 2022, an official from the bank said on Sunday.

“The rise in the central bank’s reserves comes as a result of increasing global oil prices,” Deputy Director of the bank, Ammar Khalaf told Iraqi state media, adding that they expect the bank’s reserves to reach $90 billion at the end of the year.

Khalaf added that the current reserves of the bank exceed $80 billion and its gold reserves exceed 131 tons, following a 30 ton increase.

The country’s cash reserves has already increased significantly in comparison to last year.

The Central Bank in December said that their reserves stood at $64 billion.

Global oil prices have soared amid shortfall fears following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, with the US repeatedly urging members of the Organization for the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to increase their oil production in efforts to stabilize the market. Iraq is also part of the agreement on production levels.

The Iraqi government is dependent on oil revenues to cover its costs and pay the salaries of civil servants. Despite suffering in much of 2021 due to record low oil prices, the country’s economy is once again booming as oil prices are increasing globally.

In its monthly report, the Iraqi ministry of oil revealed that the country exported nearly 102.4 million barrels of crude oil in the month of July, with an average export rate of 3.3 million barrels per day, and the revenue earned in the month reached $10.6 billion.

Iraq pocketed an estimated 61.371 billion dollars from oil exports in the first sixth months of 2022, almost doubling the figures from the first half of 2021 which was 33 billion dollars.

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Economists expect the surplus to reach $20 billion by the end of 2022

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Economists expected that Iraq's cash surplus would reach about $20 billion at the end of this year, pointing out that the central bank's reserve has now reached $90 billion, while noting that the lack of approval of the budget law will prevent Iraq from investment spending.

Iraq currently relies on Federal Financial Management Law No. 6 of 2019 amended to conduct its financial affairs through the monthly allocation of public spending according to the same rates as last year due to the lack of approval of the budget.

The economic expert, Ahmed Saddam, said in an interview with Al-Mada that "the recent rise in oil prices gives rise to optimism and hope for achieving more financial revenues for the public treasury."

Saddam added, "The relative stability will not last long, and what is required in the economic policy in Iraq is to have a sovereign fund, as is the case in other countries."

He pointed out, "This fund is directed to large projects that can create added value and solve many economic problems in Iraq."

Saddam pointed out that "the rise helped achieve a large reserve for the Central Bank of $90 billion," noting that "official expectations indicate the possibility of achieving a surplus at the end of this year of up to $20 billion."

He stressed, "The expected surplus, with the presence of political and economic stability, can be directed towards projects that contribute to improving the economic reality and reduce the severity of the shocks to which the Iraqi economy is exposed due to the heavy dependence on oil."

Saddam stressed, "Prices will drop in the future, and these are well-known economic cycles, and therefore what is required is the existence of policies towards diversifying the economy, and they need pillars and legislation that stimulate foreign direct investment."

And he continues, that "economic development in Iraq can be based on the oil sector itself, but through industries related to this sector."

Saddam noted that "the establishment of petrochemical industries can stimulate other industries such as refining," noting that "such projects can create a lot of income, generate a lot of job opportunities and preserve economic activities."

He believed, "Such industries stimulate the level of economic growth dependent on oil, but this in itself is a great value. Instead of exporting all crude oil, there will be a large share of oil production that will be transformed into refined products and turned into petrochemical industries."

Saddam went on to say that "the existence of such industries can stimulate other industries, such as plastics, and this is an important issue that many international experiences have persisted in so that it stems from the competitive advantage that characterizes the economy."

For his part, the other economic expert, Safwan Qusay, stated that "the lack of political agreement significantly affected the economic situation, and this was evident through the failure to pass the budget law for the current year."

Qusay added, "The delay contributed to the complexity of the current government's business when it moved to the caretaker, as it could neither make transfers nor spend higher than the actual spending for 2021."

He pointed out that "current spending last year was 90 trillion dinars, which means that spending will continue at the same level."

Qusay stated, "Investment spending will be disrupted, although it is in line with the Iraqi economy, which suffers from desertification in the decrease of job opportunities and the migration of farmers as a result of the lack of water."

He finds, "Iraq had to approve a budget that responds to these variables," noting that "the law of emergency support for food security approved by the House of Representatives earlier contributed to supporting the Iraqi economy by launching 17 billion dollars at the level of achieving food security and settling energy dues with The Iranian side has allocated 8 trillion to the provinces to break the partial bottlenecks.”

Qusay stressed, “The country will enter 2023 in the shadow of this political conflict without an investment budget, and there is a problem that if projects are left without funding, the implementers will withdraw and consequently we will suffer losses as a result of this withdrawal.”

And he added, “Parliament has to think of a legal tool that accompanies the process of dissolving it if a solution is resorted to, so that the current government or others can continue with investment spending.”

Qusay went on to say that "there is one window to settle this issue through self-financing funds that have the possibility, through their boards of directors, to finance these projects, or have partners in implementation through the stock market."

Qusay went on to say that “leaving the issue without thinking about the future, the level of danger will rise, and we do not know whether the next government after the elections can implement the program to address these errors.”

It is noteworthy that Iraq failed to approve the current year’s budget due to the many political differences, and had previously failed to approve the 2014 and 2020 budgets.

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The Central Bank of Iraq announces the realization of the largest reserve in its history

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The Central Bank of Iraq announced, on Thursday, the achievement of the largest reserve in its history, with a number exceeding 87 billion dollars.

And the Central Bank's advisor, Ihsan Shamran Al-Yasiri, said in a statement followed by Noon News Agency, that "the reserves of the Central Bank exceeded 87 billion dollars, which is the largest number that the reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq reach."

He stressed, "The Iraqi currency is very strong, because the reserves constitute 13,0% of the source of circulation from the funds in banks and others, in addition to its function to meet the requirements of traders to import goods."

He pointed out, "All uncontrolled government spending indirectly affects the reserve and decreases it."

He expressed his hope that "the reserves will exceed $100 billion."

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The Central Bank of Iraq announced on Thursday the achievement of the largest reserve in its history with a figure exceeding $ 87 billion.

Central Bank adviser Ihsan Shamran al-Yasiri told the official news agency that "the central bank's reserves exceeded $ 87 billion, which is the largest figure reached by the reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq."

"The Iraqi currency is very strong because reserves constitute 130 percent of the source of circulation from funds in banks and others, in addition to its function to meet the requirements of traders to import goods," he said.

He explained that "the reserve is not an absolute number for the recovery of the economy, as it previously reached 40 billion, and the economy was recovering, as the lesson is in the financial guidance and fiscal discipline that the state contributes to conduct."

He pointed out that "every uncontrolled government spending indirectly affects the reserve and lacks it," expressing the hope that "the reserve will exceed $ 100 billion."


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Mazhar Mohamed Saleh for / Nina / : currency and gold reserves .. Coverage of the country's short-term foreign debt

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Baghdad /Nina/ Financial expert adviser to Prime Minister Mazhar Mohammed Saleh confirmed that currency and gold reserves.. Coverage of the country's short-term foreign debt. He told the Iraqi National News Agency 
The efficiency of those reserves is seen by various indicators such as the percentage of coverage of foreign reserves for domestic cash source, or the percentage of coverage of foreign reserves for the country's foreign debt and its services due short-term.
Saleh added that these indicators all confirm today that the country's foreign exchange reserves, which amounted to a value of about $85 billion in monetary gold, are of a high level of efficiency and represent a real monetary stability for the country. He explained that the country's reserves were managed according to the standard investment manuals approved globally and in various major existing currencies and invested in the best international financial instruments with a high credit rating and low risk and are considered one of the work of the country's foreign monetary policy.
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CBI announces cash reserves exceeds 87 billion USD

CBI announces cash reserves exceeds 87 billion USD

The Central Bank of Iraq. Photo: Iraqi News Agency

Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) – The Central Bank of Iraq announced on Thursday that the country’s cash reserves reached a historical level as it exceeded 87 billion USD, according to statements reported by the Iraqi News Agency (INA).

 The CBI advisor, Ihsan Shamran Al-Yasiri, told INA that the current cash reserves are the highest, and confirmed that the value of the Iraqi currency is higher than its real value by 130 percent.

Al-Yasiri indicated that the Iraqi currency is very strong because the cash reserves represent 130 percent of the funds in banks and other financial institutions, in addition to its function to meet the requirements of traders to import goods.  

Al-Yasiri explained that the cash reserves are not an indicator for economic recovery. He added that the country’s economy was recovered previously while cash reserves were only 40 billion USD.

Al-Yasiri elaborated that the financial measures taken by the government are important to contribute to the economic recovery.

Al-Yasiri also mentioned that uncontrolled government spending indirectly affects the cash reserve. He expressed his hope that the reserve will exceed 100 billion USD.

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