special drawing rights


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reserve assets in the International Monetary Fund

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The Pula basket, it says, comprises of the South African Rand and the IMF's Special Drawing Rights (SDR) consisting of the US Dollar, Japanese Yen, Chinese Renminbi, Euro and the British Pound.
SAMA's total assets include outside foreign investments in financial instruments, foreign currencies and deposits abroad, reserves at the International Monetary Fund, the special drawing rights and of course, gold.
8 billion euros, monetary gold accounted for approximately 273 million euros, cash and deposits 154 million euros and special drawing rights 1.
The reserves mainly consist of securities and deposits denominated in foreign currencies and gold, as well as reserve positions and special drawing rights Japan holds at the International Monetary Fund.
1 million units of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) to contribute to financing this 4th phase.
Stiglitz says there should be an immediate expansion of the system of special drawing rights and calls for the world's 20 leading economies to take the lead.
The French president had called for reforms that would consider the replacement of the dollar as a reserve currency and consideration of the longer-term use of the IMF's Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) as a reserve asset.
7 million Special Drawing Rights (SDR) equivalent to JA$8 billion (just under US$94 million), reports JIS (June 25, 2010).
89 billion, while the Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) stood at $4.
The amendment to Resolution 600b standardizes the application of the 19 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) per kilogram Montreal Convention liability limit to all routes worldwide.
A number of measures can be taken to strengthen international monetary systems," in particular better surveillance of capital flows, stronger financial safety nets and greater use of special drawing rights, said Dominique Strauss-Kahn, head of the International Monetary Fund, after a central bankers' conference in Zurich, on 11 May.
Were going to provide some ideas, built around a Green Fund devoted to finance 100 billion dollars (72 billion Euros) a year which is the figure currently accepted for addressing the problem based on the capitalisation coming from central banks, backed by special drawing rights issued by the Fund, he said.
It added that the funding took place through the allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDR) to IMF members that are participants in the SDRs Department in proportion to their existing quotas in the fund, which are based broadly on their relative size in the global economy.
Bulgaria has received from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 474 586 534 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), equivalent to about 517 million euro, Darik Radio said.
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has backed an allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) equivalent to $250 billion to provide liquidity to the global economic system by supplementing the fund's 186 member countries' foreign exchange reserves.
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