Pakistan Foreign Exchange Reserves hit five years lowest point
LAHORE - Pakistan foreign exchange reserves have hit almost five-year lows of $7.825 billion for the week ended October 19th.
Foreign Reserves have decreased by $264 million due to external debt servicing and other official payment.
According to a weekly statement issued by the central bank on Thursday, the total foreign reserves held by the country stood at $14.296 billion on October 19th.
The forex reserves of the central bank amounted to $7.825 billion, whereas net foreign reserves with commercial banks were recorded at $6.478 billion.