MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s foreign reserves have risen by $5.81 billion to nearly $169.33 billion this year, with all figures as of Aug. 9, the Bank of Mexico said Tuesday.
Gold and foreign currency reserves rose by $277 million in the week of Aug. 5-9, the central bank said.
The money supply fell by 7.41 billion pesos (about $580 million) to 769.58 billion pesos ($60.26 billion) last week.
The money supply contracted by 76.43 billion pesos (about $5.9 billion) from Jan. 1 to Aug. 9, the Bank of Mexico said. EFE