Net International Reserves Continues To Dip – May 2014


According to the latest available data from the  Bank of Jamaica as at the end of May 2014, Jamaica’s Net International Reserves fell by 120 million US dollar to US$1,164.77 million, this was mainly due to a 204 million US dollar decline in Foreign Assets.

The end of May Reserves are sufficient to purchase 12.66 weeks of Goods & Services based on the estimated value of imports for the 2014/15 fiscal year.


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diGJamaica’s Economy Dashboard has more information including two-year comparisons of Jamaica’s Net International Reserves. Check it out here.