Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Russia, Sistemi Economici

Russia. Riserva Valutarie a 420.1 miliardi Usd.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.


Banca Centrale Russia 001

The Central Bank of the Russian Federation ha rilasciato l’aggiornamento settimanale delle riserve valutarie.


Il dodici gennaio le riserve valutarie russe ammontavano a 377.7 miliardi: da tale data ad oggi sono aumentate di 42.4 miliardi, con una variazione percentuale di [100 * 420.1 – 377.7) / 377.7)] = 11.22%.


La composizione delle riserve nelle sue principali componenti è così ripartita: valute estere 338.578 miliardi e 70.037 oro lingotti. Si noti come un anno fa le riserve auree ammontassero a 64.520 miliardi di dollari.


Sarebbe suggeribile aver letto la seguente documentazione:

Methodological Notes to International Reserves of the Russian Federation.


On Bank of Russia monetary policy

Monetary policy constitutes an integral part of the state policy and is aimed at enhancing wellbeing of Russian citizens. The Bank of Russia implements monetary policy in the framework of inflation targeting regime, and sees price stability, albeit sustainably low inflation, as its priority. Given structural peculiarities of the Russian economy, the target is to reduce inflation to 4% by 2017 and maintain it within that range in the medium run.

The monetary policy affects the economy through interest rates, its main parameter being the Bank of Russia key rate. Taking into account the pass-through effect of the monetary policy on the economy, central bank decisions are based on the economic outlook and assessment of risks to achieve the inflation target over the mid-term horizon, and also on possible threats to sustainable economic growth and financial stability.

The Bank of Russia maintains energetic communication policy, clarifying the motives and expected outcome of its monetary policy decisions, as public awareness of these efforts may enhance their effectiveness.


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