Mexico’s international reserves grow to $ 186.655 million

The Bank of Mexico (Banxico) reported that the country’s international reserves increased by $ 527 million during the week that ended on April 30, accumulating an amount of $ 186,655 million.

With this result, he added, the reserves add up to an increase of 5,778 million dollars so far this year.

The issuing bank explained that the variation in the international reserve was the result of the sale of dollars of Petóleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to Banco de México for 350 million dollars and an increase of 177 million dollars, mainly due to the change in valuation of the international assets of the central institute.

Source: Forbes Mexico.