Foreign Exchange Reserves and the Reserve Bank’s Balance Sheet

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Christian Vallence;
  • Subject: foreign exchange reserves; foreign currency reserves; reserves management; Reserve Bank of Australia; balance sheet risk; Reserves adequacy

The Reserve Bank of Australia holds and manages the nation’s foreign exchange reserve assets in order to meet its policy objectives. While Australia’s foreign exchange reserves are relatively modest by international standards, they nonetheless constitute a sizeable port... View more
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