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  Av 19, 5772 , 07/08/12

July Foreign Currency Reserves $75.3 Billion

The Bank of Israel reported, Tuesday, that its foreign currency reserves at the end of July stood at $75.3 billion.

A media release by the bank said the $267 million increase was a result of $265 million in government transfers from abroad and $101 million derived from private sector transactions, offset by a $99 million downward revaluation.

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