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Forex reserves cross $45 billion

Dhaka, May 4: A record number of foreign currencies came into the country even during the coronavirus pandemic. At the end of the day on Monday (May 3), foreign exchange reserves reached USD 45.10 billion for the first time. With this reserve of the central bank, the import cost of the next 12 months can be met.

Forex reserves set to cross $45 billion

Dhaka, April 29: Despite the epidemic, Bangladesh Bank's foreign exchange reserves are reaching the milestone of USD 45 billion. At the end of the day on Wednesday (April 28), the reserves stood at USD 44.85 billion, which is more than ever before. This important indicator of the economy will soon cross USD 45 billion, said Md. Sirajul Islam, Executive Director and Spokesperson of Bangladesh Bank.

Forex reserves cross $44 billion

Dhaka, February 25: Bangladesh's foreign exchange reserves exceeded the 44 billion milestone during the epidemic, relying on remittances sent by expatriates. At the end of the day on Wednesday, Bangladesh Bank's reserves stood at USD 44.028 billion, which is more than at any time in the past.

Foreign exchange reserve exceeds $42 billion

Dhaka, December 16: Foreign exchange reserves exceeded USD 42 billion, more than at any time in the past. At the end of the day on Tuesday (December 15), Bangladesh Bank's reserves stood at USD 42.03 billion. According to the central bank, reserves have increased by more than USD 1,000 crore in the last one year.