CBJ Balance Sheet Shrunk by 7.5% over 1st Half of 2016

تم نشره في Tue 19 July / Jul 2016. 11:00 PM
  • Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) Quarters, Amman - (Archives)

AMMAN —Al Ghad— The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ)’s balance of assets and liabilities has decreased by 7.5 per cent, at a sum of JOD1.07 billion, compared to levels by the end of 2015, according to the Bank’s published statistics, indicating CBJ’s Balance Sheet has shrunk to JOD13.25 billion in June, 2016, compared to USD14.32 billion in the end of 2015.

Foreign assets with the Central Bank, the stats show, have decreased by 6 per cent to JOD11.73 billion, so far in 2016, including gold and cash reserves, bonds, and other assets and debt instruments in CBJ’s possession.