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Egypt’s foreign reserves hit a record $42.5bn at the end of February (see chart). The latest contribution came from a $4bn Eurobond launched last month( MEES, 16 February ).
Reserves have leapt since November 2016’s $12bn loan agreement and the subsequent flotation of the Egyptian pound. This led the currency to immediately halve in value but also led to a leap in inward investment. In December Cairo received a third $2bn tranche under the IMF deal, bringing total disbursements to $6bn. (CONTINUED - 114 WORDS)
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|chart||Egypt’s Foreign Reserves Hit New All-Time High Of $42.5bn At End-February ($Bn, End Period)|