RTTNews - Malaysian international reserves stood at US$ 91.2 billion as on July 31, unchanged from July 15, the Bank Negara Malaysia said Friday.

The reserves position is sufficient to finance 8.9 months of retained imports and is 3.8 times the short-term external debt, the bank said.

The foreign currency reserves increased to US$ 84.4 billion from US$ 84.3 billion, while gold reserves remained unchanged at US$ 0.4 billion.

Meanwhile, country's reserve position with International Monitory Fund or IMF also stable at US$ 0.4 billion.

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