Morocco’s net international reserves amounted to MAD 251.7 billion until September 30, 2016, recording a 17.7 % increase on an annual basis, Bank Al-Maghrib said.
The reserves recorded a 0.3 % weekly increase, the central bank pointed out in its weekly indicators.
During the week of September 29-October 5, 2016, the central bank injected MAD 22.3 billion.
Over the course of this period, the interbank rose to 2.28 %, while the average daily exchanged volume increased from MAD 1.9 billion to MAD 3.8 billion.
During the same period, the Dirham remained stable against the euro and the dollar.