The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority’s net foreign asstes were $501bn as of end-July, down $5bn (1%) from the end June figure but up a touch from the $495bn year-ago level. Having peaked at $746bn in August 2014, Saudi reserves lost 35% over the following three years but have stabilized since mid-2017 thanks to higher oil prices.
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