Brazil: IMF Credit Outstanding
from January 01, 1991 to October 31, 1991

The SDR is an international reserve asset created by the IMF in 1969 and serves as its unit of account. The currency value of the SDR is determined by summing the values in U.S. dollars of a basket of major currencies.


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(in SDRs)
Date GRA Purchases PRGT 1/2/ Totals
October 31, 1991  1,012,122,923  0  1,012,122,923
September 30, 1991  1,012,122,923  0  1,012,122,923
August 31, 1991  1,032,909,381  0  1,032,909,381
July 31, 1991  1,071,867,714  0  1,071,867,714
June 30, 1991  1,071,867,714  0  1,071,867,714
May 31, 1991  1,095,258,339  0  1,095,258,339
April 30, 1991  1,196,560,422  0  1,196,560,422
March 31, 1991  1,196,560,422  0  1,196,560,422
February 28, 1991  1,264,096,880  0  1,264,096,880
January 31, 1991  1,279,680,213  0  1,279,680,213

1/ Includes loans under the Structural Adjustment Facility and Trust Fund.
2/ Formerly PRGF-ESF.

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Brazil: Financial Position in the Fund