Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) Allocations and Holdings
for all members from January 01, 1991 to December 31, 1991


The SDR is an international reserve asset created by the IMF in 1969 to supplement to existing reserve assets. An SDR allocation is a distribution of SDRs to members by decision of the IMF. A "general" allocation requires a finding by the IMF that there is a global need to additional liquidity. Members and prescribed holders may use their SDR holdings to conduct transactions with the IMF.


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(in SDRs)
Date SDR Holdings SDR Allocations
 December 31, 1991         21,472,690,929   21,433,330,200
 November 30, 1991         21,476,076,677   21,433,330,200
 October 31, 1991         21,471,251,382   21,433,330,200
 September 30, 1991         21,472,172,124   21,433,330,200
 August 31, 1991         21,474,939,852   21,433,330,200
 July 31, 1991         21,467,787,061   21,433,330,200
 June 30, 1991         21,467,787,061   21,433,330,200
 May 31, 1991         21,468,599,282   21,433,330,200
 April 30, 1991         21,463,625,593   21,433,330,200
 March 31, 1991         21,465,117,317   21,433,330,200
 February 28, 1991         21,485,909,421   21,433,330,200
 January 31, 1991         21,477,892,127   21,433,330,200

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