Central African Republic: IMF's Holdings of Currency
from January 01, 2001 to May 31, 2001

The currency holdings of the IMF are the resources held at the disposal of the IMF in the IMF No. 1 Account, No. 2 Account, and Securities Account in depositories designated by its member countries. These currency holdings are obtained as a result of members’ quota payments and transactions between the IMF and members.

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(in SDRs)
Date Securities Nbr 1 Account Nbr 2 Account CVA Account CVA Nbr 2 Account Total Holdings
May 31, 200144,294,43412,307,1706,113-1,012,899-10955,594,709
April 30, 200144,294,43412,307,1706,113-1,012,899-10955,594,709
March 31, 200143,501,77512,086,9306,0030055,594,708
February 28, 200143,501,77512,086,9306,0030055,594,708
January 31, 200143,501,77512,086,9306,0030055,594,708

The information provided is for your convenience and is not intended to replace other official IMF reports and statements.

Central African Republic: Financial Position in the Fund