International Reserves in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina - International ReservesThe economy is likely to have deteriorated further in the second quarter after GDP growth slowed to a four-year low in the first quarter on the back of softer domestic demand and declining foreign demand due to lockdowns at home and abroad. In April, retail sales plunged amid rising unemployment, boding ill for household spending. Moreover, industrial output crashed at a record-steep pace in May due to severe weakness in the manufacturing sector amid extinguished foreign demand, while merchandise exports also nosedived in the same month. Foreign lockdowns also weighed heavily on the tourism sector, with visitor arrivals virtually non-existent in April. On a more positive note, the gradual reopening of the economy since mid-May and fiscal stimulus should provide the economy some relief.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - International Reserves Data
|International Reserves (EUR)||4.4||4.9||5.4||5.9||6.4|
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Bosnia and Herzegovina International Reserves Chart
Source: Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina Facts
|Exchange Rate||1.74||-0.65 %||Dec 31|
|Stock Market||0.5||0.0 %||Jan 07|
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