International Reserves in Jordan
Jordan - International ReservesThe economy is slowly opening up again in the second quarter of this year after the spread of coronavirus forced the government to implement containment measures in the first quarter. On 3 May, the government announced the lifting of many of these restrictions—which included the curtailing of movement, the closure of schools, universities, restaurants and archeological sites, and the banning of public events—and that economic activity across all sectors could resume again. Strict hygiene rules, however, still apply. On 16 April, the IMF approved a four-year financial assistance program for the government worth USD 1.3 billion, USD 139 million of which was made immediately available. The program is aimed at supporting the government’s response to the Covid-19 crisis and encouraging business-friendly reforms.
Jordan - International Reserves Data
|International Reserves (USD)||15.2||14.0||13.5||12.7||13.3|
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|Exchange Rate||0.71||0.0 %||Nov 30|
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