International Reserves in Kosovo

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Kosovo - International Reserves

The economy lost considerable steam in the first quarter due to the initial effects from the Covid-19 outbreak and related containment measures, with a much worse impact expected for the second quarter. Annual GDP growth ebbed to a near six-year low of 1.3% (Q4 2019: +3.9% year-on-year) due to weaker private consumption and a collapse in investment. A surge in exports, however, cushioned the slowdown somewhat. Turning to Q2, household and capital spending were likely pummeled further as the full weight of social distancing measures and closure of non-essential businesses took their toll, reflected in part by the crash in consumer and investment loans in April–May. Meanwhile, in early June, the new government lifted all trade barriers against Serbia, paving the way for a resumption of talks to normalize relations between both countries after they were derailed almost two years ago.

Kosovo - International Reserves Data

2015   2016   2017   2018   2019  
International Reserves (EUR)0.7  0.6  0.7  0.8  0.9  

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Kosovo International Reserves Chart

Kosovo International Reserves
Note: International reserves, months of imports.
Source: IMF

Kosovo Facts

Value Change Date
Bond Yield4.740.0 %Nov 30
Exchange Rate1.120.65 %Dec 31
Stock Market0.10.0 %Jan 07

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