What is Monetary Reserve?

Monetary Reserves are the assets held by a central bank such as foreign currency and precious metals.
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Monetary Reserves or currency reserves are the assets held by a central bank such as foreign currency and precious metals. Monetary reserves allow a central bank to influence the foreign exchange rates and to manage foreign exchange transactions.

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