Foreign Exchange Reserves in Denmark are the foreign assets kept or controlled by the central bank of a country. Gold or a specific currency is used to fund the reserves. They can be special drawing rights and valuable foreign exchange instruments, such as government bonds, corporate bonds and equity, treasury bills, and foreign exchange loans.

A higher than expected figure should be seen as positive (bullish) for the DKK while a lower than expected figure should be seen as negative (bearish) for the DKK.

Category:  Foreign Exchange Reserves
Units:  Billion
Impact: Low
Currency: DKK
Latest Release
Previous: DKK636.7B
Consensus: DKK605B
Actual: DKK636.8B
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Date: May 02, 15:00
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