Iran’s liquidity climbs to $150 billion

Financial Tribune – A monthly report by the Central Bank of Iran released on Sunday, showed liquidity reached 17,645 trillion rials ($150.8 billion)  in the Iranian month of Azar (Nov.22-Dec. 21), up 22.1% compared to the same month last year.  

The report published on the CBI website indicates that the money supply increased by 15.3% compared to the end of the last fiscal year (March 2018).

Of the total volume of liquidity, the share of money — including physical currency, gold coins and demand deposits – in the banking system was 2,446 trillion rials ($20.9 billion) in Azar, indicating 41% rise year-on-year and up 25.7% compared with the end of the last fiscal.