On 31 December 2010, foreign reserves at the National Bank of Romania stood at EUR 32 432 million, compared to 32,800 million at November 30, 2010. During the month took place the following operations:
- Entries EUR 821 million, representing changes in foreign currency reserve up by credit institutions, the European Commission the account, supply MPF accounts, income from international reserve management and more.
- Output of 1189 million, representing changes in foreign currency reserve up by credit institutions, payments and interest rates direct foreign public debt and guaranteed debt and the weakening U.S. dollar and pound sterling against the euro impact on reducing value of the portion of international reserves denominated in these two currencies.
Gold reserve was maintained at 103.7 tonnes. With developments in international prices, its value stood at 3518 million. Romania's international reserves (currency plus gold) at 31 December 2010 were EUR 35 950 million, compared to 36,322 million at November 30, 2010. Payments due in January 2011 in external public debt, direct or guaranteed by the Ministry of Public Finance, totaling 139.8 million euros.