Bank of Mauritius survey shows net foreign assets at Rs 147.9 bn for week ending November 6.
Estimated net foreign assets for the week ended 6 November 2015 stood at Rs 147.9 billion in Mauritius, said the central bank’s weekly survey, and concerning the monetary base of Rs 69.2 billion, it comprised Rs 29.0 billion for currency in circulation, Rs 40.0 billion for liabilities to other depository corporations while liabilities to other sectors amounted to Rs 91 million.
Mauritius’ central bank released on 17 November 2015 its weekly survey for 6 November 2015, which showed that net foreign assets are estimated at Rs 147.9 billion.
These comprised claims on non-residents amounting to Rs 148.0 billion, less liabilities to non-residents amounting to Rs 126 million.
Next were domestic assets, which are disaggregated as Claims on Other Depository Corporations, Net Claims on Central Government, and Claims on Other Sectors.
Claims on Other Depository Corporations are estimated at Rs 1.0 billion while net claims on the central government stood at – Rs 27.0 billion with Rs 3.2 billion for claims on Central Government and deduction of liabilities to Central Government of Rs 30.2 billion. Finally, claims on other sectors amounted to Rs 3.8 billion.
Concerning the monetary base, it comprised Rs 29.0 billion for currency in circulation, Rs 40.0 billion for liabilities to other depository corporations while liabilities to other sectors amounted to Rs 91 million.
In addition, securities other than shares included in broad money amounted to Rs 2.8 billion, deposits excluded from broad money amounted to Rs 58 million and Rs 1 million for securities other than shares excluded from broad money.
Finally, central bank data also showed that shares and other equity – which is essentially equity capital and reserves compiled by the bank consisting of equity, general and special reserves – stood at the level of Rs 25.0 billion.