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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

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This book is an update of the Guidelines published in 2001. It sets forth the underlying framework for the Reserves Data Template, and provides operational advice for its use. The updated version also includes three new appendices aimed at assisting member countries in reporting the required data.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

Abstract

This book is an update of the Guidelines published in 2001. It sets forth the underlying framework for the Reserves Data Template, and provides operational advice for its use. The updated version also includes three new appendices aimed at assisting member countries in reporting the required data.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

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Este libro es una actualización de las pautas publicadas en 2001. Establece el marco subyacente de la planilla de datos sobre reservas, y presenta recomendaciones operativas para su uso. La versión actualizada además incluye tres apéndices nuevos para asistir a los países miembros a en la declaración de los datos exigidos.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

Abstract

This book is an update of the Guidelines published in 2001. It sets forth the underlying framework for the Reserves Data Template, and provides operational advice for its use. The updated version also includes three new appendices aimed at assisting member countries in reporting the required data.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

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Cet ouvrage est une mise à jour des directives parues en 2001. Il décrit le cadre dans lequel s’inscrit le formulaire type de déclaration des données sur les réserves internationales, dont il présente le mode d’emploi. La version revue comporte trois nouveaux appendices destinés à aider ainsi les pays membres du FMI à communiquer les données demandées.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

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180 Section III of the Reserves Data Template covers contingent short-term net drains on foreign currency resources. As discussed in Chapter 3, net drains refer to outflows (reductions in foreign currency resources) net of inflows (increases in foreign currency resources). Contingent outflows and inflows simply refer to contractual obligations that give rise to potential or possible future additions or depletions of foreign currency assets. Contingent drains are reported as off-balance-sheet activities, since only actual assets and liabilities should be reflected on balance sheets. Section III of the Reserves Data Template differs from Section II because foreign currency flows to be reported in Section III are contingent upon exogenous events. As with predetermined foreign currency drains covered in Section II of the Reserves Data Template, contingent drains can arise from positions with either residents or nonresidents.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

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236 Section IV of the Reserves Data Template provides information covering (1) positions and flows not disclosed in Sections I–III but deemed relevant for assessing the authorities’ reserves and foreign currency liquidity positions and risk exposure in foreign exchange; (2) additional details on positions and flows disclosed in Sections I–III; and (3) positions and flows according to a breakdown or valuation criteria different from those found in Sections I–III.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

Abstract

This update of the guidelines published in 2001 sets forth the underlying framework for the Reserves Data Template and provides operational advice for its use. The updated version also includes three new appendices aimed at assisting member countries in reporting the required data.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

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1 International financial crises, such as in the late 1990s, have underscored the importance of disseminating comprehensive information on countries’ international reserves and foreign currency liquidity1 on a timely basis. Deficiencies in such information made it difficult to anticipate and respond to crises by obscuring financial weaknesses and imbalances (see Box 1.1). Moreover, both the complexity and the importance of such information have increased as a result of the ongoing globalization of financial markets and financial innovation. The international financial activities2 that countries’ central banks and government entities undertake occur in myriad forms, involve multiple domestic and foreign entities, and span locations around the globe. To assess countries’ foreign currency liquidity requires supplementing data on international reserves that cover largely cross-border and balance-sheet activities with those on other foreign currency positions and off-balance sheet activities.

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

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58 This chapter provides guidelines to assist countries in reporting data on the authorities’ foreign currency resources (comprising reserve assets and other foreign currency assets) in Section I of the Reserves Data Template. Items I.A.(1) through I.A.(5) are used to report information on reserve assets and Section I.B., on other foreign currency assets. All items in Section I refer to outstanding assets (stock) on the reference date. As noted in paragraph 42, to facilitate liquidity analysis, it is recommended that information on special features of the reporting country’s reserves management policy and major sources of funds for reserve assets and other foreign currency assets be described in country notes accompanying the template data. To enhance data transparency, it is also important to indicate in country notes specific changes in the reporting country’s exchange rate arrangements (for example, the implementation of dollarization) and their impact on the level of the country’s reserve assets.