Countries With Lowest Cash Reserve Ratio - Bottom 10 World

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Cash Reserve Ratio Latest Reference
Hungary
Czech Republic
Malaysia
Poland
Belarus
India
Indonesia
Russia
Sri Lanka
Romania

Hungary Cash Reserve Ratio was last reported at 1.00 percent. Source: National Bank of Hungary. NSA. Forecast: 1 percent.
Czech Republic Cash Reserve Ratio latest value is 2.00 percent. Source: Czech National Bank. NSA. Forecast: 2 percent.
Malaysia Cash Reserve Ratio stands at 3.50 percent. Source: Central Bank of Malaysia. Forecast: 3.4954 percent.
Poland Reserve Requirement latest value is 3.50 percent. Source: National Bank of Poland. NSA. Forecast: 3.5 percent.
Belarus Cash Reserve Ratio was last reported at 4.00 percent. Source: National Bank of the Republic of Belarus. NSA. Forecast: 4 percent.
India Cash Reserve Ratio stands at 4.00 percent. Source: Reserve Bank of India. Forecast: 4 percent.
Indonesia Cash Reserve Ratio latest value is 6.50 percent. Source: Bank Indonesia. Forecast: 6.5 percent.
Russia Cash Reserve Ratio was last reported at 7.00 percent. Source: Central Bank of Russia. Forecast: 7 percent.
Sri Lanka Cash Reserve Ratio stands at 7.50 percent. Source: Central Bank of Sri Lanka. Forecast: 7.5 percent.
Romania Cash Reserve Ratio latest value is 8.00 percent. Source: National Bank of Romania. NSA. Forecast: 8 percent.
The country with lowest Cash Reserve Ratio is Hungary (1.00 percent in Jun 2018) followed by Czech Republic (2.00 percent in Jun 2018) in the second position and Malaysia (3.50 percent in May 2018) in the third.