Countries With Highest Cash Reserve Ratio - Top 10 World

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Cash Reserve Ratio Latest Reference
Romania
Russia
Moldova
Brazil
Nigeria
Philippines
Iraq
China
Croatia
Turkey

Moldova Cash Reserve Ratio was last reported at 42.50 percent. Source: National Bank of Moldova. Forecast: 43.3385 percent.
Brazil Cash Reserve Ratio on Demand Deposits stands at 25.00 percent. Source: Banco Central do Brasil. Forecast: 24.489 percent.
Nigeria Cash Reserve Ratio latest value is 22.50 percent. Source: Central Bank of Nigeria. Forecast: 22.5 percent.
Philippines Cash Reserve Ratio was last reported at 18.00 percent. Source: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Forecast: 18.0677 percent.
Iraq Cash Reserve Ratio stands at 15.00 percent. Source: Central Bank Of Iraq. Forecast: 15 percent.
China Cash Reserve Ratio Big Banks latest value is 14.50 percent. Source: The People's Bank of China. Forecast: 14.375 percent.
Turkey Reserve Requirement Ratio Foreign Currency was last reported at 12.00 percent. Source: Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey. NSA. Forecast: 12 percent.
Croatia Cash Reserve Ratio stands at 12.00 percent. Source: Croatian National Bank. Forecast: 11.9992 percent.
Russia Cash Reserve Ratio latest value is 8.00 percent. Source: Central Bank of Russia. Forecast: 7.7055 percent.
Romania Cash Reserve Ratio was last reported at 8.00 percent. Forecast: 8 percent.
The country with highest Cash Reserve Ratio is Moldova followed by Brazil in the second position and Nigeria in the third.