Aun así, sigue teniendo obstante 450, para siete años.
Saudi Arabia’s foreign assets have fallen by about $6 billion per month in December and January (SAMA data) likely as the fall in the oil price means past savings are needed to meet expanding fiscal needs.
The assets of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (Sama) shrank to nearly SR1,681.3bn ($448b) at the end of January, from around SR1,709.9bn ($455B )at the end of 2008, the second consecutive month of decline. deposits with banks abroad fell to $94b from $101b. Investment in foreign securities remained unchanged at around SR1,154bn. (Ziemba, 24/7)
Lo leo en el RGE monitor, que nos dice que Arabia saudita necesita el petróleo a 50 dólares el barril para equilibrar su economía.