Turkey's foreign currency reserves shrank by $345 million during the week preceding Nov. 6, falling to a total $41.91 billion, the Turkish Central Bank reported on Nov. 12.
Turkey's gross foreign currency reserves measured at $42.25 on Oct. 30, but the net balance fell to the negatives when swap lines were excluded.
Meanwhile, gold reserves rose by $1.18 billion in the week preceding Nov. 6, spiking to $43.32 billion.
As a result, the Central Bank's total reserves rose by $835 million for a total of $85.24 billion.
On the other hand, the Central Bank pumped some 9,999,999,000 liras into the market through a repo auction forward-dated on Dec. 10, receiving a 35.45-billion lira offer.