El Banco de México (Banxico) informó que las reservas internacionales de país se incrementaron en 185 millones de dólares durante la semana que terminó el 24 de abril, por lo que acumulan un monto de 186.128 millones de dólares (mdd).

Con este resultado, añadió, las reservas suman un aumento en lo que va del año de 5,251 mdd.

Explicó que la variación en la reserva internacional fue resultado de la venta de dólares de Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) al Banco de México por 100 mdd y por un incremento de 85 mdd, debido principalmente al cambio en la valuación de los activos internacionales del instituto central.

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