Demand for foreign exchange from the business community and public totalled US$592 million in
February 2015, while supply of foreign exchange, mainly from energy sector companies, amounted
to US$438 million.
Sales of US$400 million to the banking system in January 2015 amounted to the largest foreign
exchange intervention made by Central Bank in a single month to date.
The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago sold US$200 million to authorized dealers yesterday in what was the Bank's first foreign exchange intervention for 2015.Read More
The Central Bank is assuring the public that information relating to all licensed financial
institutions it supervises is subject to strict secrecy and confidentiality provisions in accordance
with the Central Bank Act, Chapter 79:02.
Central Bank has sold a total of US$325 million to the banking system since its programme of
strategic foreign exchange interventions for the final quarter of 2014 started five weeks ago.
Central Bank today sold US$100 million to the banking system.Read More
On Thursday October 16th, the Central Bank sold US$50 million to the banking system. This sale is the second in a series of Central Bank’s foreign exchange interventions strategically timed and directed to ensure a reliable supply of foreign exchange to meet demands of the business community as commercial activity for the approaching Christmas season pick up.Read More
The Governor and Central Bank unreservedly respect and value the principles of freedom of the press, as enshrined in our Constitution.Read More