16.10.2008 - Asia's currency reserves sufficient to fight jitters
From WSJ: Asia's foreign-exchange reserves eased in September from August but remained at historically high levels, signaling that the region is well-stocked with funds to help stabilize jittery markets. Reserves held by 12 central banks in the region stood at $4.351 trillion at the end of September, down from $4.357 trillion at the end of August, according to calculations by Dow Jones Newswires..... Full Article: Source