Authorities announced today that Macau Special Administrative Region's (MSAR) financial reserves stood at 643.17 billion patacas (US$70.5 billion) at the end of last year.
The value of the primary reserve was 139.08 billion patacas (US$15.3 billion), and the extraordinary account was 504.09 billion patacas (US$55.3 billion), the Macau Monetary Authority said in a statement.
"In 2021, the financial reserve [MSAR] was managed according to the principle of prudence in the management of investments and recorded a return of 14.74 billion patacas (US$1.6 billion), equivalent to an annual . . .