TABLE-Czech end-Sept FX reserves 31.48 bln euro

Oct 5 (Reuters) - The Czech central bank (CNB) said on Friday its foreign exchange reserves had dipped to 31.48 billion euros at the end of September, from a revised 31.73 billion at the end of the previous month.

In dollar terms, reserves rose to $40.52 billion from a revised $40.01 billion, the bank said.

The structure of the CNB exchange reserves at the end of 2011 was as follows: 56.4 percent euros, 21.3 percent U.S. dollars, 7.2 percent Canadian dollars, 5.3 Australian dollars, 3.6 percent Swedish crowns, 2.8 percent yen, 2.6 percent pounds and 0.8 percent in gold.

CZECH FOREX RESERVES END-SEPT 12 END-AUG 12 END-SEPT 11 euro bln 31.478 31.734 30.133 $ bln 40.521 40.014 40.693 CZK bln 782.697 788.266 745.937

NOTE. The bank said it sold foreign currency worth an equivalent of 92 million euros in the spot foreign exchange market operations in August.

It bought foreign currency worth of 30.3 million euros in client operations in August.

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