KARACHI: The total liquid foreign exchange reserves of Pakistan reached at US$ 15.77 billion in the week ended on May 27. According to a statement issued by SBP on Thursday, foreign reserves held by the State Bank of Pakistan amounted to US$ 9,722.9 million. Meanwhile, net foreign reserves held by commercial banks stood at US$ 6,048.5 million. In the previous week total liquid foreign reserves held by the country were US$ 16,149.8 million. Of them US$ 10,088.6 million were held by the State Bank of Pakistan while commercial banks held US$ 6,061.2 million as liquid foreign reserves in the week ended on May 20.