(Corrects in headline to $636 mln from $636 bln)
CAIRO, March 4 (Reuters) - Egypt's net foreign
reserves fell by $636 million in February, the central bank said
on its website on Sunday, marking a signicant slowdown from the
sharp decreases of the previous four months.
Reserves declined to $15.72 billion at the end of February
from $16.35 billion at the end of January.
Since October, reserves had been falling by close to $2
billion a month.
Following is a table of Egypt's net foreign reserves in
billions of U.S. dollars, according to the central bank's
Feb Jan Feb
2012 2012 2011
15.72 16.35 33.21 (in $bln)
(Reporting by Patrick Werr)