China: Foreign exchange reserves

(measure: billion U.S. Dollar, source: People's Bank of China)
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Foreign exchange reserves, billion currency units in China, February, 2020: For that indicator, People's Bank of China provides data for China from November 1980 to February 2020. The average value for China during that period was 1093.74 billion U.S. Dollar with a minimum of 2.93 billion U.S. Dollar in March 1981 and a maximum of 4020.65 billion U.S. Dollar in June 2014. Click on the following link to see the values of Foreign exchange reserves, billion currency units around the world.
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Measure: billion U.S. Dollar
Source: People's Bank of China

Definition: Foreign exchange reserves consist of foreign currency, deposits denominated in foreign currency, Monetary Gold, Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) and Reserve position in the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Foreign exchange reserves are held by monetary authorities to finance trade imbalances, check the impact of foreign exchange fluctuations and address other issues under the purview of the central bank.
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