Economists polled by Reuters had expected the country’s reserves would climb by US$21.61 billion. Photo: Reuters Economists polled by Reuters had expected the country’s reserves would climb by US$21.61 billion. Photo: Reuters
Economists polled by Reuters had expected the country’s reserves would climb by US$21.61 billion. Photo: Reuters
China economy

China’s forex reserves rose to US$3.165 trillion in August, but increase less than expected

  • China’s foreign exchange reserves – the world’s largest – rose US$10.2 billion in August to US$3.165 trillion, central bank data showed on Monday
  • Economists polled by Reuters had expected the country’s reserves would climb by US$21.61 billion

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Economists polled by Reuters had expected the country’s reserves would climb by US$21.61 billion. Photo: Reuters Economists polled by Reuters had expected the country’s reserves would climb by US$21.61 billion. Photo: Reuters
Economists polled by Reuters had expected the country’s reserves would climb by US$21.61 billion. Photo: Reuters
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