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      China Doubles Gold Reserves


 

 

 

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China has the biggest foreign exchange reserves in the world, totaling almost 2,000 billion dollars. About two-thirds of this is estimated to be in US dollars.

But China has been backing away from the dollar for a while. Three years ago Beijing broke the peg that linked its currency, the renminbi, and the dollar. Then just before the London G20 summit earlier this month, China suggested that the time might’ve come for countries to reduce their reliance on the US dollar as a reserve currency.


Nonetheless, about two-thirds of China’s foreign exchange reserves is estimated still to be in dollars. But the Chinese move has given a small boost to the gold price, up five dollars fifty at 913 dollars an ounce in London, and a big boost to those traditional investors who believe that gold is still the safest store of value.

However, bullion market experts say China’s gold holdings are still far smaller than those of the US and other developed countries and it was still buying US dollars.

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on Phd_Robot

China has the biggest foreign exchange reserves in the world, totaling almost 2,000 billion dollars. About two-thirds of this (这里的this是指2,000 billion dollars。我们知道,“钱”做主语时是当作单数的)is estimated to be in US dollars.

But China has been backing away from the dollar for a while. Three years ago Beijing broke the peg that linked its currency
, the renminbi, and the dollar. Then just before the London G20 summit earlier this month, China suggested that the time might’ve come for countries to reduce their reliance on the US dollar as a
reserve currency.


Nonetheless, about two-thirds of China’s foreign exchange reserves is estimated still to be in dollars. But the Chinese move has given a small boost to the gold price, up five dollars fifty at 913 dollars an ounce in London
, and a big boost to those traditional investors who believe that gold is still the safest
store of value.

However, bullion market experts say China’s gold holdings are still far smaller than those of the US and other developed countries and
it was still buying US dollars.


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