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BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s international trade reserves rose in March, official information confirmed on Friday, because the greenback fell towards different main currencies.
The nation’s international trade reserves – the world’s largest – rose $51 billion to $3.184 trillion final month, in contrast with $3.149 trillion tipped by a Reuters ballot of analysts and up from $3.133 trillion in February.
The yuan rose 0.86% towards the greenback in March, whereas the greenback fell 2.3% towards a basket of different main currencies.
China held 66.50 million tremendous troy ounces of gold on the finish of March, up from 65.92 million at end-February.
The worth of China’s gold reserves rose to $131.65 billion on the finish of March from $120.28 billion at end-February.