China's forex reserves rise for second month in a row: concerns about capital outflows have receded lately, with the Chinese economy on a firmer footing, supported by a string of upbeat data including industrial profits, factory activity and fixed asset investment
BEIJING, Sept. 7 (Xinhua) -- China's foreign exchange reserves expanded to 3.1646 trillion U.S. dollars at the end of August from 3.1544 trillion dollars at the end of July, central bank data showed Monday. This expansion marked the fifth straight month of growth for forex reserves, which rose 0.3 ... China's foreign exchange reserves - the world's largest - rose US$10.233 billion in May to US$3.102 trillion, central bank data showed on Sunday (Jun 7). Advertisement China's August Forex Reserves Rise to $3.165 Trillion By Reuters , Wire Service Content Sept. 7, 2020 By Reuters , Wire Service Content Sept. 7, 2020, at 4:50 a.m. China's forex reserves expand in July 0 Comment(s) Print E-mail Xinhua, August 8, 2020 Adjust font size: China's foreign exchange reserves expanded to 3.1544 trillion U.S. dollars at the end of ... China's forex reserves expand in June to over $3 trillion The amount increased by $10.6 billion, or 0.3 per cent, from the end of May, according to China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange ...
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