China’s foreign exchange reserves rose at the end of July to $3.236 trillion, compared to $3.214 trillion at the end of June, according to data from the People’s Bank of China.
Average estimates were $3.2275 trillion (range $3.185 to $3.26 trillion, according to 12 economists).
The value of foreign exchange reserves at the end of July rose by about $21.9 billion from the end of June, according to Bloomberg data.
Gold reserves at the end of July amounted to 114.372 billion dollars, compared to 110.45 billion dollars at the end of June.
Gold reserves settled at the end of July at the same level as June of 62.64 million ounces.