List of countries by foreign-exchange reserves (excluding gold)

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This is a list of the top 30 countries of the world sorted by their foreign-exchange reserves excluding gold reserves.

The table includes the latest available data, mostly from the International Monetary Fund,[1] and includes certain economies that are not considered to be sovereign states (such as Taiwan, Hong Kong and the Eurozone, because of their special economic statuses).

Rank Country Foreign-exchange reserves
Ex. Gold
(Millions of US$)
Figures as of
1  People's Republic of China 3,887,700 September 2014[2]
2  Japan 1,239,980 November 2014[3]
3  Saudi Arabia 744,476 September 2014[4]
4   Switzerland 490,243 September 2014[5]
5  Republic of China (Taiwan) 420,696 September 2014[6]
6  Russia 373,658 November 2014[7][8]
7  Brazil 372,905 September 2014[9]
8  Republic of Korea 359,613 September 2014[10][11]
Euro symbol.svg Eurozone 329,415 September 2014[12]
 Hong Kong 325,681 September 2014[13]
9  India 296,172 October 2014[14][15]
10  Singapore 265,930 September 2014[16]
11  Mexico 188,517 September 2014[17]
12  Thailand 155,593 September 2014[18]
13  United Kingdom 126,276 September 2014[19]
14  Malaysia 125,891 September 2014[20]
15  United States 123,530 November 28, 2014[21]
16  Turkey 111,410 September 2014[22]
17  Indonesia 108,104 September 2014[23]
18  Poland 97,719 September 2014[24]
19  Israel 86,328 November 2014[25]
20  Denmark 74,165 September 2014[26]
21  Canada 73,570 September 2014[27][28]
22  Philippines 71,987 September 2014[29]
23  Norway 66,969 September 2014[30]
24  Germany 65,102 September 2014[31]
25  Peru 63,152 September 2014[32]
26  Sweden 58,754 September 2014[33]
27  Czech Republic 54,366 September 2014[34]
28  France 50,645 September 2014[35]
29  Australia 50,169 September 2014[36]
30  Italy 49,590 September 2014[37]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Data Template on International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity
  2. ^ http://www.pbc.gov.cn/publish/html/2014s09.htm
  3. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - JAPAN
  4. ^ page 18 of the pdf file; US$1 = 3.75 Saudi Riyal
  5. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - SWITZERLAND
  6. ^ Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) - Financial Statistics
  7. ^ International Reserves of the Russian Federation, Monthly values | Bank of Russia
  8. ^ Data Template on International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity — Russia | Bank of Russia
  9. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - BRAZIL
  10. ^ Bank of Korea - Official Foreign Reserves
  11. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
  12. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - EURO AREA
  13. ^ Hong Kong Monetary Authority - Press Release
  14. ^ Reserve Bank of India
  15. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - INDIA
  16. ^ Monetary Authority of Singapore ─ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity
  17. ^ Banco de Mexico - Information structure details
  18. ^ Bank of Thailand - International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity
  19. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - UNITED KINGDOM
  20. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - MALAYSIA
  21. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - UNITED STATES
  22. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - TURKEY
  23. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - INDONESIA
  24. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - POLAND
  25. ^ Bank of Israel - Press Releases - Foreign exchange reserves, foreign currency market
  26. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - DENMARK
  27. ^ Department of Finance Canada - Monthly Official International Reserves
  28. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - CANADA
  29. ^ Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas - INTERNATIONAL RESERVES AND FOREIGN CURRENCY LIQUIDITY
  30. ^ International reserves and foreign currency liquidity - monthly - Tables - SSB (Statistics Norway)
  31. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - GERMANY
  32. ^ Central Reserve Bank of Peru - Reserves Management Reports
  33. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - SWEDEN
  34. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - CZECH REPUBLIC
  35. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - FRANCE
  36. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - AUSTRALIA
  37. ^ International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity - ITALY