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China's currency reserves continue to drop
09.02.2016, 00:00 | Finance-Banks | 1599 views

China's currency reserves have reached their lowest level in the last four years, as the central bank in Beijing (PBOC) sold dollars to support the exchange rate of the yuan.

According to official data, China's currency reserves have decreased by 99.5 billion dollars last month, to 3,230 billion dollars - the lowest level since May 2012. Analysts were expecting a bigger decline: 120 billion dollars, according to the record drop in December, of 107.9 billion dollars.

The PBOC has been intervening in the market as lately, the worries over the Chinese economy have led to the depreciation of the national currency (yuan) to the lowest level in the last five years. To stop the depreciation, the Central Bank of China has been selling dollars.


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