China's August forex reserves rise to $3.1072 trillion
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign exchange reserves rose unexpectedly in August, even as the yuan posted its biggest monthly drop in 25 years amid escalating trade tensions with the United States.
The country's foreign exchange reserves - the world's largest - rose by $3.5 billion in August to $3.1072 trillion, central bank data showed on Saturday.
Alex20 hours ago
Great news indeed for China, well done,
Sue20 hours ago
But but the news say that their economy is doing really bad and stuff
wayne7 hours ago
it more fake news
zergy21 hours ago
Pass3 hours ago
China, the largest economic power on the planet. We can’t even remotely compare
joes9 hours ago
And how many trillions of debt we are in?
My name4 hours ago
We should talk to China to give us part of that $3T money in exchange for them to take back Taiwan, since war would cost them money anyway. In that way, we will get money to help get rid of our debts, they get what they wanted, too.
Malcolm63620 hours ago
And then there's the washed up, laughing stock called America, lol..
Don53 minutes ago
Sadly, China owns us
mem20 hours ago
Chinese money is worthless. 2. China OWES more money than the US to World banking.
No. 812 hours ago
Accounting is a beautiful and interesting subject!
Dave21 hours ago
So who wrote this?
Barney7 hours ago
If the information is true, it does not matter who. So, prove the information is false if you can.
davidl7 hours ago
Chinese power! Never thought Chinese is so much smarter than American!