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World’s Biggest Gold Reserves
With the price of gold reaching an all-time high of $1042 per ounce, we decided to take a look at the countries with the most of this precious metal.
Central bank and government holdings are believed to account for about 20.5 percent of the world’s gold, at approximately 29,634 tons. But the question remains: which individual countries have the most?
Gold Reserve Value: $13.07 billion
Banco Central de Venezuela manages the 392 tons of gold in the country’s reserves, which amount to approximately $13.07 billion and represent 36.1 percent of Venezuela’s foreign reserves. Although Venezuela currently has the fifteenth largest reserve on the list, president Hugo Chavez announced in June 2009 that his government has introduced new policies to promote gold extraction and boost its ranking.
Gold Reserve Value: $13.12 billion
The second most populous nation in the world has the fourteenth largest reserve on this list. The Reserve Bank of India oversees the country’s 393.5 tons of gold, which are valued at $13.12 billion and comprise 4.0% of its foreign reserves. India’s current ranking may change, however, as the government has asked the Geological Survey of India to mine the previously untapped gold reserves in many of its states.
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