BEIJING, Dec 7 (Reuters) - China’s gold reserves totalled 59.24 million fine troy ounces at the end of November, unchanged from a month earlier, the central bank said on Tuesday.
The reserves were valued at $69.8 billion, down from $75.3 billion at the end of October, reflecting the drop in the spot bullion price.
The world’s second-largest economy ranks fifth on gold reserves after the United States, Germany, Italy and France. (Reporting by Josephine Mason; Editing by Manolo Serapio Jr.)
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