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China’s Foreign-Exchange Reserves Drop Below $3 Trillion, Near Six-Year Low
The drop complicates the central bank’s balancing act of trying to contain asset bubbles without triggering a liquidity crunch
By Lingling Wei
Feb. 7, 2017 7:02 a.m. ET
BEIJING—China’s foreign-exchange reserves dropped below $3 trillion in January, the lowest level in almost six years, complicating the central bank’s balancing act of trying to contain asset bubbles without triggering a liquidity crunch.
The People’s Bank of China said Tuesday that the world’s largest stockpile of foreign currency fell $12.31 billion last month to $2.998 trillion. The decline was smaller than those seen in previous...
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