Foreign Exchange Reserves, Including Gold (USD) rose 11.4% to USD 26,151 bil in Belgium in 2017

Foreign Exchange Reserves, Including Gold (USD) (USD bil), 2017
Economy | Belgium | May 17, 2019
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Foreign exchange reserves including gold rose 11.4% to USD 26,151 bil in Belgium in 2017, according to the National Statistical Office.

Historically, foreign exchange reserves including gold in Belgium reached an all time high of USD 30,769 bil in 2012 and an all time low of USD 1,527 bil in 1960. When compared to Belgium's main peers, foreign exchange reserves including gold in France amounted to USD 156,322 bil, USD 199,983 bil in Germany, USD 878 bil in Luxembourg and USD 38,422 bil in Netherlands in 2017.

Belgium has been ranked 51st within the group of 151 countries we follow in terms of foreign exchange reserves including gold, 5 places above the position seen 10 years ago.

Foreign Exchange Reserves, Including Gold (USD) Unit 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Austria USD bil 24,769 27,211 23,317 25,002 22,240
Belgium USD bil 29,114 30,769 26,946 25,444 24,102
Denmark USD bil 84,955 89,698 88,677 75,392 65,185
France USD bil 168,490 184,522 145,161 143,977 138,199
Germany USD bil 234,104 248,856 198,535 193,485 173,731
Italy USD bil 169,872 181,670 145,725 142,757 130,592
Luxembourg USD bil 1,011 991 963 864 771
Netherlands USD bil 50,411 54,816 46,309 43,054 38,214
Poland USD bil 97,712 108,902 106,221 100,452 94,903
Spain USD bil 46,705 50,588 46,335 50,412 53,974
United Kingdom USD bil 109,734 117,157 118,750 124,487 148,109