Foreign exchange reserves excluding gold reached 57.7 USD bil in 2017 in Spain, according to the National Statistical Office. This is 9.49 % more than in the previous year.
Historically, foreign exchange reserves excluding gold in Spain reached an all time high of 68.4 USD bil in 1997 and an all time low of 0.264 USD bil in 1967. When compared to Spain's main peers, foreign exchange reserves excluding gold in France amounted to 54.8 USD bil, 48.9 USD bil in Italy, 25.3 USD bil in Morocco and 10.2 USD bil in Portugal in 2017.
Spain has been ranked 30th within the group of 151 countries we follow in terms of foreign exchange reserves excluding gold, 29 places above the position seen 10 years ago.
FX reserves in a strict sense are "only" the foreign currency deposits and bonds held by central banks and monetary authorities.