India in the list of the top 10 countries with the most gold

According to data from the World Gold Council (WGC), central banks around the world bought 272.9 tons of bullion in the year 2020, excluding the International Monetary Fund as it is not a country. The preferred investment option in all nations has been gold, which has been buying gold steadily for 11 years. If the IMF had been a country, it would have been in third place on the list of countries with the largest gold reserves with 2,814 tons. Let’s find out which countries have made the list.

1) United States of America

Currently has: 8,133.5 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 77.5 percent

2) Germany

Currently has: 3,362.4 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 74.5 percent

3) Italy

Currently has: 2,451.8 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 69.3 percent

4) France

Currently has: 2,436.0 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 64.5 percent

5) Russia

Currently has: 2,295.4 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 22.0 percent

6) China

Currently has: 1,948.3 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 3.3 percent

7) Switzerland


Currently has: 1,040.0 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 5.4 percent

8) Japan

Currently has: 765.2 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 3.1 percent

9) India

Currently has: 687.8 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 6.5 percent

10) Holland

Currently has: 612.5 tons
Percentage of total reserves: 67.4 percent

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