These 9 countries have the highest gold in the world, India comes on this number

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Gold prices continue to fluctuate. Since the Corona period, the prices of gold have been steadily increasing and prices are skyrocketing. The price of gold is still above 50,000 per 10 grams in India. Today we are going to tell you about the countries which have the most gold.


America: America ranks first in terms of holding gold reserves. America is the country with the highest gold in the world. According to the World Gold Council, the US has 8,133.5 tonnes of gold.


Germany: Germany comes in second place. Germany has a total of 3366.8 tonnes of gold. Its share in the total foreign exchange reserves is 73%.


Italy: Italy ranks third in the world in terms of holding gold reserves. According to the World Gold Council, Italy has 2,452 tonnes of gold. Italy has 64 percent of the world's gold.

France: France comes in fourth place in terms of gold reserves. France has total gold reserves of 2,436 metric tons. Gold accounts for 65.5 percent of this country's foreign exchange reserves.



Russia: Russia comes in fifth place in the World Council report. Russia has 2241.9 tonnes of gold, which is 20.2% of its foreign exchange reserves.

China: India's neighboring country China is ranked sixth in terms of gold reserves. According to the World Gold Council, China has 2141 tonnes of gold.

Switzerland: Switzerland is ranked seventh in terms of gold reserves. Gold accounts for 6.5 percent of this country's foreign exchange reserves. It has 1040 tonnes of gold.

Japan: Japan is present at the eighth position. Japan has 765.2 tonnes of gold, which is 2.8% of its foreign exchange reserves.

India: India is ranked 9th in the World Gold Council report. We have a reserve of 618.2 tonnes of gold. The share of this gold in foreign exchange reserves is 6.9%.