Sweden’s Gold Reserves Unchanged in January, IMF Says

Sweden’s gold reserves were unchanged at 125.7 metric tons in January, according to data on the International Monetary Fund’s website.

Belarus added 5 tons to reserves, Kazakhstan raised reserves by 7.6 tons and Turkey increased gold reserves by 4.1 tons, the data show. Mexico reduced bullion reserves by 0.1 ton and Tajikistan cut them by 0.3 ton, according to the IMF.

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