China Adds Most Gold in November in 5 Months as Price Slumps

  • Country continues to diversify foreign exchange reserves
  • Bullion prices plunged 6.8% in November, most since 2013

China probably increased central bank gold reserves in November by about 21 metric tons, the most in at least five months, as prices had the biggest drop in more than two years.

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