China's Foreign Exchange Reserves Fall Less Than Expected: Chart

China Debate: FX Reserves vs. Economic Reforms

China registered another significant reduction in its foreign-exchange reserves last month, falling by $99.5 billion, after posting its first annual decline in 2015. The drop in January’s currency hoard, to $3.23 trillion, was less than economists expected, but may still signal the worst fears about capital flight aren’t over, according to Tom Orlik and Fielding Chan of Bloomberg Intelligence.

— With assistance by Tom Orlik, and Fielding Chen

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