China’s foreign exchange reserves increased moderately in October as a weaker dollar index boosted the value of the non-dollar assets in the stockpile.
Reserves climbed to $3.105 trillion from $3.092 trillion in the previous month, the People’s Bank of China said Thursday. It's slightly higher than $3.1 trillion expected by analysts.
The small rise in the holdings indicates that capital outflows remain muted, and the fluctuations in the . . .
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