Foreign exchange reserves are the amount of foreign currency held by a country. In the infographic that we have prepared in this post, you can see the share of each currency in the world’s foreign exchange reserves.
According to the above infographic, the dollar and the euro together make up about 80% of the world’s foreign exchange reserves, with the US dollar being the strongest currency in the world in terms of foreign exchange reserves with a 61% share. After the dollar and the euro, the Japanese yen, the British pound and the Chinese renminbi are in the next ranks. While China accounts for a large share of world trade, it accounts for only 2% of the world’s foreign exchange reserves. Make these statistics International Monetary Fund Has published.