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Canada - Total international reserves including gold in current prices

86,677,706,697 (US dollars) in 2017

In 2017, international reserves for Canada was 86,677 million us dollars. International reserves of Canada increased from 3,215 million US dollars in 1968 to 86,677 million US dollars in 2017 growing at an average annual rate of 8.45 %.

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What is international reserves?

According to the IMF definition, international reserves consist of the sum of the country’s foreign exchange, its reserve position in the IMF, its monetary gold reserves, and the United States dollar value of SDR holdings by its monetary authorities. (SDR - special drawing rights). US Dollars at current prices and current exchange rates in millions

What is Canada international reserves?

Date Value Change, %
2017 86,677,706,697 4.79 %
2016 82,718,098,071 3.72 %
2015 79,753,516,721 6.77 %
2014 74,700,002,864 3.84 %
2013 71,937,092,647 4.95 %
2012 68,546,344,305 4.14 %
2011 65,819,020,599 15.17 %
2010 57,151,120,474 5.14 %
2009 54,356,325,868 23.90 %
2008 43,872,306,211 6.79 %
2007 41,082,114,080 17.17 %
2006 35,063,081,141