Foreign exchange reserves

Foreign-exchange reserves (also called Forex reserves) in a strict sense are only the foreign-currency deposits held by central banks and monetary authorities. However, the term foreign-exchange reserves in popular usage (such as this list) commonly includes foreign-currency deposits and gold reserves, special drawing rights (SDRs) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) reserve position as this total figure is more readily available, however it is accurately deemed as official reserves or international reserves. The list excludes currency swaps conducted by central banks.
 Foreign exchange reserves
Rank Country Foreign exchange reserves(Millions of USD) As of
  1   China   2,998,200     2017/01  
  2   Japan   1,242,792     2016/10  
  3   Switzerland   685,559     2016/10  
  4   Saudi Arabia   535,900     2016/10  
  5   Taiwan   435,263     2016/10  
  6   Hong Kong   391,500     2017/01  
  7   South Korea   375,170     2016/10  
  8   India   365,306     2016/11  
  9   Brazil   365,295     2016/12  
  10   Singapore   251,364     2016/10  
  11   Germany   200,394     2016/04  
  12   Thailand   180,261     2016/10  
  13   Mexico   176,852     2016/10  
  14   United Kingdom   163,503     2016/03  
  15   France   153,891     2016/03  
  16   Italy   143,183     2016/03  
  17   Turkey   123,440     2016/11  
  18   Algeria   121,900     2016/10  
  19   Indonesia   119,900     2017/03  
  20   United States   116,184     2016/11  
  21   Czech Republic   111,682     2017/02  
  22   Iran   110,000     2015/12  
  23   Israel   101,600     2017/01  
  24   Poland   100,531     2016/03  
  25   Malaysia   95,000     2017/03  
  26   United Arab Emirates   93,930     2015/12  
  27   Philippines   85,900     2016/08  
  28   Canada   83,130     2016/11  
  29   Libya   70,990     2015/12  
  30   Denmark   64,016     2016/03