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Australia - Total international reserves including gold in current prices

55,034,824,816
(US dollars)
in 2016

Before international reserves of Australia started to increase to reach a level of 55,034 million US dollars in 2016, it went through a trough reaching a low of 1,262 million US dollars in 1969.

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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

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Date Value Change, %
2016 55,034,824,816 11.72 %
2015 49,261,208,628 -8.62 %
2014 53,910,346,084 2.03 %
2013 52,837,031,644 7.53 %
2012 49,138,172,511 5.19 %
2011 46,714,035,204 10.52 %
2010 42,267,779,109 1.26 %
2009 41,742,188,613 26.79 %
2008 32,923,506,718 22.36 %
2007 26,907,894,957 -51.15 %
2006 55,078,715,674 27.33 %
2005 43,257,066,063