Gold reserves held by central banks around the world
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With 8,133.5 tonnes, the United States of America holds the biggest gold reserve in the world. A total of 76 per cent of the foreign reserves in US consists of gold. The majority of US gold is held at Fort Knox in Kentucky, while the rest is at the Philadelphia Mint, Denver Mint, San Francisco Assay Office and West Point Bullion Depository.