The United States currently has the largest gold reserves in the world. It has 8133 tons of gold, while Germany is second in the world in terms of 3362 tons of gold.
The International Monetary Fund ranks third with 2,814 tonnes of gold reserves. Saudi Arabia ranks first in the Arab world and 18th in the world in safe gold reserves.
Saudi Arabia managed to maintain this position in the first eleven months of 2020. In safe gold reserves, Saudi Arabia has a lead over the United Kingdom, which ranks 19th in terms of the owner of 310 tons of gold. The Gulf countries are among the countries with the safest gold reserves in the world.
The World Gold Council report states that at the end of November 2020, 35.19 thousand tons of gold reserves were recorded in 100 central banks of the world.