Greek central bank holds 5.26 bln euros of gold, half stored abroad
By GCRU Gold News on Monday, February 27 2017, 02:54 - Permalink
Greece's central bank said on Saturday it held 149.1 tonnes of gold reserves at the end of December worth 5.26 billion euros ($5.55 billion), with about half kept in its vaults and the rest stored abroad.
"About half of the gold reserves are in the vaults and have not moved in the last decades. The remainder is kept at the Bank of England, the New York Fed and in Switzerland," the Bank of Greece said in a statement.