Dutch central bank sold gold last week

NETHERLANDS - Figures from the Dutch central bank on 24 July showed its gold reserves fell by 20 million euros last week.

The European Central Bank said on 24 July gold reserves had fallen by 20 million euros in the week to 20 July due to sales of two tonnes by one central bank which it did not name.

The Dutch Central Bank's weekly balance sheet on the Internet showed gold reserves had fallen by 20 million euros to 9.290 billion euros in the same period.

In 1999, the Dutch central bank said it

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