BEIJING - China's foreign exchange reserves unexpectedly rose in July, official data showed on Sunday.
The country's foreign exchange reserves - the world's largest - rose $32.8 billion to $3.104 trillion last month, compared with $3.05 trillion tipped by a Reuters poll of analysts and $3.071 trillion in June.
The yuan fell 0.64% against the dollar in July, while the dollar rose 1.07% against a basket of other major currencies.
China held 62.64 million fine troy ounces of gold at the end of July, unchanged from end-June.
The value of its gold reserves fell to $109.84 billion at the end of July from $113.82 billion at end-June.
(Reporting by Judy Hua, Ellen Zhang and Ryan Woo; Editnig by Kim Coghill)