If you’re looking for a central bank full of gold bugs, start in the U.S. and Germany.
The U.S. owns the most gold of any country, according to an analysis of data from the International Monetary Fund, published on HowMuch.net.
The U.S.’s reserve of gold equals 8,133 tonnes, worth more than $373 billion.
Germany comes in second, with 3,369 tonnes, worth more than $154 billion.
The IMF itself (although it is not a country, it placed itself in the ranking) holds the third-most: 2,814 tonnes, worth more than $129 billion.