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Foreign currency reserves in Switzerland rose by 9.825 billion francs to 418.4 billion francs in August, according to preliminary figures from the Swiss National Bank on Friday.
Data showed today that SNB foreign exchange reserves grew at a slower pace last month. Total reserves excluding gold rose by 9.632 billion francs to 426.0 billion francs.
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