China's current account and non-reserve financial accounts showed a "double surplus" in the two quarter of 2018, with the increase in reserve assets and a basic balance of payments, the State administration of foreign exchange reported 28th. China's overall international investment position remains robust, with reserve assets still ranked first in the world. Data show that in the two quarter of 2018, the current account surplus of 5.3 billion U.S. dollars, including the trade surplus of goods growth, service trade deficit stability, non-reserve financial account surplus of $30 billion, cross-border capital continuation of the 2017 year since the first quarter of the trend of net inflow; our reserve assets due to balance of payments transactions (excluding exchange rate,
Prices and other non-trading factors) increased by $23.9 billion, including an increase of $22.9 billion in foreign exchange reserves. It is worth noting that the net inflow of securities investment to $61 billion, a record high quarterly record.
Among them, the net outflow of foreign securities investment of $4.3 billion, to China's securities investment net inflow of $65.2 billion.
In addition, from the International investment position table, at the end of June 2018, China's overall international investment position remained robust, with an external net worth of $1.7402 trillion, an increase of 10.7% from the end of March, and the reserve asset size still ranked first in the world.