There are 165,000 metric tons of gold in the world (5,820,203,717 oz).
That leaves 5 gold rings per person on the planet (7 billion people).
Total value of the world’s gold at $1,600/oz = $8,487,797,102,400
Each year, there are about 2,500 metric tons produced.
It is declining from a peak of 2,600 metric tons in 2001.
The top producers of gold are China, USA, Autralia, South Africa, Russia, Peru, Indonesia and Canada.
The central banks with the most gold as a percentage of foreign currency reserves are the Portugal, Greece, Federal Reserve, Germany, Italy, France, Slovakia and Netherlands (Austria and Venezuela are next).