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Foreign exchange reserves leap $14.721 billion to $544.715 billion


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India’s international change reserves noticed the only largest weekly accretion in current occasions, with the reserves skyrocketing by a whopping $14.721 billion within the week ended November 11, 2022, to face at $544.715 billion.

Consultants say the RBI would have purchased {dollars} throughout the reporting week because the greenback weakened on expectations the US Fed would mood price hikes because of the decline in October shopper costs.

Illustratively, between October 27 and November 11, the rupee appreciated by 2.2 per cent in opposition to the US greenback, 1.2 per cent in opposition to the pound sterling, and 0.5 per cent in opposition to the euro, per an article within the RBI’s newest month-to-month bulletin.

Within the reporting week, all 4 elements of the reserves rose: international forex property (up by $11.80 billion), gold ($2.639 billion), particular drawing rights ($165 million), and reserve positions within the IMF ($116 million).

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Since March-end 2022, the foreign exchange reserves have declined by $62.594 billion.


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