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India’s foreign exchange reserves rise by $ 4.3 Billion

The country’s foreign exchange reserves soared by USD 4.368 billion to USD 418.515 billion in the week to April 26. The RBI data showed on Friday that foreign currency assets rose by USD 4.387 billion to USD 390.421 billion.

According to the data Gold reserves remained unchanged at USD 23.303 billion. The special drawing rights with the International Monetary Fund was down by USD 5.9 million to USD 1.449 billion. The country’s reserve position with the Fund also declined USD 13.6 million to USD 3.341 billion.

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