new Delhi. According to data released on Friday by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the country’s foreign exchange reserves increased by US $ 3.645 billion to US $ 545.638 billion during the week ended October 2.
According to RBI data, in the last week ended September 25, the country’s foreign exchange reserves had decreased by US $ 3.017 billion to US $ 542.021 billion.
According to RBI data, the largest component of foreign exchange reserves is foreign exchange schemes, which increased by $ 3.10 billion last week. Due to which it reached 503.05 billion dollars. At the same time, gold reserves also registered an increase of $ 48.6 crore last week, bringing it to $ 36.93 billion.
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