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India's Forex Reserves Rise After Multiple Weeks Of Decline
India's foreign exchange reserves increased to $393.132 billion in the week ending 2 November after a jump in foreign currency assets and gold holdings. The Reserve Bank of India data showed that the forex reserves had risen by $1.054 billion in the reporting week. Foreign currency assets were up by $487.7 million to $368.138 billion and gold reserves rose by $366.5 million to $20.888 billion. Forex reserves had previously touched a record high of $426.028 billion in the week ending 13 April 2018.
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