Our Foreign Reserve Grow ,The country at a peak of $ 379.310 billion

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The Reserve Bank of India today said that foreign currency reserves of the country touched an all-time record high of $ 379.310 billion, with a huge increase of $ 4.036 billion in the week ended May 19. The reason for this is the huge increase in foreign exchange assets.
In the previous week, the country's foreign exchange reserves declined by $ 44.36 million to $ 375.27 billion.
The Reserve Bank said that the important part of the total foreign exchange reserves in the week under review was foreign currency assets: FCA: $ 39.96 billion to $ 355.097 billion.
External currency assets expressed in dollars also express the effects of non-American currencies such as euro, pound and yen kept in the reserves and the effects of price hikes.

Calendar
GMT
Reference
Actual
Previous
2017-05-12
11:30 AM
5/May
$375.7B
$372.7B
2017-05-19
11:30 AM
12/May
$375.27B
$375.7B
2017-05-26
11:30 AM
26/May
$379.31B
$375.27B

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