India’s forex reserves at $360 bn

The foreign exchange reserves stood at $360.90 billion as on May 20

Chennai: India’s foreign exchange reserves went down to $360.90 billion as on May 20, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said. The foreign exchange reserves stood at $360.90 billion as on May 20 According to the foreign exchange data released by RBI, the foreign exchange reserves stood at $360.90 billion as on May 20, against $361.02 billion as on More...

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