India's foreign exchange reserves dip marginally for the second consecutive week

Foreign exchange of India dipped marginally by $980 million for the second consecutive week to reach $361 billion for the week ended May 13 as per Reserve Bank of India's weekly statistical report.

India's foreign exchange reserves dip marginally for the second consecutive week

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Foreign exchange of India dipped marginally by $980 million for the second consecutive week to reach $361 billion for the week ended May 13 as per Reserve Bank of India's weekly statistical report.

Last week the reserves fell by $1.1billion.

In the 6 weeks forex reserves have revolved around the $360 billion mark.

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