Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], January 29 (ANI): India’s overseas trade (foreign exchange) reserves fell by $678 million to $634.28 billion within the week ended January 21 as a result of a pointy decline in overseas forex belongings, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) information confirmed.
The overseas forex belongings, which is the most important part of the foreign exchange reserves, dipped by $1.115 billion to $569.582 billion in the course of the week below overview, in keeping with the RBI’s weekly statistical complement.
Expressed in US dollar phrases, the overseas forex belongings embrace the impact of appreciation or depreciation of non-dollar currencies like Euro, UK’s Pound Sterling, and Japanese Yen held within the overseas trade reserves.
The worth of India’s Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) declined by $68 million to $19.152 billion, whereas India’s reserve place within the IMF dropped by $22 million to $5.216 billion.
However, there was a pointy improve within the worth of gold reserves. The worth of gold reserves rose by $567 million to $40.337 billion within the week ended January 21, 2022. (ANI)