India's foreign exchange reserves decline $4.6 billion to $596 billion

RBI has been selling dollars to curb any rapid depreciation of the rupee

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Since late February, the foreign exchange reserves have declined by $36 billion. Photo: Bloomberg

India’s foreign exchange reserves declined $4.6 billion to $596 billion for the week ended June 10, the latest data released by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) showed. The fall

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First Published: Jun 17 2022 | 9:39 PM IST

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