India's forex reserves rose 5% in second half of FY20: RBI report

India’s forex reserves increased by 5% during the second half of the financial year ended September 2019, according to a Reserve Bank of India report. The reserves jumped to $433.70 billion as of September against $412.87 billion in March. At the end of September, the foreign exchange reserves cover of imports stood at 10 months. #sutathu,#india,#sforexreserves,#fy20rbi,#business


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