Fixed Income And Currency Market
25 Oct 2020
INR ended the week lower against USD last week despite improvement in the global risk sentiment as RBI bought USD to prevent sharp appreciation of INR. The RBI has stood in the way of INR appreciation for the past couple of months and absorbed most USD inflows of foreign investments into Indian companies and assets. Since the beginning of September, the RBI has added USD 13.69 billion to its foreign exchange reserves, taking it to a record high of USD 555.12 billion as on Oct 16. INR depreciated by 0.35% against the USD last week and depreciated by 1.43% against the euro.
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