New Delhi: India's foreign exchange reserves gained their biggest weekly rise in more than a year for the week ended November 11. The foreign exchange reserves of the Indian economy rose by a whopping 14.72 billion dollars to 544.715 billion dollars, the fastest pace of growth since August 2021,

according to data released by the Reserve Bank of India. 

For the week ending October 28, the foreign exchange reserves had jumped 6.56 billion dollars to 531.08 billion dollars, then the biggest weekly jump since September 2021.

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