Where Are India’s International Reserves Invested?
AbstractMost standard indicators suggest that India’s reserve stock is more than adequate. The rapid stockpiling of foreign exchange reserves implies that the RBI has been leaning-against-the-wind to keep down the value of the Indian Rupee. As India has become more export-oriented it has become keenly aware of the need to remain price competitive in the short run, This situation dictates that there may be potential benefits from pursuing a more coordinated approach to dealing with monetary and exchange rate policies in the region. [This is an abbreviated version of a working paper by the authors (see Rajan and Gopalan, 2010).]
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foreingn exchange; international finance; inernational reserves; RBI; gold; interntional financia relations;
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