Trade Deficit – RBI

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Sep 30, 11:30  Trade Deficit – RBI -35B -10.00B

Trade Deficit – RBI

The Trade Deficit released by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry measures the amount of imports compared to exports of total goods and services. A positive value shows a trade deficit, while a negative value shows trade surplus. If a steady demand in exchange for Indian exports is seen, that would turn into a negative growth in the trade deficit, and that should be positive (or bullish) for the Rupee.



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