JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesias foreign exchange reserves stood at $71.4 billion as of last week, senior deputy central bank governor Darmin Nasution said on Monday. Nasution did not elaborate but the central bank said in early March that foreign exchange reserves were around $69.7 billion. The senior deputy governor also reiterated that the central bank has no specific target levels for the rupiah currency. Bank Indonesia has no fixed targets in regards to the exchange rate level. What we have been doing so far is ensuring that it should not move too fast, it should not be too volatile, he said when asked about the strong rupiah. Indonesias foreign exchange reserves have risen steadily in the past months due to strong capital inflows and healthy external demand for the countrys main exports such as minerals and commodities. The strong capital inflows helped boosted the rupiah, stocks and government bonds. The rupiah has risen 4 percent so far this year against the U.S. dollar on top of a 17 percent gain last year and is now close to the psychological 9,000 level.