The Ministry of External Affairs on Friday appointed Param Jit Mann and A. Ajay Kumar as the next Ambassadors of India to the Slovak Republic and the Republic of Iraq respectively.Anumula Gitesh Sarma was appointed as the next High Commissioner of ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Remittances, mostly from the United Arab Emirates, saw a 10 per cent jump in March, compared to February, with non-resident Indians (NRIs) betting on a stronger rupee in the event of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)'s Narendra Modi becoming prime ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
MUMBAI: The rupee rose to its highest level in nearly eight months on Tuesday as continued foreign fund inflows into the domestic share market helped, while a breach of a key technical resistance added to the rupee's momentum. Traders expect the ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Rupee ends higher at 60.48 per dollar as foreign fund inflows continue NDTV Profit, 3 weeks ago Rupee hits eight-month high as foreign fund inflows continue Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 3 weeks ago Indian rupee hits 8-month high as foreign fund inflows continue Financial Daily, 3 weeks ago
The rupee weakened for a second consecutive session on Wednesday, retreating further from a seven-month high hit in the previous session, on bets the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will start to buy dollars to build up its foreign exchange reserves. ...NDTV Profit, 1 month ago Rupee ends weak, breaches Rs 61 per dollar level Business Standard India, 1 month ago Rupee falls for second day; CPI data awaited Rediff.com, 1 month ago Indian rupee falls for second day; RBI seen buying dollars Financial Daily, 1 month ago
Reuters/ Mumbai Indian shares edged higher yesterday, to post their sixth gain in seven sessions as drugmakers such as Sun Pharmaceutical and software services exporters such as Tata Consultancy Services recovered. Gains could accelerate after ...Gulf Times, 1 month ago
The rupee rose to a one-week high on Friday to post its first weekly gain in three, helped by favourable flows and rising confidence over the country's defence against any emerging market outflows. That confidence will be tested later on Friday when the United States is due to post monthly employment data, a key indicator in setting expectations about whether the Federal Reserve will continue its pace of steady cuts in its bond purchases. "The robustness or otherwise of the employment report ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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