The Indian rupee hit its lowest level in a week on Wednesday on the back of month-end dollar demand from importers and as shares declined for a second consecutive session, while bonds fell in holiday-thinned trading. Traders expect market volumes ... Financial Express, 1 month ago
Rupee hits one-week low; bonds fall in low volumes - Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago
Indian rupee hits one-week low; bonds fall in thin trading - Business Recorder, 1 month ago
The rupee posted its biggest single-day fall in more than four months, tracking steep losses in emerging market currencies while domestic data showing an unexpected contraction in industrial output sparked concerns about economic growth. The ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Rupee sees biggest one-day fall in over 4 months, may fall more Yahoo! Maktoob News, 1 month ago Indian rupee sees biggest 1-day fall in 4 months Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Indian rupee sees biggest one-day fall in over four months Business Recorder, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: The BSE Sensex and Nifty edged up yesterday, gaining for a fourth session in five, led by blue chips on continued hopes the central bank would follow other countries such as Japan and China in easing monetary policy to boost economic growth.Gulf Daily News, 2 months ago
MUMBAI: The Indian rupee closed marginally stronger on Wednesday after being held in a tight range as dollar inflows into the domestic share markets were offset by demand for the greenback from importers looking to meet month-end commitments. ...Economic Times, 2 months ago Rupee Ends Higher at 61.84, Month-End Dollar Demand Offsets Inflows NDTV Profit, 2 months ago Rupee inches higher; month-end dollar demand offsets inflows Yahoo! Maktoob News, 2 months ago Indian rupee inches higher Business Recorder, 2 months ago
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