When the demonetization announcement was made, there were two things in dreadful short supply in the house that evening. Red wine and prudence. I had to go back to the pictures in my phone the next day to bear testimony to the fact that prudence ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
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Anindya Banerjee Currency Derivatives Researcher, Kotak Securities Divergent path of monetary policies between US and other major central banks is driving the US Dollar higher. Chinese Yuan too is feeling the heat, as outflows picked up from ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: The Indian rupee is expected to remain under pressure in the coming week due to heightened chances of a US rate hike, along with massive flight of foreign funds from the capital markets. Besides, political bickering over the demonetisation ...The Gulf Today, 6 days ago Foreign fund outflows to mount pressure on rupee ProKerala.com, 1 week ago Rupee Outlook: Foreign fund outflows to mount pressure on rupee Sify, 1 week ago
IANS Mumbai, Nov 26 (IANS) Value buying, coupled with expectation of a lending rate cut and macro-data showing strong economic recovery in the US, buoyed the Indian equity markets during the just concluded weekly trade on Friday. The slim ...News Track India, 1 week ago Market Review: Equities recover marginally, indices reclaim lost positions Sify, 1 week ago
MUMBAI: Heightened chances of a US rate hike, continued outflows of foreign funds and caution over the ongoing derivatives expiry dragged the Indian equity markets lower on Thursday. Besides, massive depreciation in rupee, which touched its new ...The Gulf Today, 1 week ago US rate hike fears plunge rupee to record low Daijiworldcom, 1 week ago
Mumbai: A painfully low rupee is sending importers scurrying to cover their offshore liabilities.And short-term hedges are the favourite choice. One-month forwards contract is the most popular tool amid prevailing uncertainties, dealers said. ...Economic Times, 1 week ago How's falling rupee drove importers Economic Times, 1 week ago
The rupee on Thursday fell to a historic low of 68.86 during intraday trade amidst continuous capital outflows and apprehensions over the government’s demonetisation programme. However, traders said that RBI’s intervention helped the rupee recover a bit ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago Rupee hits record low Deccan Herald, 1 week ago Rupee hits all-time low; Nifty hovers around 8,000 ahead of Nov F&O expiry Smart Investor, 1 week ago Nifty hovers around 8,000 ahead of Nov F&O expiry; Rupee hits fresh low Smart Investor, 1 week ago
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Foreign investors have pulled out Rs 28,919 cr from India as they rush to take benefit of rising US yields and dollar; demonetisation adds to pressure. Three years ago, on August 28, days before Raghuram Rajan was to take charge as the RBI Governor, ...Indian Express, 1 week ago Brexit fires up cross-currency futures market Economic Times, 1 month ago Here's how Brexit benefits India's rupee Economic Times, 1 month ago
Snapping two-session long gaining streak, benchmark indices settled in red after rupee touched fresh lows of 68.86 against dollar during the day due to strengthening US dollar as selling continued amid fund outflows and demoentisation woes. Sensex ...Smart Investor, 1 week ago Sensex cracks 191 points; banking, auto stocks drag Smart Investor, 1 week ago Sensex cracks 191 points; rupee weighs Smart Investor, 1 week ago
Benchmark indices continue to trade in a negative zone amid choppiness as the rupee crashed to nearly 39-month low of 68.84 amid sustained foreign fund outflows and the greenback's surge in overseas markets. Besides, investors have turned cautious ...Smart Investor, 1 week ago Sensex dips over 100 points, Nifty below 8,000; Rupee hits fresh low Smart Investor, 1 week ago
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