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Rupee expected to trade with a positive bias: Hemal Doshi
Financial Express

Expect rupee to weaken further towards 62.20/30: Hemal Doshi

Indian rupee opened firm at 61.69 and then made an intraday high of 61.65 against the US dollar due to firm Asian currencies and firm Asian equity market sentiment. However, month end dollar from corporates, global dollar strength and covering of ... Financial Express, 4 days ago

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Rupee seen trading in a range of 60.60 to 61.20: Hemal Doshi

Indian rupee opened weak at 61.03 and then made a intraday low of 61.05 due to firm overseas dollar movement, mixed Asian currencies and weak global equity markets. However fresh dollar selling by banks and reversal in equity markets led rupee to ...
 Financial Express2 months ago Rupee is seen trading in a range of 60.60 to 61.20  Financial Express2 months ago

Rupee rebounds from 9-month low to end at 61.94

The rupee ended nearly flat on Thursday after a fall to a nine-month low had sparked mild intervention from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), as emerging market currencies were hit by a weak reading in a private survey of China's manufacturing. The China flash HSBC/Markit manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) fell to a six-month low in November, with output contracting for the first time in six months. The falls in the rupee are raising the prospect of higher imported inflation, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Rupee Ends Nearly Flat at 61.94, After Falling to 9-Month Low  NDTV Profit1 week ago Rupee recoups losses to end nearly flat  Reuters India1 week ago Indian rupee recoups losses to end nearly flat  Financial Express1 week ago
Currency News

Indian Rupee Exchange Rate Today: INR GBP Softer as Traders Grew Nervous Ahead of FOMC Minutes

at 5 PM - Written by STORY LINK The Indian Rupee (INR) exchange rate gave up earlier gains against the Pound and other peers as investors grew increasingly cautious ahead of an eagerly anticipated Federal Reserve Statement. The outcome of the US ...
 Currency News4 weeks ago Rupee Ends Lower at 61.35 Ahead of Fed Meet Outcome  NDTV Profit1 month ago Rupee ends a tad weaker ahead of Fed meet outcome  Economic Times1 month ago Indian rupee ends a tad weaker  Business Recorder1 month ago
Gulf Times

Sensex rises further

Reuters Mumbai Indian shares rose for a second consecutive session yesterday to hit their highest close in five weeks, tracking a rally in global markets on expectations the US Federal Reserve would reaffirm its willingness to wait before ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago
Financial Express

Indian rupee fends off US dollar surge on upbeat investment sentiment

In a deviation from the trend seen last year, the rupee over the last three months has held its ground against a surging dollar even as the euro and the currencies of most emerging economies have lost significant ground. The domestic currency has ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Rupee fends off dollar surge on upbeat investment sentiment  Nagaland Post1 month ago

RBI stays the course on interest rates, repo at 8%

In a largely expected move, the Reserve Bank of India maintained status quo in its fourth bimonthly monetary policy. Indias central bank kept repo rate unchanged at 8 per cent while CRR was maintained at 4 per cent. Reverse repo rate and SLR rates were also ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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