By Anurag Joshi and Saket Sundria The rupee's 2.4 per cent plunge in a single month meant an anxious November for treasurers at Indian companies that haven't hedged their overseas debts. Indian companies will need to repay about $10 billion of ... Economic Times, 6 days ago
Indian rupee's plunge costs unhedged funds dearly - Livemint.com, 6 days ago
Rupee's November Swoon Casts Shadow on India's Unhedged Debts - La Repubblica, 6 days ago
By Anurag Joshi India's billionaires are braving a slumping rupee to borrow from the international loan markets before the US Federal Reserve resumes interest-rate increases. Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Ltd is about to mandate 15 banks ...Economic Times, 1 week ago India's Billionaires Continue Record Dollar Loan Spree Bloomberg, 1 week ago Billionaires Brave Rupee Drop to Extend Record Dollar Loan Spree La Repubblica, 1 week ago
Infosys chief operating officer Pravin Rao said the sharp fall in rupee value against the US dollar would impact its margin but did not quantify the change. The rupee, which closed 68.73 against the US dollar on Thursday, was trading at 39-month ...Smart Investor, 1 week ago
Lakshmi puja offered a perfect means for display of the cultural identity of the Bangaal in front of the Ghoti. The festivities associated with Durga Puja hardly come to a conclusion before before Bengalis gear up to celebrate Goddess Lakshmi, the ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
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