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Yuan devaluation effect: Will 65-66 be the new normal for the rupee?

Updated : Aug 25, 2015

By : Madan Sabnavis

Category : Business

Yuan devaluation effect: Will 65-66 be the new normal for the rupee?

The fall of the rupee is evidently due to the Chinese devaluation that has affected all countries. #Dollar #Rupee #FDI #Yuan #CurrencyWatch
Rupee hits 2-month low ahead of RBI policy review

Updated : Jan 27, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Economy

Rupee hits 2-month low ahead of RBI policy review

The rupee hit 62.90 in early trade, its lowest level since Nov. 22, as Asian stocks trading with heavy losses. The pair last trading at 62.77/78 vs Friday's close of 62.66/67.

#Stock market #Indian rupee #CurrencyWatch
Rupee rises 23 paise to 62.07 against dollar

Updated : Jan 08, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Investing

Rupee rises 23 paise to 62.07 against dollar

The rupee bounced back and ended at the day's high of 62.07, a rise of 23 paise or 0.37 percent. #Sensex #Dollar #Investing #Rupee #CurrencyWatch
Why NRIs should bet on rupee in 2014

Updated : Jan 07, 2014

By : Arjun Parthasarathy

Category : Economy

Why NRIs should bet on rupee in 2014

NRIs have a problem - they want to invest in India but are overcome by the fear a rupee fall. India is attractive for them because the rupee interest rates are higher than those on the dollar and euro.

#Inflation #Rupee #Indian rupee #CurrencyWatch #CAD #general elections
 Why outlook for rupee is positive in 2014

Updated : Jan 02, 2014

By : Arjun Parthasarathy

Category : Economy

Why outlook for rupee is positive in 2014

A strong rupee coupled with falling forward premium rates will make bonds attractive to FIIs leading to strong inflows into the debt market. FIIs have invested close to $1 billion in bonds in December 2013 and this trend is likely to continue in 2014. #Rupee #Bonds #Indian rupee #CurrencyWatch #rupee bonds
Poll shows rupee may weaken to 64/dollar on Fed worries

Updated : Dec 05, 2013

By : hidden hidden

Category : Economy

Poll shows rupee may weaken to 64/dollar on Fed worries

Analysts in the poll were less optimistic about the rupee's prospects than they were in a similar poll last month, but said the currency is unlikely to weaken to the record low levels seen in August due to an improvement in the country's current account deficit.

#Stock market #US Federal Reserve #Indian rupee #CurrencyWatch
Rupee gains past 62/dollar on US Fed, China optimism

Updated : Nov 19, 2013

By : hidden hidden

Category : Economy

Rupee gains past 62/dollar on US Fed, China optimism

The rupee gained past 62 to a dollar to a near two-week high on Tuesday on heavy selling by foreign banks on behalf of their overseas clients.

#Sensex #China #US Fed #Indian rupee #CurrencyWatch
Fed taper fears: Decoding why rupee is crawling toward 64

Updated : Nov 13, 2013

By : Uttara Choudhury

Category : Economy

Fed taper fears: Decoding why rupee is crawling toward 64

The rupee is likely to remain under pressure as investors worried about a cutback to the Federal Reserve's easy-money policies are once again pulling back from emerging markets like India, sparking a currency selloff that echoes the May to August rout. #United States #Federal Reserve #Indian rupee #CurrencyWatch #asset-buying stimulus
Rupee at 63: Why it may gain from ECB's rate cut

Updated : Nov 11, 2013

By : Arjun Parthasarathy

Category : Economy

Rupee at 63: Why it may gain from ECB's rate cut

The rupee has been hit by inflation and current account deficit that touched record highs of 4.8 percent of GDP in 2012-13. The markets have not favoured the rupee despite the interest rate differentials between India, the US and Eurozone.

#Inflation #RBI #Indian rupee #ECB #CurrencyWatch
Forget about more gains, rupee likely to stay around 62 until elections

Updated : Nov 08, 2013

By : hidden hidden

Category : Economy

Forget about more gains, rupee likely to stay around 62 until elections

The rupee will struggle to gain any ground in the next 12 months due to uncertainty around elections, the external deficit and the impact of a possible tapering in the Federal Reserve's stimulus programme, a Reuters poll showed.

#India #Elections #Indian rupee #CurrencyWatch #CAD