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Jan 30, 2014
This US dollar-rupee chart tells us the market is wary of UPAThe dollar-rupee rate has never been as volatile as its has been under the UPA regime.
Dec 11, 2013
Rs 210,000 cr: That's how much money RBI has printed in 3 monthsThe $34 billion swap arrangement offered by the RBI to banks has resulting in the printing of more than Rs 2,10,000 crore in rupee. Will this boost inflation?
Aug 21, 2013
Rupee hits 64: Five lessons from an avoidable man-made disasterIt is not going to be easy rescuing the rupee in the short-term, but the whole world can learn how not to deal with a currency crisis from our example
Aug 20, 2013
Sensex, rupee are tanking: Dalal St has lost faith in UPAThe markets - stocks, bonds, gold, and currency - have stopped believing in the UPA. Rescuing the UPA's credibility means sacrificing the government
Aug 20, 2013
The rupee at 63: Here's how fear can make you moneyOne thing is clear: the fall of the rupee is the result of our own follies. But it can't keep falling endlessly, and there's money to be made for those who dare.
Aug 16, 2013
Greed or fear? Rupee, market gloom may be overdoneThe markets are crashing in the wake of the RBI's hamhanded efforts to curtail capital outflows. But it is not the time for excessive pessimism.
Aug 13, 2013
Chidambaram plays Sonia's Shikhandi, but it won't save the rupeeThe steps announced by the FM to reduce the CAD and save the rupee are really efforts to help UPA in an election year and not solutions to the economy's woes
Aug 03, 2013
Markets clueless on direction, this isn't the time for bravadoFrom a medium term perspective the markets seem to be consolidating before making their next move.
Jul 11, 2013
Come back Chidambaram, your job is here, not in WashingtonThe problems and solutions relating to a weak rupee lie in India, not Washington. It is Indians' lack of faith in the India story that needs reviving, not foreigners'
Jun 12, 2013
Why 55-60 to the dollar may be the new normal for rupeeA drop in the US dollar index does not seem to help the rupee; this shows that the Indian currency seems to be marching to its own gloomy beat.