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Oct 07, 2019
Rupee slips 21 paise to 71.09 against dollar in early trade; rising demand for dollar weighs on domestic currencyForex traders said rising demand for the US dollar vis-a-vis other currencies overseas also weighed on the domestic currency
Jul 10, 2019
Rupee falls 16 paise to 68.67 against dollar in early trade; unabated foreign fund outflows, crude prices impact currencyThe rupee opened weak at 68.61 at the interbank forex market and slipped further to 68.67, showing a decline of 16 paise against its previous close
Jul 09, 2019
Rupee falls 18 paise to 68.84 against dollar in early trade; weak domestic equity market weighs on currencyThe rupee opened weak at 69.65 against the US dollar at the interbank forex market
Jun 03, 2019
Rupee rises 31 paise to 69.39 against dollar in early trade ahead of RBI MPC meet; easing crude prices aid domestic currencyThe rupee opened strong at 69.48 at the interbank forex market then gained further ground and touched 69.39 amid a positive opening
Jan 03, 2018
Banks await Rs 15000-cr mark-to-market loss on surging bond yields: ICRA reportContinuing surge in the benchmark bond yields, which rose as much as 67 bps in Q3, will leave banks with a big hole in their treasury portfolios and result in mark-to-market (MTM) losses of Rs 15,500 crore for the December quarter alone, warns a Icra report
Nov 14, 2017
India's 10-year bond yield at over 13-month high as inflation disappointsTraders expect bond yields to rise further as state-run banks, usual buyers in secondary market, sit on heavy losses.
May 07, 2015
Guess who supported RBI's Rajan in his turf war with finance ministry? Prime minister ModiModi doesn't want to upset the apple cart, says a source
Jul 26, 2013
RBI's moves pull rupee to five-week high at 58.69The central bank has tightened money supply and pushed up short-term interest rates to try to generate demand for the rupee, which hit a record low on July 8, but that has forced the government to pay abnormally high yields to sell its debt -- including 11 percent on three-month paper earlier this week.
Dec 22, 2011
Why did Moody's upgrade us when we are going downhill?The Moody's upgrade of India's government bonds is a technical upgrade, not a real vote of confidence on the Indian economy.