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The partially convertible rupee closed at 61.80/81 per dollar compared with 61.91/92 on Monday. It fell 11 percent in 2013, its third successive annual loss.
Mayuresh Joshi of Angel Broking prefers HCL Technologies and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) from the IT pack where the earnings growth both in dollar and rupee terms will be exceptional
Growth rate continued to slide throughout the year despite desperate attempts by the government to stem the tide. Pangs of inflation added to the overall despondency in a year that saw the rupee
State oil companies review petrol prices every fortnight and adjust them, if need be, to align with trends in the international oil prices and the rupee-dollar exchange rate.
Despite FIIs investing USD 20 billion in 2013, the index returns for FIIs in dollar terms is negative at 3.91 percent primarily due to rupee depreciation. The year 2013 has been more stock and sector
Never mind the fact that almost nobody had foreseen the US Federal Reserve deciding to start cutting back on its bond purchases, rupee nearly hitting 70 to the dollar, or things being unusually quiet
The rupee opened marginally higher by 7 paise at 61.84 per dollar on Tuesday as against previous day's closing value of 61.91 per dollar. The dollar index slipped below the 80 handle, while the euro
Rupee is going to trade rangebound with a slight negative bias today following a weak equity and high dollar demand by OMCs. However, a strong Euro against the dollar in the international market
FIPB permitting few foreign deals might help in boosting the positive sentiment and help rupee further, says Pramit Brahmbhatt, Alpari India.
Asian markets end mostly positive, China ends with minor losses. The euro is slipping. The US 10 year yield above 3 percent. Gold is testing the 1200 mark and WTI crude is above 100 dollars a barrel.
strength against Euro and other currencies. Euro has shown almost lowest levels against USD. Indian currency rupee also shown great depreciation against USD almost 69.40 levels against one American dollar
The Indian rupee opened lower by 10 paise at 61.95 per dollar versus 61.85 Friday. Himanshu Arora, Religare said, "Rupee is expected to strengthen against the dollar amid continuous inflows
Rupee is expected to strengthen against the dollar amid continuous inflows into Indian equities, says Himanshu Arora of Religare.
The range of rupee for the day is seen between 61.40-62.08/USD, says Himanshu Arora, Religare.
Sushil Finance has come out with its report on currency. "Indian Rupee is expected to trade on negative note on the back of month end dollar demand from Importers coupled with weakness
From the intra-day perspective, expect Indian Rupee to trade on a mixed note on the back of dollar demand from oil firms and importers coupled with mixed market sentiments will exert downside
The rupee opened higher against the US dollar tracking the rise in euro and some Asian currencies. However, it was quick to give up most of its initial gains as importers rushed to cover their month
Rupee is going to be range bound today with a slight negative bias owing to a choppy equity market and strong dollar on hopes of better economic data in the international market, says Pramit
Dollar selling by exporters and FII inflow will provide some positive push for rupee. The range for the day seen between 61.40-62.20/USD, says Pramit Brahmbhatt, Alpari India.
The Indian rupee is likely to trade in the range of 61.50-62.50 against dollar for the next one month, given the macroeconomic data, says NS Venkatesh, head - Treasury, IDBI Bank.In an interview
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