'Indian Rupee' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Black Friday In Stock Markets As Brexit Outcome Leads In UK Vote
    Black Friday In Stock Markets As Brexit Outcome Leads In UK Vote

    Indian stock markets and the rupee are likely to open gap down, tracking huge volatility in global financial markets today. The British pound sank over 9 per cent, its biggest fall in living memory as Brexit vote led in UK referendum. A vote for Brexit will unleash volatility not seen in a quarter of a century, analysts say.

  • S&P Retains Adani Rating At 'BBB-' With Stable Outlook
    S&P Retains Adani Rating At 'BBB-' With Stable Outlook

    It also affirmed its preliminary 'BBB-' long-term issue rating on the company's proposed issuance of Indian rupee-denominated senior secured notes.

  • Raghuram Rajan's Exit Will Not Cause Panic Reaction: Industry Body
    Raghuram Rajan's Exit Will Not Cause Panic Reaction: Industry Body

    Dismissing doomsday theories, industry body CII on Wednesday said the exit of RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan will not cause a panic reaction as the Indian economy is very strong and robust.

  • RBI To Ensure Orderly Condition Ahead Of Brexit Vote
    RBI To Ensure Orderly Condition Ahead Of Brexit Vote

    The Reserve Bank of India said on Wednesday it is monitoring developments ahead of Britain's referendum on whether to leave the European Union and would step in as needed to ensure order in financial markets.

  • Rupee Edges Lower Against Dollar, Falls To 67.50
    Rupee Edges Lower Against Dollar, Falls To 67.50

    The domestic unit yesterday ended lower by 23 paise to close at an over two-week low of 67.31 on heavy bouts of dollar demand.

  • Why Wall Street's Worried About Rajan's Exit From RBI: Foreign Media
    Why Wall Street's Worried About Rajan's Exit From RBI: Foreign Media

    The Indian rupee slumped as investors reacted to the news that Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan will return to academia in early September.

  • Rupee Falls On Raghuram Rajan's Exit; Sensex, Bonds Rise
    Rupee Falls On Raghuram Rajan's Exit; Sensex, Bonds Rise

    India's rupee fell to a near one-month low on Monday after Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan, whose reforms have been credited for much of the economy's success in recent years, announced he would quit when his term ends in September.

  • Rajan's Exit Hits Rupee, But Fails To Shake Dalal Street: 10 Developments
    Rajan's Exit Hits Rupee, But Fails To Shake Dalal Street: 10 Developments

    Indian equity and forex markets underperformed their global peers on Monday, following Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan's surprise announcement to not seek a second term.

  • Markets Seen Weaker On RBI Chief Raghuram Rajan Stepping Down
    Markets Seen Weaker On RBI Chief Raghuram Rajan Stepping Down

    Indian markets are set to open lower on Monday after Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan unexpectedly said he would step down in September, though the central bank is likely to step in to support the rupee, analysts and traders said.

  • Rupee Falls For Fourth Straight Session, Ends At 67.27/Dollar
    Rupee Falls For Fourth Straight Session, Ends At 67.27/Dollar

    Continuing its weakening trend for a fourth straight session, the rupee on Tuesday fell by 13 paise to end at 67.27 per dollar on Tuesday, on persistent demand for the American currency from banks and importers on the back of a higher greenback in the overseas market.

  • FCNR Redemption Could Hurt Rupee, Squeeze Liquidity: Analysts
    FCNR Redemption Could Hurt Rupee, Squeeze Liquidity: Analysts

    The rupee could turn volatile due to possible dollar shortages when NRIs redeem a large chunk of FCNR (B) deposits held in Indian banks, economists say.

  • Rupee Ends At 4-Week High Of 66.65 Against Dollar
    Rupee Ends At 4-Week High Of 66.65 Against Dollar

    Continuing its gains against the US dollar for a fifth trading session, the rupee on Wednesday firmed up by another 12 paise to close at a four-week high of 66.65 against the American currency, on sustained selling of the greenback by banks and exporters amid persistent foreign capital inflows.

  • Rupee Ends At 3-Week High Of 66.97 Against Dollar
    Rupee Ends At 3-Week High Of 66.97 Against Dollar

    Extending gains against the American currency for a third straight session, the rupee firmed up by 28 paise to close at a three-week high of 66.97 per dollar on Monday, on sustained selling of the greenback by exporters on the back of strong foreign capital inflows.

  • Rupee Snaps 3-Day Fall, Ends  At 67.29 Against Dollar
    Rupee Snaps 3-Day Fall, Ends At 67.29 Against Dollar

    The rupee made a smart recovery against the US currency after falling for three straight days, and ended 16 paise higher at 67.29 against the US dollar on Thursday, on fresh bouts of selling of the American currency by banks and exporters.

  • Sensex Choppy As Stronger Rupee Hits Exporters
    Sensex Choppy As Stronger Rupee Hits Exporters

    Indian shares edged lower on Thursday, heading for a second session of declines in eight, as a stronger rupee hit exporters and investors booked profits after indexes rose to the highest since late October during the week.

  • Rupee Falls For Third Straight Day, Ends At 67.45/Dollar
    Rupee Falls For Third Straight Day, Ends At 67.45/Dollar

    The rupee continued its fall for a third day against the US currency, settling 19 paise lower at 67.45 on Wednesday, on sustained demand for the dollar despite robust macro data.

  • Rupee Ends Lower At 67.26 On Dollar Demand
    Rupee Ends Lower At 67.26 On Dollar Demand

    Falling for a second straight day, the rupee on Tuesday lost 10 paise against the US dollar to settle at 67.26 per dollar due to sustained demand for the American currency from banks and importers.

  • RBI Caps Refiners' Dollar Buying For Iran Dues To Shield Rupee: Report
    RBI Caps Refiners' Dollar Buying For Iran Dues To Shield Rupee: Report

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has capped weekly dollar purchases by oil refiners to pay off their debts to Iran in order to avoid pressure on the rupee, three sources said on Monday.

  • Foreign Investors Pull Out Rs 6,000 Crore From Debt Market In May
    Foreign Investors Pull Out Rs 6,000 Crore From Debt Market In May

    Foreign investors pulled out close to Rs 6,000 crore from the Indian debt market in May after pumping in huge money in the preceding month.

  • Sensex Snaps 4-Day Losing Streak, Ends 75 Points Higher
    Sensex Snaps 4-Day Losing Streak, Ends 75 Points Higher

    The Sensex and Nifty edged lower in the opening deals on Tuesday tracking weakness in Indian rupee against the US dollar.

 
 

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