'Indian Rupee' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Rupee Ends Lower at 67.64 on Dollar Demand
    Rupee Ends Lower at 67.64 on Dollar Demand

    After a day's breather, the rupee on Friday fell by 9 paise to 67.64 per dollar on fresh demand for the American currency from banks and importers.

  • Buy The Fall in Stock Markets: Sanjeev Bhasin
    Buy The Fall in Stock Markets: Sanjeev Bhasin

    After a brief spell of buying, the Dalal Street has come under renewed stress, with stock markets falling sharply for a second consecutive session on Wednesday. The Nifty slipped below the key 7,400 levels, while the Sensex traded below 24,500. Sanjeev Bhasin, executive vice chairman (markets & corporate affairs) of domestic brokerage IIFL says inv...

  • Rupee Gains Further to Hit 67.64 Against Dollar
    Rupee Gains Further to Hit 67.64 Against Dollar

    The rupee appreciated further from early gains and was trading higher by 14 paise against the US dollar to Rs 67.64 in late morning deals on Monday, on the back of sustained bouts of selling fo the American currency by banks and exporters amid rallying local equities.

  • Rupee Appreciates Further After Opening Higher at 67.80/Dollar
    Rupee Appreciates Further After Opening Higher at 67.80/Dollar

    The rupee appreciated further from early gains, up 30 paise to quote at 67.72 against the US currency in late morning deals on continued bouts of selling from banks and exporters amid higher local equities.

  • Rupee Gains Strength, Opens Higher at 67.80/Dollar
    Rupee Gains Strength, Opens Higher at 67.80/Dollar

    The rupee firmed up by 24 paise to trade at 67.78 against the US dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters and banks.

  • Government, RBI Keeping Close Watch on Rupee: Economic Affairs Secretary
    Government, RBI Keeping Close Watch on Rupee: Economic Affairs Secretary

    With the rupee breaching the 68 mark against US dollar, the Finance Ministry on Wednesday said it is keeping a close watch, along with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), on the domestic currency's movement and hoped that market volatility will stabilise soon.

  • Rupee Ends at 67.95/Dollar, Its Second Lowest Close Ever
    Rupee Ends at 67.95/Dollar, Its Second Lowest Close Ever

    The rupee on Wednesday fell over 50 paise to hit an intraday low of 68.17 per dollar, its lowest since September 2013, when the country was struggling with sluggish growth and high deficits.

  • Rupee Falls to Over Two-Year Low of 68/Dollar
    Rupee Falls to Over Two-Year Low of 68/Dollar

    The rupee fell to a more than two-year low on Wednesday, inching closer to a record low of 68.85 hit in August 2013, as a continued fall in global oil prices raised concerns about the global economy.

  • Let Rupee Slide to Help Exports Remain Competitive: Assocham
    Let Rupee Slide to Help Exports Remain Competitive: Assocham

    Asserting that the slide of the rupee was a good sign for India, Assocham on Sunday said the country must allow the currency to depreciate to help exports remain competitive.

  • Government, RBI Keeping Close Watch on Rupee: Economic Affairs Secretary
    Government, RBI Keeping Close Watch on Rupee: Economic Affairs Secretary

    With the rupee falling to 67.38 against US dollar, the Finance Ministry on Friday said it and the Reserve Bank of India are keeping a close watch on the currency movement and asserted that current account deficit will remain well under control.

  • Rupee Ends Lower at 66.81 on Dollar Demand
    Rupee Ends Lower at 66.81 on Dollar Demand

    The rupee ended lower by 18 paise to 66.81 against the US currency on fresh dollar demand from banks and importers in view of foreign capital outflows amidst a fall in equity market.

  • Sensex Slumps 300 Points, Nifty Below 7,500 Amid China Selloff
    Sensex Slumps 300 Points, Nifty Below 7,500 Amid China Selloff

    Indian markets fell sharply on Monday as Asian markets tumbled as another round of tepid data added to concerns about China's economy, which is already responsible for sparking a rout across global markets at the start of the year.

  • Domestic Institutions Need to Be Strong: Jaitley
    Domestic Institutions Need to Be Strong: Jaitley

    With China growth concerns spooking world financial markets, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said domestic institutions needed to be strong and resilient to withstand global headwinds.

  • Rupee Bounces Back From 3-Week Lows, Ends at 66.63
    Rupee Bounces Back From 3-Week Lows, Ends at 66.63

    The rupee staged a smart recovery from three-week lows and gained 30 paise to end at 66.63 against the American currency on Friday following a heavy dollar selling by banks and exporters.

  • Sensex Crashes to 19-Month Low as China Shakes Global Markets Again
    Sensex Crashes to 19-Month Low as China Shakes Global Markets Again

    Indian markets fell sharply on Thursday amid a crash in China stocks. The Sensex tumbled over 500 points to below 25,000 while Nifty breached 7,600 - their lowest level in over three weeks. The rupee also fell to inch towards 67/dollar.

  • Sensex Tumbles 450 Points to Below 25,000, Rupee Near 67/Dollar. It is China Again!
    Sensex Tumbles 450 Points to Below 25,000, Rupee Near 67/Dollar. It is China Again!

    Indian markets fell sharply on Thursday amid a crash in China stocks. The Sensex tumbled over 450 points to below 25,000 while Nifty breached 7,600 - their lowest level in over three weeks. The rupee also fell to inch towards 67/dollar.

  • Sensex Plunges 400 Points to Below 25,000, Rupee Near 67/Dollar. It is China Again!
    Sensex Plunges 400 Points to Below 25,000, Rupee Near 67/Dollar. It is China Again!

    Indian markets fell sharply today amid a crash in China stocks. The Sensex tumbled over 300 points while Nifty plunged below 7,650.

  • Sensex Set for Sharp Fall, China Halts Trading for Second Time This Week
    Sensex Set for Sharp Fall, China Halts Trading for Second Time This Week

    Indian stocks markets are poised to open sharply lower amid a crash in China stocks. The Nifty futures trading on Singapore stock exchange was trading nearly 1 per cent lower, indicating a lower opening for Indian markets.

  • Rupee Ends at 2-Week Low of 66.82/Dollar
    Rupee Ends at 2-Week Low of 66.82/Dollar

    After a brief overnight calmer, the rupee once again turned shaky against the US dollar and closed at 66.82 - its lowest level in more than two-weeks - on the back of frantic demand for the American currency.

  • RBI Likely Intervened to Curb Rupee Fall, Say Traders
    RBI Likely Intervened to Curb Rupee Fall, Say Traders

    State-owned banks were likely selling dollars on behalf of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to cap losses for the local currency, three FX traders told Reuters.

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