'Indian Rupee' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Government Says Rupee Has Appreciated In Real Terms
    Government Says Rupee Has Appreciated In Real Terms

    The rupee may have weakened against the dollar in nominal terms, but at real effective exchange rates, it appreciated by 5.5 per cent in 2014-15 and 3 per cent in 2015-16, the government informed Parliament on Tuesday.

  • Rupee Ends Lower At 66.44 On Dollar Demand
    Rupee Ends Lower At 66.44 On Dollar Demand

    In line with equities, the rupee on Monday fell by 11 paise to close at 66.44 per dollar on fresh demand for the US currency from banks and importers despite a weaker greenback in the overseas market.

  • Rupee Firms Up For Second Day, Ends At 66.44/Dollar
    Rupee Firms Up For Second Day, Ends At 66.44/Dollar

    Extending its gain against the American currency for a second straight day, the rupee firmed up further by 8 paise to close at 66.44 on persistent selling of dollars by banks and exporters in view of persistent foreign capital inflows amidst weakness in the greenback overseas.

  • Rupee Breaks Losing Streak, Ends At 66.52/Dollar
    Rupee Breaks Losing Streak, Ends At 66.52/Dollar

    Snapping its three-session losing momentum, the rupee on Tuesday recouped by 10 paise to 66.52 per dollar on fag-end selling of the American currency by banks and exporters in view of weakness in the greenback in the overseas market and a strong bounce-back by domestic equities.

  • Rupee Ends Higher at 66.44 Against Dollar
    Rupee Ends Higher at 66.44 Against Dollar

    Extending its gains for a second consecutive day, the rupee moved up by another 3 paise to close at 66.44 on Monday, on selling of US dollars by banks and exporters.

  • Masala Bonds Can Be New Funding Source for Indian Firms: IFC
    Masala Bonds Can Be New Funding Source for Indian Firms: IFC

    Bullish on India's growth prospects, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) has said offshore rupee bonds can provide a new source of funding for Indian companies and they stand to benefit in the longer term from comparative pricing landscape.

  • Forex Reserves Rise to Over $359 Billion: RBI
    Forex Reserves Rise to Over $359 Billion: RBI

    Foreign exchange reserves have risen to $359.75 billion as of April 1, the Reserve Bank of India said.

  • India's Foreign Exchange Reserves Surge To Record High Of $360 Billion
    India's Foreign Exchange Reserves Surge To Record High Of $360 Billion

    India's foreign exchange reserves swelled to a record high of $360 billion for the week ended April 1, largely on account of the Reserve Bank of India's dollar purchases to rein in the rupee's strength as foreign funds poured into Indian financial markets, analysts said.

  • Rupee Ends Higher at 66.21 Against Dollar
    Rupee Ends Higher at 66.21 Against Dollar

    The rupee on Monday strengthened by 5 paise to close at 66.21 per dollar on persistent selling of the American currency by banks and exporters amid sustained foreign capital inflows.

  • Rupee Ends at 3-Month High of 66.37/Dollar
    Rupee Ends at 3-Month High of 66.37/Dollar

    Extending its gains for a fourth trading day, the rupee on wendesday surged by 17 paise to close at a three-month high of 66.37 per dollar on sustained selling of the American currency by banks and exporters amid firm stock markets.

  • Bonds, Rupee Gain On Hike Of Foreign Debt Investment Limits
    Bonds, Rupee Gain On Hike Of Foreign Debt Investment Limits

    India's 10-year benchmark bond and the rupee gained on Wednesday after the central bank said it would allow foreign investors to buy up to 275 billion rupees ($4.14 billion) in additional sovereign debt next month as part of its plan to gradually raise debt investment limits.

  • Rupee Ends Higher at 66.54 Against Dollar
    Rupee Ends Higher at 66.54 Against Dollar

    Extending gains for a third day, the rupee moved up by another three paise to close at 66.54 against the US dollar on Tuesday, on the back of persistent selling of the American currency by banks and exporters in view of heavy capital inflows from foreign funds.

  • Rupee Ends Lower at 67.38 Against Dollar
    Rupee Ends Lower at 67.38 Against Dollar

    Continuing weakness for a second straight day, the rupee on Tuesday fell by another 27 paise to close at 67.38 per dollar on sustained demand for the American currency from banks and importers.

  • Rupee Snaps 3-Day Winning Spree, Ends at 67.11/Dollar
    Rupee Snaps 3-Day Winning Spree, Ends at 67.11/Dollar

    Losing its three-day gaining momentum, the rupee on Monday dropped six paise to end at 67.11 per dollar on fag-end demand for the American currency from banks and importers on the back of a higher greenback in the overseas market.

  • Rupee Firms Up By 14 Paise, Ends At 67.07
    Rupee Firms Up By 14 Paise, Ends At 67.07

    Rising for the second straight session, the rupee today strengthened by another 14 paise to close at 67.07 against the US currency on sustained selling of dollars by banks and exporters in view of good foreign capital inflows.

  • India's Forex Reserves at Higher Level, but Debt Rises Too: DBS
    India's Forex Reserves at Higher Level, but Debt Rises Too: DBS

    India's foreign exchange reserves may have been at an elevated level, but its other liabilities have also gone up, following which the country's net international investment position (NIIP) has ended up in red, says a DBS report.

  • Rupee Ends Higher at 67.21 Against Dollar
    Rupee Ends Higher at 67.21 Against Dollar

    The rupee on Wednesday bounced back by 14 paise against the US currency to close at 67.21 on fag-end selling of dollars by banks and exporters amid sustained foreign capital inflows.

  • Rupee Snaps 6-Day Winning Spree, Ends at 67.35
    Rupee Snaps 6-Day Winning Spree, Ends at 67.35

    Reversing its six-day winning spree, the rupee on Tuesday dropped by 27 paise to close at 67.35 against the US dollar on fresh demand for the American currency from banks and importers amid a fall in crude oil prices.

  • Rupee Ends at Nearly 3-Month High of 67.08/Dollar
    Rupee Ends at Nearly 3-Month High of 67.08/Dollar

    Extending its rally for the sixth straight session, the rupee on Friday surged to a fresh two-and-half-month high of 67.08 per dollar by gaining another 26 paise against the American currency on persistent selling of the greenback by banks and exporters.

  • Forex Reserves Down Nearly $3.6 Billion: RBI
    Forex Reserves Down Nearly $3.6 Billion: RBI

    The country's foreign exchange reserves declined by a whopping $3.58 billion to $346.79 billion in the week ended February 26, on account of a fall in foreign currency assets (FCAs), according to Reserve Bank of India.

 
 

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