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See rupee strengthening to 44/$ in Q1CY11: BNP Paribas  

28-12-2010| Source:CNBC-TV18

In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Chin Loo, spoke on where the the dollar, the dollar index, the euro-dollar, and the dollar-emerging market currencies are headed in 2011.

Rupee likely to remain marginally weak: Sharma


The rupee is likely to be marginally weak on the back of the weakness in the euro. Crude prices above $90/bbl could also be negative for the currency, says Subramaniam Sharma, Greenback Forex.

Rupee ends strong, dollar inflows robust

21-12-2010| Source:Reuters

The rupee ended strong but off highs, on the back of robust dollar inflows, positive local shares and a weak dollar overseas.

Rupee to tread water, watch shares

10-12-2010| Source:Reuters

The rupee is likely to open flat to slightly higher on Friday tracking mild losses in the dollar versus major currencies, but the domestic sharemarket moves would be key for direction.

Fortnightly outlook for currencies


major currencies like the euro, the sterling and the Australian dollar towards the end of the fortnight.The Chinese Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) was reported to be 55.2 in November, up

Sees rupee weakening not strengthening by yr-end: Expert  

08-12-2010| Source:CNBC-TV18

AV Rajwade, Forex and Treasury Management Consultant, in an interview on CNBC-TV18, says he expects the euro to continue to stay under pressure due to mounting concerns of more bailout packages

Rupee at 3-week high tracking Asian peers

06-12-2010| Source:Reuters

The rupee extended its rally to a fifth straight session on Monday, rising to fresh three-week highs, boosted by gains in most other Asian currencies and a firm start to the domestic sharemarket.

Expect rupee to trade between 44.50-46/$: BNP Paribas

03-12-2010| Source:CNBC-TV18

, in an exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18s Latha Venkatesh, spoke on the plight of euro and the dollar going forward.

Rupee likely to remain marginally firm: Sharma


The rupee is likely to be marginally firm on domestic equity market cues. A rebound in the euro will also support the currency. Importer demand is likely around the 45/$ level. The range

Rupee loses steam on dollar short-covering

02-12-2010| Source:Reuters

The rupee on Thursday lost some steam to trade a tad up as oil importers' dollar demand and dollar shortcovering bouts almost matched the boost given by local share gains and the euro's gains against

India gold hits record high; Rs 21,000 eyed

01-12-2010| Source:Reuters

weeks as growing fears about Portugal's debt pummeled the euro, sending bullion priced in the single currency to a record high. However, a strong rupee kept the upside in local prices limited, analysts

Rupee weakens on $ rise, risk aversion

30-11-2010| Source:Reuters

The rupee extended its fall on Tuesday as the dollar climbed against majors and global risk aversion weighed on Asian equities.

Rupee likely to remain marginally weak: Subramaniam Sharma


The rupee is likely to be marginally weaker on continuous weakness in the euro. Cues from domestic equity markets may also add pressure to the rupee. The range for the day is seen between 45

Rupee might depreciate against Euro: Karvy


Karvy Forex Research has come out with a research report on currencies. The broking firm says, given the rebound in the euro rupee might depreciate against the Euro.

Rupee likely to be under pressure: N Subramaniam


The rupee is likely to be under pressure as the Euro retreated further. I expect volatility in the currency market on account of the Korean tension and European debt crisis. The range for the day

Oil falls to near $81 as euro zone woes persist

23-11-2010| Source:Reuters

Oil fell to near USD 81 on Tuesday, extending losses seen in the previous session, as the dollar gained against the euro on fears that Ireland's debt crisis may spread in the euro zone.

Rupee seen steady, no large dollar inflows seen

15-11-2010| Source:Reuters

The rupee is expected to open nearly steady with a downward bias on Monday, with local stocks and global dollar movement to provide directional cues, as no large capital inflows are seen

44/$ a key level to watch out for rupee: BNP Paribas  

04-11-2010| Source:CNBC-TV18

that will translate as well to an extended period of US dollar weakness.Q: If you are not giving us a level on the dollar index, what would your levels be on dollar-yen or the euro-dollar. Is the breaking of that 79

Fortnightly outlook for currencies


, the dollar gained some strength in the fortnight owing to profit-booking in the euro and Chinas move to increase its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points.The euro continued to gain ground as economic

Rupee likely to remain flat with positive bias: Sharma


The rupee is likely to be flat with a positive bias on account of the sharp rally in the euro and domestic equity market sentiment, says Subramaniam Sharma, Greenback Forex.

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