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Rupee sheds 6.7% in Nov; worst fall in 16 years

30-11-2011| Source:Reuters

The rupee suffered the worst fall in 16 years in November, plunging nearly 7% and hitting a record low, as persistent dollar demand from importers and portfolio outflows due to global risk aversion

US dollar ends higher against Rupee

25-11-2011| Source:PTI

US dollar ends higher against Rupee

Rupee likely to trade in range of 50-51: Nirmal Bang


of $1.3300 against the US dollar.The British pound is still at its level of $1.60 and is sitting tight at $1.59 on the lower level, despite weak fundamentals of the UK economy.The Bank

Rupee could be part of SDR in next 10-15 years: Montek

13-09-2011| Source:PTI

Planning panel Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia today said there is a possibility of Indian rupee entering the group of elite currencies like the US dollar and British pound, which constitute

Rupee likely to remain weak: Subramaniam Sharma


The rupee is likely to be weak on account of negative cues from global equity markets coupled with the fall in euro and the pound, says Subramaniam Sharma, Greenback Forex.

Rupee to remain rangebound: Pramit Brahmbhatt


The rupee is likely to remain rangebound today, says Pramit Brahmbhatt, Alpari India.

Pound to be much stronger than euro: Anand Rathi  

22-06-2011| Source:CNBC-TV18

will be much faster. Pound should be much stronger than euro.""Precious metals have seen a good rally in the last three-four sessions. Until the Greece issue is lingering and euro problems continues, gold

TCS unperturbed by US visa issue, says demand still strong  

31-05-2011| Source:CNBC-TV18

The IT sector has recently been plagued with issues of a depreciated rupee, visa problems and the European sovereign debt crisis. But these seem to be 'no-worry issues' for TCS' chief financial

Silver likely to see sharp corrections ahead: Anand Rathi  

26-04-2011| Source:CNBC-TV18

, it is higher than every other instrument in the market, what is a good trade, why this rush of volume and what is your trading strategy on the dollar-rupee?A: Volume obviously is picking up because a lot

Fortnightly outlook for currencies


The rupee traded in the range of 45.00-45.50 against the US dollar in the fortnight gone by. There was considerable debt-related inflow, which lent good support to the rupee towards the end

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