Currency Exchange Rate
Source:Money Rediff News Report - The currency exchange rate is a representation of the market sentiment about the strength of a nation's economy. As such, it is often ruthless in indicating what the rest of the world thinks about a country's economic stewardship.
4.48 PM May 24th 2012
more capital, it will indeed go a long way in augmenting supplies from the indigenous sources and providing much needed relief to our economy, including our currency exchange rates. Then there is HUGE shale gas sector waiting to be cracked open in our country.
6.28 PM May 17th 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Mumbai, March 27: The recent hike in steel prices has led to domestic rates overtaking import rates. The disparity of $40 a tonne (Rs 2,000 a tonne) is set to revive imports, which were lagging due to volatile currency exchange rates, according to dealers
11.46 AM Mar 28th 2012
markets as the epicentre of all the major financial activities of a nation. Today, we have a specific currency exchange rate at which two different parties enter into a financial transaction. Moreover, the companies listed in the stock market affect this currency exchange rate. So, it is important
11.17 AM Mar 3rd 2012
The ministry of corporate affairs (MCA) is likely to allow Indian companies to minimise the losses they may have to incur on account of unfavourable fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates by allowing them to keep such losses or gains out of the profit and loss accounts for the time being
5.58 PM Dec 24th 2011
Gokarn reiterated RBI’s intervention in the foreign exchange market was basically aimed to reduce volatility in the currency exchange rate adding that the central bank would not allow speculative trades to decide the direction of rupee. “We do it from the viewpoint of smoothing, from the viewpoint
11.54 PM Jan 9th 2012
In the midst of a raging war over currency exchange rate between the US and China at the G20 Summit here, India today cautioned against competitive devaluation and advocated that any resurgence of protectionism be resisted. India also spoke against talk of putting a cap on current account balance
7.24 PM Dec 29th 2011
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