Feb 26, 2013, 09.04 AM | Source: Moneycontrol.com
The Indian rupee opened lower at 54.06 per dollar versus 53.87 yesterday's closing.
Jayesh Mehta (more)
MD & Country Treasurer, Bank of America | Capital Expertise: Currencies
The euro slipped to a 6-week low versus the dollar, below 1.31. The dollar index inches close to the 82 mark.
Jayesh Mehta, BofA ML said, "The rupee is likely to be rangebound. The continued USD demand, Asian currency weakness against the USD and the current account deficit will weigh on sentiment. The range for the day is seen between 53.75-54.10/USD."
The 66.30/dollar mark could be tested in today's s
Government bonds yields are likely to trade with a
Expect the USD-INR currency pair will continue tra
The domestic currency resumed higher at 66.35 as a
Global cues to watch for are crude oil price movem
The 10-year yield could soften by 2-4 bps in the o
HeidelbergCement India has reported a sales turnov
Medi-Caps has reported a sales turnover of Rs 6.77