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Indian rupee touches new low
The Indian rupee touched a record low of 57.33 against the dollar in trading Friday, amid global risk aversion and rising demand for dollars.
Indian expats rejoice as rupee hits 15.60 vs Dh1  Emirates 24/7
RBI, govt taking steps to tame falling rupee value: FinMin  Moneycontrol.com
DGCX extends trading hours for Indian rupee futures
DGCX extends trading hours for Indian rupee futures. The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) will open one-and-a-half hours earlier at 7.00 am local time (8.30 am Indian time) which is expected to help participants trading in Indian rupee futures.
Falling Indian Rupee lets you down while shopping
The depreciation of the Indian Rupee has become a nightmare for Indian shoppers in China. It might be fine for those who trade with China but for a large number of Indian tourists it is a devastating experience.
Indian rupee firms up on hopes of forex measures
The beleaguered Indian rupee rose 1.3 per cent this morning in anticipation of government measures to stem the rot in the currency.
10 steps India has taken to support rupee  NDTV
Rupee slide: Is there light at the end of tunnel?  Economic Times
Indian rupee near all-time low despite massive RBI intervention
The Indian rupee declined to near its lifetime low this morning despite heavy intervention by the country's central bank in the forex markets following the apparent failure of its moves to stem the slump.
Interest rates and the rupee  The Hindu
RBI may impose curbs on gold coin sale  Rediff
rupee continues its free fall
The rupee continued its free fall on Thursday and the BSE Sensex also fell after the lower GDP figures. The rupee settled at 56.08/09 per dollar after falling to a record low of 56.52 in early trade.
Who other than the Mahatma can adorn our rupee notes and why?
The news that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) may be considering putting more faces on Indian currency apart from the existing, ubiquitous image of Mahatma Gandhi has, inevitably, spurred a heated debate on who deserves to be there.
Bank notes: RBI considers other noteworthy icons
MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India is considering suggestions from people across all walks of life to put Indian luminaries other than M K Gandhi on our currency notes.
Indian Rupee: Standard Chartered advise an 'underweight' approach to currency ...
"We are also Underweight the Indian rupee (INR), with S&P's credit warning adding to short-term currency risks" - Standard Chartered.
'Fallen angel': India could be the first BRIC nation to downgraded ...  Daily Mail
India may become first 'fallen angel' among BRIC countries  Times of India
Rupee depreciation: Who gains, who loses?
Their relatives, who get more rupees for the same amount of dollars. Investments - Revenues of export-oriented companies will jump.