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The Indian Rupee Just Hit A Historic Low
The Indian rupee tumbled to a record low on concerns that slower domestic growth will hurt the inflow of money. Global funds sold $78 million more of local shares than they bought in the June 18 - 22 week, according to Bloomberg.
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Gandhi's monopoly in Indian rupee to end
New Delhi, June 17 (TruthDive) : Mahatma Gandhi, Father of the nation has been on every Indian rupee printed by India government since 1997.
Bank notes: RBI considers other noteworthy icons  Times of India
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Indian Rupee: The Great Fall
The Indian Rupee is the new humpty dumpty. From about 44 Vs the dollar to below Rs 55 Vs 1 USD, it's been in a free fall mode for the past couple of years.
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Indian Rupee Continues to Fall Against US Dollar
Along with the euro, the Indian rupee has fallen significantly against the US dollar over the previous twelve months. The USD/INR pair hit a record high at 56.53 in May.
Indian rupee touches new low  Independent Online
Rupee free-fall continues, tanks past 57.30 against dollar  Zee News
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Why is the rupee going down?
India imports 83 per cent of its oil requirements (last year's bill was $150 billion). The monthly demand (of $12 billion) on this account as well as rising oil prices has usually kept the rupee under pressure. Apart from oil, there are gold imports ...
Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange extends trading hours for Indian rupee ...
The extended opening hours are predicted to be of greatest interest to participants trading in Indian rupee (INR) Futures and will enhance DGCX's leading proposition on this contract, it added.
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Slipping into a Free Fall
"Despite the RBIs intervention, the rupee has reached its all-time low. However, one should remember that this trend is not restricted to the Indian rupee; the problem exists across all Asian currencies, making it a more difficult situation," says DK ...
Rupee snaps 3-day losing streak  The Hindu
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Exchange rate: Fixed or floating?
The Reserve Bank of India's selective control in the forex market has been unable to control the free fall in the value of rupee in the recent months. This raises a fundamental question as to whether the RBI should consider alternative exchange rate ...
Rupee volatility is here to stay: Rashesh Shah, Edelweiss Group  Economic Times
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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.
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ET in Classroom: Impact of growing current account gap on the rupee
The Indian rupee has dropped nearly 23% from its August 2011 peak against the dollar. This sharp depreciation is mainly because of India's large current account deficit (about 4%* of GDP in 2011-12) that capital flows have not been sufficient to cover ...
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