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Indian rupee down 19 paise at 63.30 Vs US dollar
The Indian rupee today lost 19 paise against the dollar at 63.30 at close as initial gains were washed out on account of strong demand for the US currency from oil companies even as stock markets were bullish.
Indian rupee opens higher at 63.05 a dollar
Indian rupee, 10-year bonds see worst week since Aug; global cues key  Business Recorder
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Expect Indian Rupee to trade on mixed note: Angel
On a weekly basis, The Indian Rupee and appreciated marginally around 0.1 percent in yesterday's trading session. The currency appreciated after US Federal Reserve said that it would be patient in deciding when to increase its interest rates.
Rupee's woes are likely to continue  Hindu Business Line
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Indian Rupee Best Asian Currency, Says HSBC
HSBC bank thinks the Indian rupee will be the strongest of the Asian currencies next year. �Lower oil prices should mean a persistent improvement in the current account and inflation.
HSBC sees Indian rupee to be best Asian unit next year, at 62.5-63 vs dollar  Financial Express
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Indian rupee up 7 paise against US dollar in morning trade
Indian rupee gains 7 paise to 63.23 against the US dollar in morning trade on fresh selling of the American currency by banks and exporters.
Indian rupee opens flat at 63.30 per dollar
Rupee strengthens 5 paise against dollar to settle at 63.25
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Bullish on Indian rupee bonds; equities volatile: StanChart
"Chinese bonds have been an area we have been particularly focused on. We also believe Indian rupee bonds offer very high yields, around 8 percent decline in interest rate outlook there as well.
Indian rupee gains, bonds flat; foreign investors stay on sidelines  Reuters
Rupee gains, bonds flat; foreign investors stay on sidelines  Yahoo Finance UK
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Indian Rupee, Bonds Complete Biggest Weekly Losses Since August
India's rupee and bonds completed their biggest weekly losses since August amid concern demand for emerging-market assets will suffer as global growth falters and investors prepare for higher U.S.
Indian rupee below 62 against US dollar for long will be a worry, says ...
On a day the Indian rupee breached 63 mark against the US dollar, Commerce Secretary Rajiv Kher said the government would get uncomfortable if the Indian currency stays for long below 62.
India rupee tests strong technical support, could fall to last year's ...  International Business Times UK
Angel expects Indian Rupee to trade on mixed note
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Falling Indian rupee may spook rate cut hopes, says State Bank of India
The continued weakening of the rupee driven by external factors is likely to delay any interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), according to a survey. �We believe that prolonged weakening of the rupee may delay any interest rate cut by the ...
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Indian rupee falls to 63.89, touches 13-month intra-day low
The rupee opened lower at 62.50 per USD and plunged to 13-mth low of 63.89 this week before ending At 63.30 per dollar, showing a loss of 101 paise or 1.62 per cent amid chaos in global financial markets caused by volatility in Russian currency rouble.
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Outlook: Indian rupee expected to remain weak against US dollar; buy on dips ...
Indian rupee remains an interplay of global and domestic factors. Currently, global macros and financial market themes are the dominant forces that is guiding the rupee.