INR=X - USD/INR

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in INR
70.5590
0.0000 (0.0000%)
As of 1:08AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close70.559
Open70.559
Bid70.559
Day's range70.559 - 70.559
52-week range68.2023 - 72.6200
Ask70.609
  • Rupee Trades Higher At 70.82
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    Rupee Trades Higher At 70.82

    The domestic currency rupee in Wednesday's session was trading higher at 70.82 per dollar. The unit opened at 70.89 as against the previous close of 70.92. On Tuesday, rupee closed at a one-month high on the back of strong foreign

  • Rupee rises 12 paise to 1-month high of 70.92 against US dollar
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    Rupee rises 12 paise to 1-month high of 70.92 against US dollar

    Mumbai: The rupee rose by 12 paise to close at a more than one-month high of 70.92 against the US dollar on Tuesday amid softening crude oil prices and weakening of the greenback vis-a-vis major global currencies. Forex traders said the Indian rupee gained ground on the back of stable crude oil prices and a weaker dollar index. During the day, the domestic unit fluctuated between a high of 70.85 and a low of 71.04 and finally ended the day at 70.92 against the US dollar, the highest closing level since November 5 when the unit settled at 70.69.

  • Rupee Opens At One-Month High Of 70.96/Dollar
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    Rupee Opens At One-Month High Of 70.96/Dollar

    The Indian rupee in Tuesday's trade opened at a one-month high of 70.96 per dollar as against the previous close of 71.05.Following a decline in crude oil prices on Monday, which touched a near 3-month high due to surprising production curb

  • Rupee Remains Volatile, Gains Ground In Trade After Initial Fall
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    Rupee Remains Volatile, Gains Ground In Trade After Initial Fall

    The rupee remained volatile in trade, after an initial fall in opening trade, the currency gained ground on dollar buying. The currency was last seen trading at 71.14 against the US dollar, a gain of 6 paise over Friday's closing of

  • No Signs of Rupee to Recover Lost Ground in Coming Year: Reuters Poll
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    No Signs of Rupee to Recover Lost Ground in Coming Year: Reuters Poll

    Most emerging markets currencies have depreciated against the US dollar, hurt by the tit-for-tat trade war between the world's two largest economies, and there are scant signs of a resolution anytime soon.

  • Rupee Opens Higher At 71.48
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    Rupee Opens Higher At 71.48

    Rupee on Thursday opened higher at 71.48 versus previous close of 71.53 per dollar on Wednesday. On December 4, the rupee ended higher by 13 paise on improved sentiment about US-China trade deal. Oil prices in today's trading session declined

  • Rupee on slippery slope for a year at least: Reuters poll
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    Rupee on slippery slope for a year at least: Reuters poll

    The Indian rupee will not recover lost ground in the coming year, according to a Reuters poll of currency strategists who are more pessimistic than last month amid doubts over any kind of trade truce between the United States and China. Most emerging markets currencies have depreciated against the U.S. dollar, hurt by the tit-for-tat trade war between the world's two largest economies, and there are scant signs of a resolution anytime soon. Also weighing on the currency's outlook, the Reserve Bank of India has cut its key interest rate by 135 basis points so far this year to support a slowing economy.

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    Indian rupee on slippery slope for a year at least - Reuters poll

    The Indian rupee will not recover lost ground in the coming year, according to a Reuters poll of currency strategists who are more pessimistic than last month amid doubts over any kind of trade truce between the United States and China. Most emerging markets currencies have depreciated against the U.S. dollar, hurt by the tit-for-tat trade war between the world's two largest economies, and there are scant signs of a resolution anytime soon. Also weighing on the currency's outlook, the Reserve Bank of India has cut its key interest rate by 135 basis points so far this year to support a slowing economy.

  • Rupee Weakens Amid US-China Trade Deal Concerns
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    Rupee Weakens Amid US-China Trade Deal Concerns

    On Wednesday, rupee was trading weaker against the US dollar as it tracked losses in its Asian peers amid doubts over a trade truce between the US and China. The Indian rupee opened at 71.80 a dollar as against Tuesday's close

  • Slower GDP Growth To Weigh On The Rupee
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    Slower GDP Growth To Weigh On The Rupee

    Slower GDP Growth To Weigh On The Rupee

  • Rupee Opens Lower At 71.78
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    Rupee Opens Lower At 71.78

    Rupee resumed trade on Monday at a weaker note, with a drop of 5 paise at 71.78versus the previous close of 71.73 per US dollar. In the bond market, yield on 10-year benchmark bonds stood at 6.467%. On Friday,

  • Rupee Trades Tad Higher At 71.32
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    Rupee Trades Tad Higher At 71.32

    Rupee in Thursday's session opened at 71.32 versus previous close of 71.35.The home currency in the last two session has gained ground despite dollar gaining strength primarily on account of positive equity market which has run up to fresh high with

  • Rupee Rises 10 Paise to 71.40 Against US Dollar in Early Trade
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    Rupee Rises 10 Paise to 71.40 Against US Dollar in Early Trade

    Forex traders said easing crude oil prices also supported the domestic unit. At the interbank foreign exchange the rupee opened at 71.43, then gathered momentum and touched 71.40 against the US dollar, registering a rise of 10 paise over its previous close.

  • Rupee Opens Tad Higher At 71.48
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    Rupee Opens Tad Higher At 71.48

    In Wednesday's session, rupee opened at 71.4825 versus previous session's close of 71.49. Rupee in early trade made an intra day high of 71.41. On Tuesday, rupee gained amid gains in the equities Also, there has been a case of

  • Rupee Trades Firm At 71.65; Market Awaits GDP Data
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    Rupee Trades Firm At 71.65; Market Awaits GDP Data

    Rupee resumed trade on Tuesday on a positive note and was seen quoting at 71.65, up 8 paose versus previous close of 71.73 per US dollar. Dollar stood firm on the back of strong US economic data both on the housing

  • Rupee only emerging Asian currency to weaken this quarter
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    Rupee only emerging Asian currency to weaken this quarter

    India’s rupee is the only emerging Asian currency to weaken this quarter and its losses may gather pace as a report this week is forecast to show economic growth slid to a six-year low, according to a Bloomberg report. The rupee, which has slumped almost 5% from this year’s high in July, is also under selling pressure due to escalating levels of public debt and a credit crunch among non-bank finance companies, known as shadow banks. Moody’s Investors Service cut the country’s credit rating outlook to negative this month, saying the economic slowdown was deeper and longer than it anticipated.

  • Rupee Trades Tad Higher
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    Rupee Trades Tad Higher

    Rupee in Monday' session was seen trading at 71.69 versus the previous close of 71.71 per US dollar. Dollar gained ground on the back of outperformance of the recent US economic data. Crude oil gained on Monday amid positive sentiment around

  • RBI Relaxes SNRR Account Norms To Push Rupee Transactions Outside India
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    RBI Relaxes SNRR Account Norms To Push Rupee Transactions Outside India

    On Friday, in an attempt to boost the internationalisation of the Indian rupee, the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) relaxed norms for the opening of special non-resident rupee (SNRR) accounts and permitted direct remittance from India into these accounts. Non-residents

  • Rupee Opens Unchanged At 71.82
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    Rupee Opens Unchanged At 71.82

    Rupee opened unchanged at 71.82 against previous day's close of 71.81 per US dollar.In Wednesday's trade, rupee weakened influenced by other Asian currencies as there was no proper take on US-China dispute . Also, a bill passed supporting protesters in Hong

  • Rupee Opens Lower At 71.95
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    Rupee Opens Lower At 71.95

    Rupee resumed session at 71.95, 11 paise lower versus previous day's close of 71.84 per dollar. On Monday, mixed trend in other Asian currencies, pulled rupee downward to close at 71.84 as investors awaited cues on US-China trade deal. Oil prices

  • Rupee Trades Higher At 71.63
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    Rupee Trades Higher At 71.63

    Rupee opens the trading session on Monday with 16 paise at 71.63 in comparison to the previous close of 71.79 per US dollar. In the bond market, yield on 10-year government bonds traded at 6.524%. On the institutional front, FPIs

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    Rupee Opens Higher At 71.79

    The Indian rupee on Friday opened higher with gains of 18 paise at 71.79 as against Thursday's close of 71.97. On the back of Moody's sovereign rating downgrade and other non-favourable factors such as low IIP factory data for September month

  • Rupee plunges to over 2 month low, tumbles 62 paise
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    Rupee plunges to over 2 month low, tumbles 62 paise

    Mumbai: The rupee nosedived 62 paise to hit an over two-month low of 72.09 to the US dollar on Wednesday as poor macro data and lingering worries over US-China trade war weighed on sentiment. The Indian unit finally settled at 72.09 -- registering a fall of 62 paise over its previous close.

  • Rupee Weakens To Over 2-Month Low; Crosses 72/Dollar Level
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    Rupee Weakens To Over 2-Month Low; Crosses 72/Dollar Level

    On Wednesday, the Indian rupee extended its day's losses and depreciated to as much as 72.06 at 4:35 pm after the domestic stock markets closed lower. NSE's Nifty 50 closed 0.61 percent lower at 11,840.45, while BSE's Sensex fell 0.57

  • Rupee Opens Still Lower At 71.75
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    Rupee Opens Still Lower At 71.75

    The rupee resumed trade on Wednesday on a still weaker note declining as much as 29 paise at 71.75 in comparison to Monday's close of 71.46. Rupee in the light of positive developments on the US-China trade deal front as well