INR=X - USD/INR

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in INR
68.0413
-0.0677 (-0.0994%)
As of 4:36PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close68.109
Open68.076
Bid68.041
Day's range67.919 - 68.137
52-week range63.2100 - 68.5400
Ask68.051
  • Rupee reverses two-day fall against US dollar, up 8 paise
    Moneycontrol2 hours ago

    Rupee reverses two-day fall against US dollar, up 8 paise

    The rupee today staged a mild recovery after two sessions of decline and edged higher by 8 paise to end at 68.04 against the US dollar on fresh selling of the American currency by banks and exporters.

  • How falling rupee affects your personal finance?
    Moneycontrol8 hours ago

    How falling rupee affects your personal finance?

    When rupee is weak against the US dollar, it will affect any investment done abroad, foreign education and foreign travel.

  • Crude oil, rupee, earnings to dictate market trend; these 10 stocks can give 28-94% returns
    Moneycontrol12 hours ago

    Crude oil, rupee, earnings to dictate market trend; these 10 stocks can give 28-94% returns

    Higher crude oil prices and the rupee’s weakness will continue to dampen sentiment putting pressure on the fiscal deficit and bond yields in the short term, Vikas Jain of Reliance Securities feels

  • Indian rupee opens higher by 10 paise at 68.02 per dollar
    Moneycontrol12 hours ago

    Indian rupee opens higher by 10 paise at 68.02 per dollar

    For the day, the USD-INR pair is expected to quote in the range of 67.80 and 68.35, according to Motilal Oswal.

  • IANS India Private Limited22 hours ago

    Fund outflows, high oil prices weaken further rupee

    Mumbai, May 21 (IANS) The formation of a non-BJP government in Karnataka, along with a persistent outflow of foreign funds from the country's equity and debt markets and high crude oil prices further weakened the Indian rupee on Monday. Last week, it had weakened by 68 paise to close at 68.01 against the US dollar from its previous close of 67.33 per greenback. "The US dollar continues to edge higher on the back of foreign fund outflows from the Indian bond and equity markets which is a part of larger sell-off seen in the EM market due to the rise in US interest rates," Anindya Banerjee, Deputy Vice President for Currency and Interest Rates with Kotak Securities, told IANS.

  • IANS22 hours ago

    Fund outflows, high oil prices weaken further rupee

    Mumbai, May 21 (IANS) The formation of a non-BJP government in Karnataka, along with a persistent outflow of foreign funds from the country's equity and debt markets and high crude oil prices further weakened the Indian rupee on Monday. Last week, it had weakened by 68 paise to close at 68.01 against the US dollar from its previous close of 67.33 per greenback. "The US dollar continues to edge higher on the back of foreign fund outflows from the Indian bond and equity markets which is a part of larger sell-off seen in the EM market due to the rise in US interest rates," Anindya Banerjee, Deputy Vice President for Currency and Interest Rates with Kotak Securities, told IANS.

  • Rupee drops by 12 paise to close at new 16-mth low on macro worries
    Moneycontrolyesterday

    Rupee drops by 12 paise to close at new 16-mth low on macro worries

    The rupee today lost another 12 paise to close at fresh 16-month low of 68.12 against the US currency on sustained dollar demand from importers and corporates amid weak global cues

  • Indian rupee down 7 paise against dollar in late morning deals
    Moneycontrolyesterday

    Indian rupee down 7 paise against dollar in late morning deals

    The rupee recovered from a fresh 16-month low of 67.08 against last Friday's closing level of 68.00 per dollar at the inter-bank foreign exchange here.

  • Political Cues, Oil Prices To Keep Rupee Under Pressure
    Bloomberg Quintyesterday

    Political Cues, Oil Prices To Keep Rupee Under Pressure

    Political Cues, Oil Prices To Keep Rupee Under Pressure

  • IANS2 days ago

    Oil prices, rupee value to influence equity indices

    Mumbai, May 20 (IANS) Persistently high global crude oil prices, along with the rupee's movement against the US dollar and the ongoing quarterly results season are expected to drive the trajectory of the key Indian equity indices in the coming week. However, analysts predict a negative reaction from investors on the formation of a non-BJP government in Karnataka and any further outflow of foreign funds. "Markets will closely track the floor test results in Karnataka," Devendra Nevgi, Founder and Principal Partner, Delta Global Partners, told IANS.

  • IANS India Private Limited2 days ago

    Oil prices, rupee value to influence equity indices

    Mumbai, May 20 (IANS) Persistently high global crude oil prices, along with the rupee's movement against the US dollar and the ongoing quarterly results season are expected to drive the trajectory of the key Indian equity indices in the coming week. "Markets will closely track the floor test results in Karnataka," Devendra Nevgi, Founder and Principal Partner, Delta Global Partners, told IANS. "Globally USD, US interest rates and crude oil prices need to be monitored due to their influence on the local markets." Apart from Karnataka politics, crude oil prices which have lately been around the $80 per barrel-mark are expected to impact investor sentiments.

  • Rupee heading towards the elusive 70-mark? Macros and technicals suggest it could
    Moneycontrol2 days ago

    Rupee heading towards the elusive 70-mark? Macros and technicals suggest it could

    US President’s decision to re-impose sanctions on Iran will not only hit the dynamics of the global oil trade, it will also force India to revisit at its ties with the Middle Eastern oil nations

  • Rupee suffers rout as surging oil casts its dark shadows
    Moneycontrol3 days ago

    Rupee suffers rout as surging oil casts its dark shadows

    The embattled rupee witnessed a virtual free fall - plummeting sharply by a staggering 67 paise to end at a fresh 16-month low of 68 against the US currency on heavy dollar demand amid global macro challenges.

  • Falling rupee impacting auto industry's bottomline: Toyota
    Moneycontrol4 days ago

    Falling rupee impacting auto industry's bottomline: Toyota

    Rupee depreciation is impacting the bottomline of auto industry, which is already reeling under the impact of increasing crude oil prices, a top official of Toyota Kirloskar Motor said today.

  • RBI sets rupee reference rate at 67.9577 against dollar
    Moneycontrol4 days ago

    RBI sets rupee reference rate at 67.9577 against dollar

    The Reserve Bank of India today fixed the reference rate of the rupee at 67.9577 against the US dollar and 80.2784 for the euro.

  • Indian rupee opens lower at 67.77 per dollar
    Moneycontrol4 days ago

    Indian rupee opens lower at 67.77 per dollar

    The Indian rupee opened lower by 7 paise at 67.77 per dollar on Friday.

  • RBI Purchases May Support Bonds; Rupee Set To Dip
    Bloomberg Quint4 days ago

    RBI Purchases May Support Bonds; Rupee Set To Dip

    RBI Purchases May Support Bonds; Rupee Set To Dip

  • US dollar declines against rupee
    Moneycontrol5 days ago

    US dollar declines against rupee

    The US dollar declined against the rupee at Rs 67.70/71 per dollar and the pound sterling also finished lower at Rs 91.31/33 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (forex) market here today.

  • NRI bonds more effective than rate hike in stabilising rupee: Report
    Moneycontrol5 days ago

    NRI bonds more effective than rate hike in stabilising rupee: Report

    According to the global financial services major, for stabilising the rupee, NRI bonds are far more effective instrument than rate hikes.

  • Why Is The Indian Rupee Looking Nervous?
    Bloomberg Quint5 days ago

    Why Is The Indian Rupee Looking Nervous?

    Permanent foreign currency outflows could hit $45 billion this year, a level not seen since FY13.

  • Closing Bell: Sensex falls 239 pts, Nifty ends below 10,700; Rel Comm jumps 65%
    Moneycontrol5 days ago

    Closing Bell: Sensex falls 239 pts, Nifty ends below 10,700; Rel Comm jumps 65%

    More than 60 companies are declaring their results for quarter ended March later today.

  • Investors fear weakening rupee may affect solar tariffs: Study
    Moneycontrol6 days ago

    Investors fear weakening rupee may affect solar tariffs: Study

    Investors are cautious in bidding for solar power projects, fearing that depreciation in rupee, if unhedged, may reduce their returns and in turn increase tariffs.

  • Rupee Gains From Jan 2017, Yields Soften
    Bloomberg Quint6 days ago

    Rupee Gains From Jan 2017, Yields Soften

    Rupee Gains From Jan 2017, Yields Soften

  • Weak rupee will further curb palm oil imports, says trade body; duty hike in March and tighter credit hurt industry
    Firstpost6 days ago

    Weak rupee will further curb palm oil imports, says trade body; duty hike in March and tighter credit hurt industry

    The rupee has fallen about 4 percent since the start of April due to a broadly firmer US dollar and rising oil prices.

  • Suspected RBI interventions stems rupee's fall
    Moneycontrol6 days ago

    Suspected RBI interventions stems rupee's fall

    The rupee had weakened to a 16-month closing low of 68.15 per dollar on Tuesday.