INR=X - USD/INR

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in INR
68.259
-0.018 (-0.026%)
As of 1:20AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close68.277
Open68.277
Bid68.259
Day's range68.259 - 68.319
52-week range63.2100 - 68.5400
Ask68.309
  • IANS India Private Limited8 hours ago

    Indian rupee recovers from 18-month low, strengthens by 8 paise

    Mumbai, May 24 (IANS) Global cues and a rise in the country's equity indices strengthened the Indian rupee on Thursday to Rs 68.35 per greenback.

  • IANS8 hours ago

    Indian rupee recovers from 18-month low, strengthens by 8 paise

    Mumbai, May 24 (IANS) Global cues and a rise in the country's equity indices strengthened the Indian rupee on Thursday to Rs 68.35 per greenback. "Rupee bounced from yesterday's 18-month low as the ...

  • GDP to grow at 7.5% in FY19; CAD, rupee a worry: Report
    Moneycontrol11 hours ago

    GDP to grow at 7.5% in FY19; CAD, rupee a worry: Report

    The country's GDP growth will accelerate to 7.5 percent this financial year, from 6.6 percent in the last fiscal, on better performance from the industrial and agricultural sectors, a report said today.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    Indian rice prices ease to lowest in a year as rupee slides

    Rice prices in India fell for the third straight week to their lowest level in a year as the rupee slipped to a 16-month low, while markets in other top exporters remained relatively muted. "Indian rice is very competitive compared to supplies from Thailand and Vietnam. Rice prices in the country, which emerged as a major importer in 2017 after floods damaged its crops, jumped around 40 percent last year due to depleting stocks, forcing the government to seek supplies from Asian countries like India, Thailand and Vietnam.

  • Rupee Could Hit $69 As Soon As Tomorrow, Says HDFC Bank's Bhaskar Panda Says
    Bloomberg Quint21 hours ago

    Rupee Could Hit $69 As Soon As Tomorrow, Says HDFC Bank's Bhaskar Panda Says

    Rupee Could Hit $69 As Soon As Tomorrow, Says HDFC Bank's Bhaskar Panda Says

  • Market Live: Sensex up over 350 pts but midcaps continue to underperform; ONGC trims loss
    Moneycontrol22 hours ago

    Market Live: Sensex up over 350 pts but midcaps continue to underperform; ONGC trims loss

    The share price of construction company NCC rallied nearly 10 percent following healthy earnings for the quarter ended March 2018.

  • Indian rupee opens higher by 12 paise at 68.30 per dollar
    Moneycontrol22 hours ago

    Indian rupee opens higher by 12 paise at 68.30 per dollar

    For the day, rupee is expected to quote in the range of 68.05 and 68.50, says Motilal Oswal.

  • Rupee Moves Towards Record Lows; Bond Demand Sluggish
    Bloomberg Quint22 hours ago

    Rupee Moves Towards Record Lows; Bond Demand Sluggish

    Rupee Moves Towards Record Lows; Bond Demand Sluggish

  • IANS India Private Limitedyesterday

    Fund outflows, oil prices weaken rupee to 68.43 against USD

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) High crude oil prices along with a persistent outflow of foreign funds from the country's equity and debt markets and formation of a non-BJP government in Karnataka weakened the Indian rupee to 68.43 per US dollar. "A cocktail of high crude oil prices, and an increase in US interest rates, along with uncertain domestic politics is playing the spoil sport for the rupee." "Unless oil prices fall sharply, below $75 on Brent, Dollar-Rupee can aim for the all-time highs of 69 against the US Dollar.

  • IANSyesterday

    Fund outflows, oil prices weaken rupee to 68.43 against USD

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) High crude oil prices along with a persistent outflow of foreign funds from the country's equity and debt markets and formation of a non-BJP government in Karnataka weakened the Indian rupee to 68.43 per US dollar. "Unless oil prices fall sharply, below $75 on Brent, Dollar-Rupee can aim for the all-time highs of 69 against the US Dollar.

  • IANSyesterday

    Equity indices slump around 1% on weak global cues, depreciating rupee

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) Persistent outflow of foreign funds along with weak global cues and a depreciation in the rupee led to the key Indian equity indices plunging on Wednesday. According to market observers, ...

  • IANS India Private Limitedyesterday

    Equity indices slump around 1% on weak global cues, depreciating rupee

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) Persistent outflow of foreign funds along with weak global cues and a depreciation in the rupee led to the key Indian equity indices plunging on Wednesday.

  • IANS India Private Limited2 days ago

    Fund outflows, rupee depreciation dent equity indices

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) Persistent outflow of foreign funds along with weak global cues and a depreciation in the rupee plunged the key Indian equity indices on Wednesday.

  • IANS2 days ago

    Fund outflows, rupee depreciation dent equity indices

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) Persistent outflow of foreign funds along with weak global cues and a depreciation in the rupee plunged the key Indian equity indices on Wednesday. According to market observers, ...

  • Podcast | Sensex closes over 300 points lower on weak rupee, global cues
    Moneycontrol2 days ago

    Podcast | Sensex closes over 300 points lower on weak rupee, global cues

    State Bank of India rose around 4 percent even as the bank reported a loss of Rs 7,700 crore for the quarter.

  • Indian rupee pares some losses, down 11 paise against dollar
    Moneycontrol2 days ago

    Indian rupee pares some losses, down 11 paise against dollar

    The rupee hit a fresh 16-month low of 68.15 in morning trade as against yesterday's closing level of 68.04 per dollar at the inter-bank foreign exchange here. It slid further to 68.29 at 1030 hrs.

  • Indian rupee opens at 68.15 per dollar; down 11 paise
    Moneycontrol2 days ago

    Indian rupee opens at 68.15 per dollar; down 11 paise

    The USD-INR pair is expected to quote in the range of 67.80 and 68.35, says Motilal Oswal

  • Rupee Weakness May Continue; Bond Auction In Focus
    Bloomberg Quint2 days ago

    Rupee Weakness May Continue; Bond Auction In Focus

    Rupee Weakness May Continue; Bond Auction In Focus

  • Rupee reverses two-day fall against US dollar, up 8 paise
    Moneycontrol2 days 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?
    Moneycontrol3 days 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
    Moneycontrol3 days 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
    Moneycontrol3 days 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 Limited3 days 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.

  • IANS3 days 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
    Moneycontrol3 days ago

    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