CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in USD
+0.00 (+0.17%)
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Previous close0.015
Day's range0.015 - 0.015
52-week range0.0145 - 0.0157
  • IANS8 months ago

    RBI monetary policy, rupee, fund inflows to steer Indian equities

    Mumbai, April 2 (IANS) The monetary policy outcome of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), movement of the Indian rupee and inflow of funds are expected to set the trend for the Indian equity markets during ...

  • IANS10 months ago

    Equities remain bullish over budgetary sops, strong rupee

    Mumbai, Feb 4 (IANS) The bull run at the Indian equities markets continued for the second consecutive week as sops announced in the Union Budget 2017-18, along with a strong rupee and inflow of foreign ...

  • IANS10 months ago

    Profit booking, rupee depreciation subdue equities

    Mumbai, Jan 9 (IANS) Profit booking, coupled with rupee depreciation and lower global crude oil prices subdued the Indian equities markets on Monday. Besides, continuous outflow of foreign funds and lower ...

  • IANS11 months ago

    Global cues, weak rupee drag equity markets lower

    Mumbai, Dec 22 (IANS) Broadly negative global indices, coupled with foreign fund outflows and depreciation of the rupee, dragged the Indian equity markets lower on Thursday. Besides, investors were cautious ...

  • IANS11 months ago

    Weak global cues drag Indian equities lower

    Mumbai, Dec 20 (IANS) Foreign fund outflows, coupled with weak global cues and rupee depreciation, dragged the Indian equity markets lower for the fifth consecutive day on Tuesday. Besides, broadly negative ...

  • IANS11 months ago

    Indian equities tumble on global cues, weak rupee

    Mumbai, Dec 17 (IANS) The Indian equity markets ceded their initial gains during the just-ended trade week to close on a negative note, as global cues, along with rupee's depreciation and the outflow of ...

  • IANSlast year

    Foreign fund outflows to mount pressure on rupee

    Mumbai, Nov 26 (IANS) The Indian rupee is expected to remain under pressure in the coming week due to heightened chances of a US rate, along with massive flight of foreign funds from the capital markets. "The rupee is expected to remain under pressure over the next week," Anindya Banerjee, Associate Vice President for Currency Derivatives with Kotak Securities, told IANS. According to Hiren Sharma, Senior Vice President and Head-Forex Advisory at Anand Rathi Financial Services, upcoming events like the OPEC (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) meet, Italy's referendum and the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) meeting will have a major impact on the rupee's movement.

  • Reuterslast year

    Indian rupee hits record low as emerging market rout intensifies

    The Indian rupee fell to a record low of 68.8650 on Thursday, pressured by a rallying U.S. dollar, capital outflows from emerging markets, and worries about the country's demonetisation drive. Despite repeated interventions by the central bank to slow the slide, the rupee breached its previous low of 68.85 to the dollar hit in August 2013, when India was mired in its worst currency crisis in more than two decades. The Reserve Bank of India intervened again in the afternoon, after spending around $500 million in the morning, eventually pushing the rupee to a close of 68.73, down from its 68.58 close on Wednesday.