The Economic Times  11 hrs ago  Comment 
Weakening rupee value to three-and-half-month low amid fading hopes of a rate cut by the RBI after forecast of below-normal monsoon too weighed on sentiments.
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
Continued selling by foreign investors on worries regarding the controversial tax issue too kept the rupee under pressure.
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 24  Comment 
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
Even if IT firms offer revenue growth of 10-12 per cent, IT stocks should find place in any balanced portfolio, says Ajay Bagga.
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
Rupee is probably heading towards 65 against the greenback, says Gujral If that is the case, then equities too will fall, he adds.
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
The Indian currency ended the day at Rs 63.55 as against the US dollar after hitting day's low of 63.65 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange.
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
They have mentioned in INR terms that they grow at 8.5% to 10% and Infosys in this particular year did not beat or commit the higher end of its guidance either.
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
That seems to be the bigger problem and unfortunately even there the nature of those commodities does not allow too much of transfer.
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
Exchange on renewed demand for the American currency from banks and importers amid foreign capital outflows in the equity market.
The Economic Times  Apr 24  Comment 
The recent weakness in equity market and other global factors has led to a sharp depreciation in the Indian rupee against the USD.
The Economic Times  Apr 23  Comment 
The rupee is certainly a little over valued and it is in many ways getting reflected in the way the Reserve Bank has been intervening in the market.


This article discusses the Indian Rupee. For other Rupee currencies, see Rupee (disambiguation). You could also be looking for ETN Market Vectors Indian Rupee/USD ETN (INR).

The Rupee is the currency of the nation of India. In common printing, it is denoted with a preceding "Rs." Thus "Rs 143" would be read "one hundred and forty-three rupees".

But now the denomination "Rs" has been replaced by a new symbol.

The chart at left shows the USD/INR currency pair; the number of Indian Rupee equivalent to 1 U.S. Dollar (USD).

Why the rupee is rising against the pound and euro?

Is it only because GBP and Euro are generally trading weak against all the currencies or is it a more profound impact of Balance of Payment with the Euro area? hello?

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