The Hindu Business Line  6 hrs ago  Comment 
But gear up for a volatile week as Trump speaks to Congress
The Times of India  8 hrs ago  Comment 
Withdrawal of old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes affected automobile sales in north and west India but the sales in southern region were not, said a Kotak Institutional Equities report. According to the report, passenger vehicle demand was less...
The Economic Times  9 hrs ago  Comment 
A large uptick in foreign capital inflows along with unwinding of long-dollar positions by speculative traders predominantly supported the highly bullish upmove.
The Economic Times  Feb 27  Comment 
Emerging Asian currencies such as the baht and Indian rupee held firm ahead of Trump's speech to the joint session of Congress due on Tuesday.
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 27  Comment 
The rupee was trading strong at 66.77 on increased selling of the American currency by exporters and banks. Besides, the dollar’s weakness against some currencies overseas supported the rupee but ...
The Times of India  Feb 27  Comment 
Continuing its uptrend, the rupee firmed up by another 17 paise to 66.65 against the US dollar in early trade on Monday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on increased selling of the American currency by exporters and banks.
The Economic Times  Feb 27  Comment 
The BSE Sensex was down 46.14 points, or 0.16 per cent, at 28,846.83, while the 50-share Nifty index was trading 14.45 points, or 0.16 per cent down at 8,943.70 in early trade.
The Economic Times  Feb 24  Comment 
Besides, the report said firming up of global commodity prices as well as depreciation of the rupee poses significant upward risk to inflation.
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 23  Comment 
Edible oils witnessed bearish trend on Thursday tracking weak futures, recovery in rupee amid absence of fresh bulk demand. On BCE imported palmolein and soya oil declined by Rs2 each. All other edibl...


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But now the denomination "Rs" has been replaced by a new symbol.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