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The Hindu Business Line  10 hrs ago  Comment 
Dollar sales by exporters and banks helped the currency, but global dollar strength could keep it under pressure
The Economic Times  Nov 21  Comment 
Rupee gained recovering from its nine-month low as sentiment improved after China cut interest rates and as domestic shares soared to record highs.
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 21  Comment 
Tracking broad gains in the local equity markets, the Indian currency closed stronger at 61.79 against the dollar on Friday.On Thursday, the rupee had closed at 61.95 against the dollar....
The Economic Times  Nov 21  Comment 
The rupee is bound to depreciate over a longer term, but I guess RBI will periodically intervene to prevent any undue volatility.
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 21  Comment 
The rupee was trading strong by 18 paise at 61.78 against the dollar at 4.20 p.m. local time on heavy dollar selling by banks and exporters and robust capital inflows into the domestic equity mark...
Reuters  Nov 21  Comment 
Reuters Market Eye - The rupee is trading at 61.8775/8800 vs Thursday's close of 61.94/95.
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 20  Comment 
Indian rupee fell to a nine-month low on Thursday against the US dollar. After touching an intra-day low of 62.25, the rupee, however, recovered to close at 61.94. Software exporters earn more tha...
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 20  Comment 
After hitting a nine-month low of 62.25 per dollar, the rupee ended flat at 61.96 against its previous close on dollar sales by banks and exporters. The dollar index was trading marginally higher...
The Economic Times  Nov 20  Comment 
Reuters  Nov 20  Comment 
The BSE Sensex and Nifty edged up on Thursday as exporters such as Infosys Ltd rallied after the rupee fell to a nine-month low, although the weaker local currency hit other blue-chips such as Tata Motors by tempering hopes of interest rate cuts.




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But now the denomination "Rs" has been replaced by a new symbol.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