Rupee rises 16 paise to 70.88 against dollar
The domestic currency finally settled at 70.88 per dollar, higher by 16 paise over its previous close.
Rupee slips 3 paise to 71.04 against dollar
Forex traders said a weak trend in domestic equities, political unrest in the US and unabated for...
Rupee slips 7 paise to 71.01 against dollar
Easing crude oil prices and weaker greenback restricted rupee's fall to some extent.
External debt rises to $557.4 billion till June
Valuation losses due to the depreciation of the US dollar against the rupee and other major currencies were placed at USD 1.7 billion.
Rupee rallies 40 paise on corporate tax cut
On a weekly basis, the Indian rupee lost 2 paise.
Forex reserve falls by $649 million to $428.96 billion
The reserve had touched a life-time high of $430.572 billion in August.
Rupee slips 10 paise to 71.34 against dollar
Forex traders said investors also turned cautious after the US Federal Reserve dimmed hopes of further rate cuts.
Rupee recovers by 54 paise to 71.24 vs dollar
Unabated foreign fund outflows capped the gains, forex traders said.
Rupee plunges 68 paise on crude oil woes
Surging crude oil has emerged as major fears for India in form of fiscal slippage and inflationary pressure.
Rupee rises for 7th day, gains 22 paise to 70.92
Most Asian currencies gained following signs of rapprochement between US and China over their trade dispute.
Rupee furthers loss by 18 paise as crude worries hurt sentiment
Elevated crude oil prices have emerged as major fears for India in form of fiscal slippage and inflationary pressure.
Rupee reverses gains to close flat at 71.71
Rising crude oil prices and foreign fund outflows weighed on the domestic currency.
Rupee logs 3rd straight gains, rises 12 paise to 71.72 a dollar
On a weekly basis, the domestic currency, however, lost 30 paise to the US dollar.
Forex reserve falls by $446 million to $428.6 billion
The reserves had touched a life-time high of $430.57 billion in August this year.
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