Trump dollar declarations show US currency move still in play
Trump has repeatedly pressured Jerome Powell to lower borrowing costs.
The World economy’s biggest week of 2019 as Fed prepares cut
Fed isn’t the only event with the ability to shape the outlook for global econom...
Forex reserve hits new high of $427.67 billion
In the previous reporting week, the reserves had surged by USD 4.215 billion to USD 426.42 bil...
Rupee settles 8 paise higher at 68.42 on Budget day
On a weekly basis, the Indian currency has gained 61 paise.
Rupee edges up 6 paise to 68.89 against dollar
The rupee had settled at 68.95 against the US dollar Tuesday.
Forex reserves hit a record high of $426.4 billion
. The reserves now stand at $426.4 billion, up $4 billion from $422 billion.
Forex reserve hits record high of $426.42 billion
Reserve position with the fund also rose by USD 9.6 million to USD 3.354 billion.
Rupee slips 22 paise to 71.40 against dollar
At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened on a weak note at 71.26.
Forex reserve declines by $1.3 billion to $422.2 billion
Foreign exchange reserves had increased by USD 1.686 bn to USD 423.554 bn last week.
View: Rupee likely to trade in 69.40-70.50 range
Data showed inflation in May rose 3.05% compared with 2.90% in the previous month.
Rupee logs 3rd straight loss; Indo-US trade tiff weighs
The domestic currency has lost 57 paise in the last three sessions.
Forex reserve nears lifetime high; rises $1.7 billion to $423.5 billion
The reserve had touched a lifetime high of $426.028 billion in April 2018.
Rupee pares gains, settles 19 paise lower against US dollar
Gains in domestic equities and foreign fund inflows supported the rupee and capped its losses to some extent.
Solid US data and virus optimism supports dollar
Dollar drifted north in morning trade to a two-week high of 109.87 Japanese yen.
Emami in talks with UltraTech, KKR, Temasek to sell stake in cement biz
The cement business recently received regulatory clearance for an initial public offer (IPO).
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