Rupee

  • Rupee likely to stabilise at 68-69 vs dollar: Garg: DEA Secretary says public sector banks to be profitable inone-to-two years http://bit.ly/2OLrVBy

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  • India's CAD to widen to 2.5% of GDP in FY19 on higher oil prices: Moody's: Rupee last week dropped to a record low of 70.32 to a US dollar as political turmoil in Turkey http://bit.ly/2BpGEAq

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  • India's current account deficit to widen to 2.5% of GDP in FY19: Moody's, experts: Sunil Sinha, Principal Economist, India Ratings and Research, said the rupee depreciation will have both positive and negative impact on the economy. http://bit.ly/2Bk6aHf

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  • 'Rupee depreciation largely owing to strengthening of dollar' : While the rupee is Asia's worst performing currency so far this year, the depreciation is largely owing to the dollar strengthening rather than any i http://bit.ly/2Bm2dSw

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  • Current account deficit may widen to 2.8% of GDP: Nomura: India's current account deficit is expected to widen to 2.8 per cent of GDP in this financial year. With rising oil prices, depreciating rupee and o http://bit.ly/2BqoQVU

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  • India's current account deficit is expected to widen to 2.8% of GDP this fiscal: Nomura: With rising oil prices, depreciating rupee and outflow of portfolio investments, there are concerns that CAD might rise in the current fiscal. http://bit.ly/2Bp9XmG

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  • Global cues, rupee movement to dictate market trend this week: Trade talks between China and the US, movement of Turkish lira and rupee would take centre stage this week and dictate the trend in the equity marke http://bit.ly/2BnjavD

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  • From trade war to Turkey's lira crisis, factors that led to rupee's decline: The Indian currency has lost 10.5% of its value this year so far against the backdrop of India's ballooning fiscal deficit http://bit.ly/2BozHQd

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  • Rupee might stabilise at 68-69 a dollar: Economic Affairs Secretary Garg: 'If oil prices do not rise further, the chances of the rupee stabilising at 68-69 level is more,' Garg said http://bit.ly/2OHBWjh

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  • Rupee likely to stabilise at 68-69 a dollar, says government: Oil prices will be a major factor in deciding rupee's value against dollar: Economic Affairs Secretary Subhas Garg http://bit.ly/2BmRXsV

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  • Rupee might stabilise at 68-69 a dollar: Economic affairs secretary: According to Garg, the current turmoil in Turkey, triggered by US sanctions, had not affected the perception of India. The flow of foreign portfolio investments (FPI) had not altered either and there had http://bit.ly/2BmU5RF

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  • Rupee crossing 70 won't matter beyond a point: Ravi Dharamshi: "Right now, we are depreciating because the dollar index is getting stronger." http://bit.ly/2Btxeng

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  • Consumption theme can protect portfolio in times of turmoil: Undoubtedly, rupee has been one of the worst performing currencies among its peers this year. http://bit.ly/2ONOiGF

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  • As rupee bleeds, forex reserves plunge by $25.147 billion since April peak: The forex reserves had touched a record high of $426.028 billion in the week to 13 April, 2018 and plunged to a low of $400.88 billion in the week to 10 August, losing a whopping $1.822 billion wit http://bit.ly/2vPxGHA

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  • Most companies can withstand ongoing rupee fall: S&P: A weaker and more volatile rupee would likely result in increased hedging costs for companies. http://bit.ly/2PibsFV

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