Rupee

  • Smallmid-caps carnage continues; these 11 stocks in BSE-500 rose 10-30% in 5 days: “Market slid due to broad-based selling across sectors as rising yield and weak rupee cast cloud over investor’s sentiment. Volatility may continue due to lack of positive trigger http://bit.ly/2N83D57

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  • Rupee extends slide, down 7 paise to 71.23 vs dollar: This is the third straight session of loss for the domestic currency. http://bit.ly/2N9sqpi

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  • Rupee extends slide, down 7 paise to 71.23 vs USD: At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (forex) market, the rupee opened lower at 71.22 and fell further to touch the day#39;s low of 71.44. http://bit.ly/2N6pCta

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  • Rupee recovers but trades lower at 71.26 per dollar: Rupee is expected to trade around 71.30 in the wake of Brent crude’s climb to near USD 65 a barrel, and losses in Asian currencies and equities. http://bit.ly/2N82g6B

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  • Rupee at day#39;s low, trades at 71.42 per dollar: Rupee is expected to trade around 71.30 in the wake of Brent crude’s climb to near USD 65 a barrel, and losses in Asian currencies and equities. http://bit.ly/2N7Trtt

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  • Rupee opens lower at 71.25 per dollar: Rupee is expected to trade around 71.30 in the wake of Brent crude’s climb to near USD 65 a barrel, and losses in Asian currencies and equities. http://bit.ly/2N6noKf

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  • Rupee opens lower at 71.29 per dollar: Rupee is expected to trade around 71.30 in the wake of Brent crude’s climb to near USD 65 a barrel, and losses in Asian currencies and equities. http://bit.ly/2NeadHz

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  • Market reaction: Pulwama attack may push rupee to 72-mark in the short term: India's relatively strong economic growth, supportive central bank and tame inflation are likely to keep investors calm over the long-term, analysts said http://bit.ly/2N7LC73

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  • Rupee opens 11 paise down at 71.27 against dollar: The local currency on Thursday declined by 36 paise to 71.16 per US dollar. http://bit.ly/2N4rLWr

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  • Rupee declines 17 paise against US dollar in early trade: Strengthening US dollar and persistent outflow from the domestic capital market weighed on the domestic currency http://bit.ly/2N5x341

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  • Rupee opens lower at 71.23 per dollar: Rupee is expected to trade around 71.30 in the wake of Brent crude’s climb to near USD 65 a barrel, and losses in Asian currencies and equities. http://bit.ly/2N91cz8

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  • Rupee getting stronger on rising foreign fund inflows: The rupee rose 0.13 per cent against the dollar since the beginning of this month. http://bit.ly/2N4iSfx

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  • Jet Airways approves rescue deal to plug $1.2 billion gap: India's Jet Airways said on Thursday its board had approved a rescue deal which will make its lenders its largest shareholders and fix a near 85 billion rupee ($1.2 billion) funding gap. http://bit.ly/2N6dtV3

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  • Rupee tumbles 36 paise to 71.16 per dollar: At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (forex) market, the rupee opened lower at 70.90 and fell further to touch the day#39;s low of 71.18. http://bit.ly/2N4gxky

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  • Rupee trades lower at 70.90 per dollar: Today, USD-INR pair is expected to quote in the range of 70.70 and 71.20, says Motilal Oswal. http://bit.ly/2N6n5iD

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