Rupee

  • RBI eases foreign investment rules for corporate debt: MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday eased rules governing foreign investment in corporate bonds by excluding rupee-denominated securities from its overall debt limit. http://bit.ly/2yiMlcV

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  • Rupee recovers from 6-month low, ends 2 paise higher: Escalating geopolitical tensions in the face of fresh war of words between North Korea and the US administration kept overall forex market sentiment highly nervous. http://bit.ly/2yhYY7X

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  • After Hours: Movers & shakers of Friday's trade: Sustained selling by FIIs and a sharp fall in the rupee dragged stocks lower on Friday. http://bit.ly/2yipqOX

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  • Relax fiscal deficit target to boost economy: CII: The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in a statement has also suggested interventions for the depreciating rupee that would increase export-related jobs. http://bit.ly/2yhK7KI

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  • RBI tries novel trick to stem rupee fall, lift it into positive: The domestic currency slipped yet again amid a major selloff in the equity market. http://bit.ly/2yhMzB9

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  • Indian rupee bounces back from 6-month low after RBI intervenes: After falling to an intraday low of 65.16 on Friday, the Indian rupee recouped most of its losses and, at 13:47 IST, was trading at 64.83 to the dollar, 3 paise weaker than its previous close. http://bit.ly/2jPPCOw

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  • Indian rupee recovers after hitting lowest level since April 5; trades flat: We should see consolidation in the spot USD-INR today and I expect a range of 64.60-64.90 to hold for the day, says Bhaskar Panda of HDFC Bank. http://bit.ly/2ygbQM4

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  • Sensex, Nifty fall 1 percent; banks top drag: (Reuters) - Indian shares fell 1 percent on Friday, while the rupee hit its weakest point since early April amid concerns that the government's plan for a stimulus to halt an economic slowdown may have a negative impact on the fiscal deficit. http://bit.ly/2jPAO2o

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  • Expect RBI to ensure volatility in rupee doesn#39;t get too far: ANZ Research: In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Khoon Goh of ANZ Research shared his readings and outlook on the rupee and dollar. http://bit.ly/2jRZW8X

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  • Four factors that have dragged the rupee below 65 to a dollar: Rupee had plummeted by a whopping 54 paise to end at 64.81 to a dollar on Thursday. http://bit.ly/2jQxHXQ

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  • Re plunges below 65 level, tumbles to 5-month low: The rupee on Thursday plunged by a whopping 54 paise to end at 64.81 a dollar. http://bit.ly/2jPbslk

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  • Think best of rupee appreciation is over: JPMorgan: In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Brijen Puri, Markets Head-India at JPMorgan shared his readings and outlook on rupee and dollar. http://bit.ly/2jMVqbD

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  • Indian rupee trades at lowest level since April 5: We should see consolidation in the spot USD-INR today and I expect a range of 64.60-64.90 to hold for the day, says Bhaskar Panda of HDFC Bank. http://bit.ly/2jNRLKK

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  • Indian rupee opens flat at 64.80 per dollar: We should see consolidation in the spot USD-INR today and I expect a range of 64.60-64.90 to hold for the day, says Bhaskar Panda of HDFC Bank. http://bit.ly/2jOXsYB

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  • Overweight on pharma, betting on IT: IIFL: All the macros on the pharma side are looking good and the rupee which was headwind has now become a tailwind. http://bit.ly/2jPk4Zk

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