Rupee wobbles on gushing trade deficit woes amid rising crude

Jan 20 2018 | 3 hrs ago

The rupee skidded further against the dollar as forex market sentiment took a hard hit on the back of suring global crude prices and growing trade deficit concerns.

Rupee rises 2 paise, ends at 63.84 vs dollar in see-saw trade

Jan 19 2018

The rupee surrendered most of its early gains but managed to end higher by a modest two paise at 63.84 against the dollar in highly volatile trade.

Rupee advance 10 paise vs US dollar in afternoon deals

Jan 19 2018

The rupee strengthened by 10 paise to 63.77 against American currency on good bouts of dollar selling by banks and exporters.

Asian currencies firm as dollar wallows near a three-year low

Jan 19 2018

China’s yuan was up 0.4 percent after the central bank set its offical yuan midpoint at a more than two-year at 6.4169 per dollar.

Rupee continues good run, gains another 16 paise vs dollar

Jan 19 2018

Rupee firmed up 16 paise to trade at 63.70 against dollar in opening session, rising for a 3rd straight day on increased selling of the USD by exporters and banks.

Rupee continues uptrend, ends at 63.86 against dollar

Jan 18 2018

Rising for the second straight session, the rupee ended marginally higher by two paise at 63.86 against the American currency.

Rupee gains 2 paise against US dollar in late morning trade

Jan 18 2018

The rupee pared its early gains, while quoting higher by 2 paise at 63.86 against the US currency on sustained bouts of dollar selling by banks and exporters.

Rupee advances 5 paise against US Dollar at 63.83 on Thursday

Jan 18 2018

The rupee strengthened by 5 paise to trade at 63.83 against the dollar at the Interbank forex market today on sustained foreign capital inflows.

Rupee rebounds 16 paise to 63.88 against US currency

Jan 17 2018

The rupee bounced back in style after a brief overnight crash and ended higher by 16 paise at 63.88 against US currency on bouts of dollar selling by exporters and banks.

BSE's currency derivatives segment yields highest turnover

Jan 17 2018

BSE said its currency derivatives segment hit a new record with the highest turnover of over Rs 45,000 crore.

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