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Indian rupee falls for second day; weak Asian peers hurt
MUMBAI, April 22 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee hit a one-month low on Tuesday as continued dollar demand from oil importers and weaker regional currencies kept it under pressure even after the local unit posted its worst single-day fall since March 20 ...
Pound to Indian Rupee (GBP/INR) Exchange Rate Higher, USD to INR Gains  Future Currency Forecast
Indian rupee opens at 60.87 per dollar; down 11 paise  Moneycontrol.com
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Indian rupee posts worst single-day fall since March 20
MUMBAI: The Indian rupee hit a one-month low on Monday and posted its worst single-day fall since March 20, weighed down by good dollar demand from oil and gas importers and as tension in Ukraine kept global markets on the edge.
Indian rupee up 10 paise against US dollar
The Indian rupee strengthened by 10 paise to trade at 60.27 against the US dollar at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market today on selling of the American currency by exporters.
Indian rupee snaps three day fall; share gains help  Reuters
Rupee gains as RBI sells dollars  Livemint
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Indian rupee falls for third day; foreign fund inflows key
Rupee ends at 61.07/08 per dlr vs 60.76/77 on Tues. * Traders say good dollar demand from oil firms hurts. * Losses in other Asian units also underpin sentiment.
Indian rupee to US dollar: Broader range of 59.50/80 and 60.60/80 seen
Economy has never been a strength of the Indian rupee and the two major economic releases underscored that point. Industrial production contracted during month of February and exports growth too registered a de-growth over the month of March.
Indian Rupee Volatility Jumps Most Since August on Election Risk  Bloomberg
USD/INR: Rupee to Weaken on Post-Crisis Trends, Higher Gold Prices  DailyFX
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USD/INR: Indian Rupee Selloff to Resume as Optimism Fades?
At the end of January we made the fundamental case that the Indian Rupee could see strength as confidence in the Reserve Bank of India picked up in 2014, but that confidence currently looks to be stretched.
Indian Rupee set to weaken
The Indian rupee was trading at Rs16.56 against the UAE dirham (Rs60.83 vs $1) at 2.20pm UAE time on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, near its one-month low of Rs16.61 vs Dh1 made on March 23, 2014.
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India's Rupee Forwards Advance as Inflows Seen Increasing
Indian rupee forwards traded offshore rose on optimism Asia's relatively fast economic growth will attract capital inflows.
Rupee gains seen halting after Election  Livemint
Rupee range-bound; bounces off highs as shares retreat  Economic Times
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Indian rupee opens flat at 60.30 per dollar
The Indian rupee opened flat at 60.30 per dollar on Monday as against Thursday's closing value of 60.29 a dollar. Agam Gupta of Standard Chartered says US yields and dollar are marginally stronger but at the same time global equities are a touch higher ...
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Indian Rupee Drops to One-Month Low on Importers' Dollar Demand
The rupee declined for a second day as exchange data showed foreign funds sold a net $1.2 billion of Indian bonds this month through yesterday.