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Indian rupee opens flat at 60.50 per dollar
The Indian rupee opened flat at 60.50 per dollar versus 60.50 Thursday. Euro slips to a fresh one-year low early as the situation in Ukraine worsened.
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Indian rupee opens at 60.58 per dollar
The Indian rupee opened marginally lower at 60.58 per dollar on Tuesday as against previous day's closing value of 60.52 a dollar.
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India Central Bank Seen Intervening to Weaken Rupee
Investors pouring billions of dollars into India's rallying stock and bond markets are encountering a surprise: a weak currency.
RBI adviser says weak monsoon won't stop India inflation slowing  Livemint
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Indian rupee weakens marginally; ECB meet in focus
Rupee ends at 60.5250/5350 per dlr vs 60.4950/5050 on Thurs. * Traders say mkt awaiting ECB meeting outcome for direction. * Volumes lower on account of U.S.
Rupee weakens marginally; European Central Bank meet in focus  Times of India
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Man held with fake Indian rupee at Dhaka airport
The intelligence officials recovered 164 bundles of Rs 1,000 each from Khalil in the airport's Customs Hall area when he returned to Dhaka from Karachi of Pakistan via Dubai by a flight of Emirates Airways, EK582, around 9:00am, said Moinul Khan ...
Indian Rupee seen opening higher; growth data to limit gains
However, better-than-expected April-June growth data will limit the rupee's losses. India's finance minister expects economic growth to speed up.
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Indian Rupee Breaks Two-Day Losing Run as GDP Growth Accelerates
India's rupee declined a third day on speculation the central bank intervened to prevent a stronger currency from hurting a revival in the economy.
Indian Rupee to British Pound (INR/GBP) Exchange Rate Trends Higher  Exchange Rate News
Indian Rupee Climbs To 4-day High Against US Dollar  London South East
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Indian rupee posts biggest single-day fall in 6-1/2 months
MUMBAI, Aug 6 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee posted its biggest single-day fall in six-and-half months on Wednesday as heavy dollar outflows from the domestic share and debt markets continued as foreign investors pared their holdings.
Rupee closes higher after RBI keeps rates unchanged  Business Today
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Indian rupee opens lower at 60.55 per dollar
The Indian rupee opened marginally lower at 60.55 per dollar on Monday as against Friday's closing value of 60.47 a dollar.
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The Indian Rupee: New Risks Evolve As Oil Cools And Gold Imports Decline
Lower crude oil prices and reduced gold imports will reduce India's current account deficit, thus strengthening the Indian rupee. Starting September 1, 2014, the Supreme Court will decide the fate of 218 coal blocks on a case by case basis. These ...
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