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Gaurav Pai

Rupee ends little changed; ECB meet watched

04 Dec 2014

MUMBAI The rupee ended little changed on Thursday, as gains in domestic shares were offset by caution ahead of the European Central Bank (ECB) policy meeting later in the day.

Rupee ends lower in line with Asian peers

03 Dec 2014

MUMBAI The rupee ended marginally lower on Wednesday in line with Asian peers on global dollar strength, but volumes dipped due to a strike by state-run lenders in northern India.

Rupee ends higher after RBI policy review

02 Dec 2014

MUMBAI The rupee rose on Tuesday after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept interest rates unchanged but signalled it could ease monetary policy by early next year, raising optimism about accelerating economic growth.

Rupee ends flat after hitting 9-1/2 month low

01 Dec 2014

MUMBAI The rupee ended largely steady on Monday after touching a near 9-1/2 month low, as dollar selling by exporters helped offset the weakness seen due to lower Asian currencies and global growth concerns.

Rupee hits 8-1/2 month low on dollar demand from oil firms

19 Nov 2014

MUMBAI The rupee hit an 8-1/2 month low on Wednesday as global gains in the dollar ahead of the release of U.S. Federal Reserve minutes later in the day and slumping crude prices spurred oil firms to accelerate their greenback purchases.

Rupee ends little changed on EU, Japan stimulus hopes

18 Nov 2014

MUMBAI The rupee ended little changed on Tuesday after earlier hitting a one-month low as oil companies accelerated dollar purchases, offsetting optimism that new stimulus measures in Japan would continue to push foreign investors into emerging markets.

Rupee falls as gloomy Japan data raises global growth concerns

17 Nov 2014

MUMBAI The rupee fell for a third consecutive session on Monday, trading near its lowest in a month, after data showing Japan slipping into recession sparked worries about global growth even though recent foreign inflows to India have been strong.

Bond market sees rate cuts even as RBI talks tough on inflation

10 Nov 2014

MUMBAI The rally in Indian bonds is providing the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan an unexpected gift: Falling borrowing costs are starting to provide the benefits of lower interest rates without him actually having to ease monetary policy.

Bond market sees rate cuts even as India cenbank talks tough on inflation

10 Nov 2014

MUMBAI The rally in Indian bonds is providing central bank governor Raghuram Rajan an unexpected gift: Falling borrowing costs are starting to provide the benefits of lower interest rates without him actually having to ease monetary policy.

Bond market sees rate cuts even as India cenbank talks tough on inflation

10 Nov 2014

MUMBAI, Nov 10 The rally in Indian bonds is providing central bank governor Raghuram Rajan an unexpected gift: Falling borrowing costs are starting to provide the benefits of lower interest rates without him actually having to ease monetary policy.

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