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Yuan, Rupee To Fall As US Fed Hike Risks Rise: Poll

The Chinese yuan is expected to weaken more than previously thought in a year from now, as will India's rupee, as a slowdown in growth in Asia and rising chances of a near-term interest rate hike in the US boost the dollar, a Reuters poll found

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Rupee Cracks 68-mark; Tanks 96 Paise Versus US Dollar On Brexit Jitters

The Indian rupee weakened past 68-mark, while Sensex fell over 950 points in pre-opening markets on Friday after preliminary results shows that Britain may leave European Union

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Rexit Fears: Rupee Hits 2-week Low Of 67.31, Down 23 Paise

The rupee on Monday ended lower by 23 paise to close at an over two-week low of 67.31 against the US currency on heavy bouts of dollar demand amid uncertainty in the wake of RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's decision against pursuing a second stint.

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Rupee Tumbles 38 Paise To 1-week Low Of 67.14

Extending losses against the US dollar for the third day, the Indian rupee on Monday plunged by 38 paise to hit one-week low of 67.14 on persistent demand for the American currency from banks and importers in view of sharp fall in domestic equities

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India's Cash-rich Firms May Deepen Govt Bond Market, But Spur Volatility

India's largest information technology company, Tata Consultancy Services, has become the third conglomerate to invest large cash holdings in government bonds, a trend that could boost the young debt market but also stir volatility

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RBI Governor Rajan Says No Reason For Govt To Sell Dollar Bonds

There is "absolutely no reason" for the Indian government to borrow in dollars and the rest of the developing world must be careful not to become too reliant on foreign capital, Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Friday

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No Serious Challenge To Rupee, Says Arun Jaitley

Analysts are predicting more losses for India's rupee, Asia's worst performer this year, as the dollar strengthens and attempts are made to arrest a slump in exports

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10-Year Bond Yield Near 5-Month Low On RBI Rate Cut Hopes

The Reserve Bank of India is widely expected to cut repo rate by 25 basis points when it announces its policy statement on April 5

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Rupee Closes At Fresh 30-month Low Of 68.61 Against US Dollar

The rupee dropped by 15 paise to end at fresh 30-month low against the American currency at 68.61 per dollar on renewed dollar demand from banks and importers

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Rupee Halts Two-day Slide To End Flat At 68.46 Against US Dollar

Breaking its two-session falling streak, the rupee ended a tad higher at 68.46 against the American currency on the back of fresh dollar selling by exporters

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Rupee Recovers 7 Paise, Ends At 68.23

The rupee on Friday regains 7 paise to end at 68.23 per dollar on fresh selling of the American currency by banks and exporters in view of mild recovery in domestic equities

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Rupee Ends At Fresh 29-month Low Of 68.30, Down 45 Paise

The rupee on Thursday plummeted by 45 paise to end at an over 29-month low of 68.30 a dollar on fresh demand for the US currency from banks and importers in view of sharp fall in equities amid foreign capital outflows

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Rupee Ends Above 68, Hits 29-month Low Vs Dollar

Continuing its downward trend against the American currency for the second straight day, the rupee dropped by another seven paise to 29-month at 68.02 per dollar on sustained dollar demand from importers and banks amidst weak equities

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Foreign Investors Bid Aggressively For Govt Bonds

Foreign investors showed strong interest in Indian government debt at an auction on Monday (04 January), bidding at a sharply higher price than at the last auction two weeks ago, despite a weak start to the new year for Asian markets

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Rupee Hits 2-Year Low To End At 66.88 Vs US Dollar

The rupee fell back sharply after a strong overnight rally and ended with a 17 paise loss at 66.88 against the US dollar, the lowest level in more than two years in the face of strong demand for greenback

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