INR=X - USD/INR

CCY - CCY Delayed price. Currency in INR
64.655
+0.053 (+0.082%)
As of 7:18AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close64.602
Open64.554
Bid64.655
Day's range64.544 - 64.743
52-week range63.5630 - 68.8000
Ask64.665
  • Reuters7 days ago

    EM ASIA FX-Most currencies firmer; Indian rupee leads gains after Moody's upgrade

    (Adds text, updates prices) By Aditya Soni Nov 17 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies strengthened on Friday with the U.S. dollar weakened by a media report that investigators into possible Russian interference ...

  • India lauds last year's rupee swap, even as economy slows
    Associated Press16 days ago

    India lauds last year's rupee swap, even as economy slows

    NEW DELHI (AP) — One year after India launched one of its most ambitious monetary reforms — yanking 86 percent of its currency out of circulation without warning — many Indians still aren't sure if it was worth it.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Sensex ends 1 percent down; bonds, rupee also fall

    REUTERS - Indian stock indexes closed down 1 percent on Tuesday, while bonds and the rupee also fell after oil prices surged, raising concerns about the inflation outlook and hitting oil refiners such ...

  • Sensex, Nifty falls more than 1 percent; rupee slumps
    Reuters2 months ago

    Sensex, Nifty falls more than 1 percent; rupee slumps

    REUTERS - Sensex fell 1.4 percent on Wednesday, marking a seventh straight session of losses, as firefighting between the Indian army and insurgents across the India-Myanmar border further dented already weak sentiment. The fall marked the longest losing streak since the seven-day losing streak in mid-December, while the rupee sank to a more than six-month low on foreign fund outflows. The Sensex ended 1.39 percent lower at 31,159.81, while the Nifty fell 1.38 percent to 9,735.75. The indexes earlier hit their lowest levels in over six weeks. ...

  • Sensex, Nifty falls more than 1 percent; rupee slumps
    Reuters2 months ago

    Sensex, Nifty falls more than 1 percent; rupee slumps

    REUTERS - Sensex fell 1.4 percent on Wednesday, marking a seventh straight session of losses, as firefighting between the Indian army and insurgents across the India-Myanmar border further dented already ...

  • Rupee hits 6-month low on growth worries
    Reuters2 months ago

    Rupee hits 6-month low on growth worries

    The rupee weakened to its lowest in six months as concerns over weak economic growth and uncertainty over the government's implementation of reform measures hit foreign investor sentiment. The rupee was at 65.3275 to the dollar after falling to 65.3550, its lowest since March 24, on corporate dollar purchases and dollar outflows from equity markets, said dealers. "There is panic among foreign investors on fiscal stimulus and growth," said one dealer at a foreign bank.

  • Amazon affiliate to buy 1.79 billion-rupee stake in Indian retailer Shoppers Stop
    Reuters2 months ago

    Amazon affiliate to buy 1.79 billion-rupee stake in Indian retailer Shoppers Stop

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - An affiliate of Amazon.com Inc has agreed to buy a 1.79 billion-rupee (£20.4 million) stake in Indian retailer Shoppers Stop Ltd, the Indian company said in a filing. Amazon.com NV Investment Holdings LLC, a foreign portfolio investor, will subscribe to about 4.4 million shares, equivalent to an about 5 percent stake, in the Indian retailer at 407.78 rupees apiece on a preferential basis, Shoppers Stop told the stock exchanges late on Saturday. On Friday, Shoppers Stop shares had closed 3 percent lower at 418.10 rupees on the National Stock Exchange. ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Pakistani finance minister criticises central bank over rupee plunge

    By Drazen Jorgic and Saad Sayeed ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar clashed with the central bank on Thursday over a 3.1 percent plunge in the value of the rupee the previous day, denouncing an "artificial" move and vowing a new bank governor would be appointed in days. Pakistan's rupee had been stable for nearly two years, and the unexpected tumble on Wednesday caught top government officials, including Dar, off guard. Analysts said the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) had effectively devalued the rupee by not intervening to prop it up as it usually does.

  • Pakistani rupee tumbles in likely devaluation as central bank backs new rate
    Reuters5 months ago

    Pakistani rupee tumbles in likely devaluation as central bank backs new rate

    By Asif Shahzad and Drazen Jorgic ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - The Pakistani rupee slid 3.1 percent against the dollar on Wednesday in an apparent devaluation as the central bank said the new rate would shore up economic growth and ease external account pressures. Analysts said the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) had effectively devalued the rupee to its lowest level against the dollar since December 2013, but Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said he felt "deep concern and indignation" at what he called an artificial weakening. SBP said Pakistan's $300 billion economy had shown strong fundamentals but "the deficit in the external account has been rising".

  • Chinese yuan, Indian rupee seen weakening over coming year - Reuters poll
    Reuters6 months ago

    Chinese yuan, Indian rupee seen weakening over coming year - Reuters poll

    By Krishna Eluri BENGALURU (Reuters) - The Chinese yuan and Indian rupee are expected to shed some of this year's gains and weaken slightly against the dollar over the coming 12 months if the U.S. Federal Reserve raises interest rates further as expected, a Reuters poll showed. China's yuan hit its highest in just over half a year on Wednesday and was last trading around 6.79 against the dollar.[CNY/] The currency has gained nearly 2 percent so far this year, with half of that coming just in the last month. Another reason for concern is Moody's Investors' Service decision to cut China's credit rating for the first time in nearly 30 years, with debt continuing to rise.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Emerging assets firmer pre-Fed; rupee NDFs firm on election result

    The Indian rupee hit 15-month highs on forward markets on Monday after regional elections confirmed the government's grip on power, while other emerging market currencies also firmed as the dollar and ...

  • EQS Group10 months ago

    LifeWatch AG: Withdrawal from INR market

    LifeWatch AG / Key word(s): Miscellaneous09-Jan-2017 / 17:30 CET/CESTRelease of an ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 KR

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