Tags » Indian Rupee

Indian Rupee hits 20-month high, trades past 64 against USD

The Indian rupee on TODAY, 26 April 2017, strengthened past the 64 mark versus the US dollar, tracking global equity gains. The domestic currency opened at 64.16 per dollar and hit a high of 63.96, a point last seen on 10 August 2015. 110 more words

Equity Market

Indian rupee opens higher at 64.42 per dollar

Share Market Tips POWER CALL:- BUY DISHTV 100 PUT

ABOVE 4.70

TG1-5.15

SL-3.80.

Indian rupee opens higher at 64.42 per dollar

The Indian rupee opened marginally higher at 64.42 per dollar on Tuesday versus previous close 64.44. 46 more words

Equity Market

Nifty starts Feb series Higher

The market has opened February Futures and Options (F&O) series on a strong note with the Nifty above 8600. The Nifty is up 22.05 points or 0.3 percent at 8624.80 while the Sensex is up 122.76 points or 0.4 percent at 27830.90.  65 more words

Equity Market

Share Market Updates Nifty opens below 8350

Nifty opens below 8350, Sensex weak; Axis, ICICI, Infosys fall 

The market has opened lower on global weakness. Share Market Tips The Sensex is down 39.46 points or 0.1 percent at 26995.04 and the Nifty is down 6.00 points at 8343.35. 142 more words

Equity Market

Queues and chaos aside, most urban Indians support Modi's demonetisation drive

Over the last two months, thousands of Indians have spent hours in queues to access their hard-earned money. Yet, the broad support for prime minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation drive hasn’t waned. 208 more words

Major Reset of Currencies Worldwide Happening Now

Hi everyone, Nick here, and as you can probably tell, there have been a number of currencies that have, since November, gone through significant changes. Venezuela plans to pull their 100 Bs.F (Bolivar) banknotes, which represents 46% of their circulating currency. 6 more words

Global Currency Reset

Will the Indian Rupee cross the $70 mark for now?

How low could the INR go, is the big question doing the rounds in the market these days? Broadly, 4 factors will drive the rupee weaker and 70/$ may become the new normal. 453 more words

Market & Economy Update