EUR/INR - Euro Indian Rupee

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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 70.2130
  • Bid/Ask: 70.3320 / 70.4920
  • Day's Range: 70.2130 - 70.4630
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Prev. Close70.2130
Day's Range70.2130 - 70.4630
52 wk Range65.6735 - 80.0450
1-Year Return-9.21%

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Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
00:00   INR Nikkei Markit Manufacturing PMI (Nov) 50.3 51.0 50.7  
00:30   INR Cash Reserve Ratio 4.00% 4.00% 4.00%  
00:30   INR Interest Rate Decision 6.80% 6.80% 6.75%  
00:30   INR Reverse REPO Rate 5.80% 5.75% 5.75%  
01:00   EUR Irish Manufacturing PMI (Nov) 53.3   53.6  
01:00   EUR Estonian Industrial Production (YoY) (Oct) -2.10%   -4.10%  
01:00   EUR Estonian Industrial Production (MoM) (Oct) 0.90%   -0.50%  
01:00   EUR Estonian Retail Sales (YoY) (Oct) 8.00%   9.00%  
01:00   EUR Estonian Retail Sales (MoM) (Oct) 6.00%   -7.00%  
02:00   EUR EUR/USD Index 29.8%   27.5%  
03:00   EUR Austrian Unemployment Change (Nov)     339.4K  
03:00   EUR Austrian Unemployment Rate (Nov)     8.7%  
03:15   EUR Spanish Manufacturing PMI (Nov)   52.0 51.3  
03:45   EUR Italian Manufacturing PMI (Nov)   54.4 54.1  
03:50   EUR French Manufacturing PMI (Nov)   50.8 50.8  
03:55   EUR German Manufacturing PMI (Nov)   52.6 52.6  
03:55   EUR German Unemployment Change (Nov)   -5K -5K  
03:55   EUR German Unemployment Rate (Nov)   6.4% 6.4%  
03:55   EUR German Unemployment (Nov)     2.788M  
03:55   EUR German Unemployment n.s.a. (Nov)   2.600M 2.649M  
04:00   EUR Italian Monthly Unemployment Rate (Oct)   11.7% 11.8%  
04:00   EUR Italian Quarterly Unemployment Rate   11.9% 12.4%  
04:00   EUR Greek Manufacturing PMI (Nov)     47.3  
04:00   EUR Manufacturing PMI (Nov)   52.8 52.8  
05:00   EUR Italian GDP (YoY) (Q3)   0.9% 0.9%  
05:00   EUR Italian GDP (QoQ) (Q3)   0.2% 0.2%  
05:00   EUR Unemployment Rate (Oct)   10.8% 10.8%  
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
03:00   EUR Spanish Unemployment Change     82.3K  
05:00   EUR Core CPI (YoY) (Nov)     1.1% 1.1%  
05:00   EUR CPI (YoY) (Nov)     0.2% 0.1%  
05:00   EUR PPI (YoY) (Oct)   -3.2% -3.1%  
05:00   EUR PPI (MoM) (Oct)   -0.4% -0.3%  
11:30   EUR Irish Exchequer Returns (Nov)     -2.184B  

Central Banks

European Central Bank (ECB)
Current Rate 0.05%
President Mario Draghi
Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
Current Rate 6.80%
Chairman Dr. Raghuram Rajan

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maintain SHORT POSTION ON EURINR on expectation of favourbale ECB policy of monetary easing as ECB is ecpected to inject addtional stimuls
debashis paul
debashis paul Just Now
he German-US 2Yr Spread (-1.36%) is trading lower today and seems to have broken below the -1.34% support. If it continues to decline it can target -1.50%. But, the 10Yr Spread (-1.74%) trades slightly higher than -1.76% earlier and -1.78% a few days ago. That said, the overall downtrend persist while below -1.70%.. . European yields, on the whole, are moving down ahead of the ECB meet, Euro-4 10Yr Composite yield (0.6970) trading much lower than the 0.9047 on 10-Nov.. . The 10Yr GOI (7.7861%) has moved up further and can test 7.80% soon enough. It may then range between 7.80-7.70% for a while. .
debashis paul
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Today’s a big day from multiple perspectives as in just a few hours the Monetary policy review of India will be followed by an ECB policy meet. While the RBI is expected to keep all the rates unchanged, the possible steps by ECB remains a big question, especially how wide can the extent of bond buying expansion be.. . Dow (17719.92, -0.44%) remains stuck in the narrow range of 17700-900 for the seventh consecutive session, waiting for the Fed chairperson appearance before the Congress and the all important NFP data coming next Friday. Dax (11382.23, +0.78%) achieved our target of 11200-400 completely and now the next direction may be clear only post-ECB meet. .
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