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GBP/INR - British Pound Indian Rupee

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98.615 +0.033    (+0.03%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: British Pound
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 98.582
  • Bid/Ask: 98.603 / 98.627
  • Day's Range: 98.467 - 98.799
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Rajesh Chillara
Rajesh Chillara Dec 16, 2014 07:18PM GMT
1 USD = 68 INR and 1 GBP = 110 INR in before 25th Dec.
Pankaj Shivhare
Pankaj Shivhare Dec 17, 2014 02:08PM GMT
On What bases you have mentioned the figure?
Pankaj Shivhare
Pankaj Shivhare Dec 17, 2014 02:09PM GMT
On what bases you have mentioned the figures?
Pankaj Shivhare
Pankaj Shivhare Dec 17, 2014 02:10PM GMT
On what bases you have mentioned the figures?
Rajesh Chillara
Rajesh Chillara Dec 17, 2014 04:18PM GMT
My prediction is based on Monetary Policy statements by Bank of England, statements by FED and the increased likelihood of terrorist related violence, every time currency hits 12 months low, next day it goes lower...there is no bottom ...... also, currency has to be come weaker , some manipulators are doing this to put pressure on RBI to increase rates. Put all together, the rupee will be come weaker very soon.
Rajesh Chillara
Rajesh Chillara Dec 18, 2014 10:17AM GMT
FII will withdraw funds from India to invest money in Russia. This will increase demand for USD and GBP. In few months, Euro will go weaker, USD and GBP will strengthen.
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Mitesh Agarwal
Mitesh Agarwal Dec 15, 2014 11:56AM GMT
buy buy buy usdinr fresh brak out it will touch 100

bharat singhal
bharat singhal Dec 15, 2014 05:53AM GMT
Why GBP?INR is such up today today ... any idea to any one......?
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