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USD/INR - US Dollar Indian Rupee

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60.141 -0.149    (-0.25%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 60.290
  • Bid/Ask: 60.133 / 60.148
  • Day's Range: 60.125 - 60.290
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USD/INR Overview

Prev. Close60.290
Day's Range60.125 - 60.290
52 wk Range58.235 - 69.225
1-Year Return1.38%

USD/INR News & Analysis


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Time: Jul 30, 2014 03:02AM (GMT -5:00, DST On)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Wednesday, July 30
07:00   USD MBA 30-Year Mortgage Rate     4.33%  
07:00   USD MBA Mortgage Applications (WoW)     2.4%  
08:15   USD ADP Nonfarm Employment Change   230K 281K  
08:30   USD GDP (QoQ)     3.0% -2.9%  
08:30   USD GDP Price Index (QoQ)     1.8% 1.3%  
08:30   USD Real Consumer Spending       1.0%  
10:30   USD Crude Oil Inventories   -1.471M -3.969M  
10:30   USD EIA Weekly Distillates Stocks   1.514M 1.636M  
10:30   USD Gasoline Inventories   1.257M 3.379M  
13:00   USD 7-Year Note Auction     2.152%  
14:00   USD FOMC Statement          
14:00   USD Interest Rate Decision   0.25% 0.25%  
Thursday, July 31
07:30   USD Challenger Job Cuts (YoY)     -20.2%  
07:30   USD Challenger Job Cuts     31.4K  
07:36   INR Infrastructure Output (YoY)     2.30%  
08:30   USD Continuing Jobless Claims   2,495K 2,500K  
08:30   USD Employment Cost Index (QoQ)   0.5% 0.3%  
08:30   USD Initial Jobless Claims   301K 284K  
08:30   USD Jobless Claims 4-Week Avg.     302.00K  
09:45   USD Chicago PMI   63.0 62.6  
10:30   USD Natural Gas Storage     90B  

Central Banks

Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen
Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
Current Rate 8%
Chairman Dr. Raghuram Rajan

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Aloke Nandi
Aloke Nandi Jul 30, 2014 04:35AM GMT
Hi frnds just some thoughts for rupee next month....i don't think that rupee will appreciate beyond 59.70/80( maybe briefly) spot interbank...our current forex reserves cover just 8 months import as against 15 months before the 2008 crash..also with QE most likely to end in October, we could see some volatility on interest rates which will impact our debt and equity markets...so RBI would like to be well prepared for these events..RBI will continue to buy dollars around the 60.00 levels till we see the forex currency reserves touching $350/375 bio..so that reduces the chance of a major rupee rally...on the other hand exporters will look to sell forward if the spot moves towards 60.50(specially as RBI is not expected to buy dollars at those levels) as forward premiums remain attractive..so with rupee (spot) stuck between 60.00-60.50 it could be profitable to sell dollars as early as possible and get the premium advantage due to time factor..

Aloke Nandi
Aloke Nandi Jul 30, 2014 03:43AM GMT
Gud Mng frnds...some oil demand could see the dlr/inr a shade higher next 48 hours but not too far...rupee likely to stay in the broad 59.95-60.50 band for August..maybe a bit lower if flows improve...am selling usd/inr (august) at current level 60.4950...stop at 60.80 and target 60.10 for now..will wait to sell gbp/inr today ahead of the US GDP and FOMC...gud luck all
Aloke Nandi
Aloke Nandi Jul 30, 2014 03:44AM GMT
range 59.95-60.50 for spot
Hello Aloke Sir,59.95 lower band is for today or August month ?
Aloke Nandi
Aloke Nandi Jul 30, 2014 04:25AM GMT
Hi Shreeharsha...that's for August(spot interbank)

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crude trader crude Jul 29, 2014 04:55PM GMT
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