USD/INR - US Dollar Indian Rupee

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66.780 +0.165    +0.25%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 66.615
  • Bid/Ask: 66.750 / 66.810
  • Day's Range: 66.555 - 66.878
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USD/INR 66.780 +0.165 +0.25%
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USD/INR Overview

Prev. Close66.615
Day's Range66.555 - 66.878
52 wk Range61.255 - 66.913
1-Year Return7.8%

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Time: Nov 27, 2015 06:48AM (GMT -5:00, DST Off)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Friday, November 27, 2015
06:30   INR Bank Loan Growth (2wk) 9.7%   9.0%  
06:30   INR Deposit Growth (2wk) 11.0%   11.1%  
06:30   INR FX Reserves, USD 352.37B   352.52B  
10:30   USD ECRI Weekly Annualized (WoW)     -2.6%  
10:30   USD ECRI Weekly Index     131.0  

Central Banks

Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen
Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
Current Rate 6.75%
Chairman Dr. Raghuram Rajan

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debashis paul
debashis paul 36 minutes ago
MONDAY is RBI monetary policy SO usdinr usd fir pitiegi as we will short on high and fed week before any goood retracement we will Buy.ECS which u talk about ankush dear only work through RBI system.All eletronic
Ankush Aneja
Ankush Aneja 3 hours ago
DP it is very sad to tell u that now money is transferred by electronic system. MC has updated lately. Yesterday charts were suggesting interbank transfers, as I had told yesterday.
debashis paul
debashis paul 1 hour ago
that what u see in RBI site i know it very well.nothing of that short.Ok this i am doign for 10 years i know ankush dear,.BANKS USD transfer rate rate flactuate they trade .Gather expeirence dear anksush.Banks tranact at OTP rate.NO rate i booked GBP AND EURO SHORT .EUROPEN AS well as all curreinces fall .EURINDEX falled due to ECB statment daras daras book now u also eurinr
debashis paul
debashis paul 4 hours ago
. . Dollar Rupee (66.74) has opened with a gap up today and has made an intraday high at 66.89 for now. An intraday correction is going on now but as long as that is limited to 66.65-70, more upside can be expected. As mentioned yesterday, we may expect 67.20-40 at this point of time.. . The possibility of another devaluation of the Chinese Yuan has taken USD-CNH (6.44) to a new 2-month high. Coupled with that, the Euro (1.061) weakness in expectation of much more easing coming from the ECB has weakened the global currencies against the Dollar considerably. . . The strength of the Dollar is strongly related to the strong expectation of a Fed rate hike in December, which has also caused a lot of outflow from the emerging markets. In the month of November, the Indian Debt segment has seen an outflow of $1440 million so far and the figure for the outflow from the equities comes to $962 million. The effect is clearly visible in Rupee weakness and further rise in the 10Yr GOI yield (7.7250%). . .
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