USD/INR - US Dollar Indian Rupee

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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 66.463
  • Bid/Ask: 66.480 / 66.500
  • Day's Range: 66.420 - 66.565
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USD/INR 66.490 +0.028 +0.04%
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USD/INR Overview

Prev. Close66.463
Day's Range66.420 - 66.565
52 wk Range61.255 - 66.945
1-Year Return6.92%

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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%  
02:00   USD Gold Index     52.5%  
02:00   USD S&P 500 Index     30.9%  
08:55   USD Redbook (YoY)     1.5%  
08:55   USD Redbook (MoM)     0.9%  
09:45   USD Manufacturing PMI (Nov)   52.6 52.6  
10:00   USD Construction Spending (MoM) (Oct)   0.5% 0.6%  
10:00   USD ISM Manufacturing Employment (Nov)   48.4 47.6  
10:00   USD ISM Manufacturing New Orders Index (Nov)     52.9  
10:00   USD ISM Manufacturing PMI (Nov)   50.5 50.1  
10:00   USD ISM Manufacturing Prices (Nov)   40.0 39.0  
10:30   USD Dallas Fed Services Revenues (Nov)     7.6  
10:30   USD Texas Services Sector Outlook (Nov)     5.6  
11:30   USD 4-Week Bill Auction     0.120%  
12:45   USD Chicago Fed President Evans Speaks          
13:30   USD All Truck Sales (Nov)     10.23M  
13:30   USD Domestic Truck Sales (Nov)   8.52M 8.61M  
16:00   USD All Car Sales     8.01M  
16:00   USD Domestic Car Sales     5.89M  
16:00   USD Total Vehicle Sales   18.00M 18.24M  
16:35   USD API Weekly Crude Oil Stock     2.600M  
20:00   USD FOMC Member Brainard Speaks          
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
07:00   USD MBA 30-Year Mortgage Rate     4.14%  
07:00   USD MBA Mortgage Applications (WoW)     -3.2%  
07:00   USD MBA Purchase Index     211.7  
07:00   USD Mortgage Market Index     419.9  
07:00   USD Mortgage Refinance Index     1,612.9  
08:10   USD FOMC Member Lockhart Speaks          
08:15   USD ADP Nonfarm Employment Change (Nov)   190K 182K  
08:30   USD Fed Chair Yellen Speaks          
08:30   USD Nonfarm Productivity (QoQ) (Q3)   2.2% 1.6%  
08:30   USD Unit Labor Costs (QoQ) (Q3)   1.1% 1.4%  
09:00   USD FOMC Member Tarullo Speaks          
09:45   USD ISM - NY Business Conditions (Nov)     705.3  
10:30   USD Crude Oil Inventories   -1.125M 0.961M  
10:30   USD EIA Weekly Distillates Stocks   -0.125M 1.046M  
10:30   USD Gasoline Inventories   0.975M 2.478M  
12:25   USD Fed Chair Yellen Speaks          
14:00   USD Beige Book        
15:40   USD FOMC Member Williams Speaks          

Central Banks

Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen
Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
Current Rate 6.80%
Chairman Dr. Raghuram Rajan

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Below are the top 4 reasons why RBI didn’t go for a rate cut this time. 1. The central bank is eyeing the US Federal Reserve meet that is widely expected to raise US rates in December for the first time in nearly a decade. Although India has outperformed other emerging markets over the past two years, the country is not immune to Fed-related worries.. 2. RBI kept its monetary policy steady amid lingering concerns over inflation. Inflation based on the consumer price index rose to 5 per cent in October, from 4.41 per cent in September, mainly on the back of rising food prices. India will comfortably meet its target of keeping annual consumer inflation to 6 percent in January, Rajan is expected to shift focus towards getting it down to around 5 percent by March 2017..
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The unanimous consensus in favor of an expansion in the ECB economic stimulus keeps the Euro (1.0579) weak with a strong chance of testing 1.52 but the support area around 1.047 must be noted. Pound (1.5086) enjoyed a smart recovery from the multi-year low below 1.50 but to extend the rally, a break above 1.5140-50 is required. Dollar – Yen (122.77) tells the same story of range bound movement in the band of 122.50-123.70 as expected.. . Aussie (0.7265) is back testing the 2-week high around 0.7280 levels on the back of a recovery in the commodities. The central bank of Australia is expected to keep the rates at the record low level of 2% today and that decision may impact the next directional move. . . Dollar Rupee (66.67) is testing the support area of 66.65-60 and a break below can invite some serious Dollar selling. In that case, the upside may be limited to 67.20-40.
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warning for a sharp and imminent fall in equities across the board....
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