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USD/INR - US Dollar Indian Rupee

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60.550 -0.070    (-0.12%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 60.620
  • Bid/Ask: 60.540 / 60.560
  • Day's Range: 60.521 - 60.686
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Aloke Nandi
Aloke Nandi Sep 03, 2014 06:10AM GMT
Hi Gud Mng frnds..back after a long long week end for me...rupee ding well with crude prices (India basket) below $100...demand from oil cos likely to stop any major appreciation of the rupee..as we have seen time and time., when crude drops, oilcos demand for dollars go up as they rush to cover their near term needs....spot rupee likely to remain in the 60.30-60.80 band this week..most interesting and volatile play is gbp/inr..after another drop in gbp/usd after the results of the latest poll on Scotland which reduced the "yes" votes share ahead of Sept 18th polling, i expect sterling to recover in coming days...so buying gbp/inr (sept) at current rate 100.2175 with stop at 100.80 for today..leaving the upside open for a move above 101.10...have no other position at the moment...had a good month on gbp/inr ( will give details later in the day) and hope it continues this month too....gud luck all.
Aloke Nandi
Aloke Nandi Sep 03, 2014 06:11AM GMT
sry read the stop at 99.80 and not 100.80
saurabh somvanshi
saurabh somvanshi Sep 03, 2014 06:28AM GMT
Good morning sir...i bought gbp/inr at 100.24 ..thanks for guiding us sir :)

Sanmathy Raj
Sanmathy Raj Sep 03, 2014 03:34AM GMT
Sell USDINR (Sept) with 1st target of 60.87-60.88 and second target at 60.81-60.82. If buying back at 60.81-60.82 or 60.87-60.88, keep your target at 61.02-61.03

Pawan Bharech
Pawan Bharech Sep 03, 2014 03:30AM GMT
USDINR MAY AGAIN TEST 61.42..................
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