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USD/INR - US Dollar Indian Rupee

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60.490 -0.120    (-0.20%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 60.610
  • Bid/Ask: 60.480 / 60.500
  • Day's Range: 60.426 - 60.610
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USD/INR Historical Data

Time Frame:
08/02/2014 - 09/01/2014
 
Date Last Open High Low Change %
Sep 01, 2014 60.490 60.520 60.610 60.425 -0.05%
Aug 31, 2014 60.520 60.520 60.520 60.520 0.00%
Aug 29, 2014 60.520 60.495 60.535 60.455 0.03%
Aug 28, 2014 60.500 60.400 60.693 60.360 0.07%
Aug 27, 2014 60.455 60.480 60.510 60.345 0.03%
Aug 26, 2014 60.435 60.500 60.575 60.430 -0.22%
Aug 25, 2014 60.570 60.550 60.575 60.400 0.16%
Aug 24, 2014 60.471 60.471 60.471 60.471 0.00%
Aug 22, 2014 60.470 60.490 60.555 60.360 -0.34%
Aug 21, 2014 60.675 60.690 60.795 60.610 0.10%
Aug 20, 2014 60.615 60.840 60.880 60.515 -0.10%
Aug 19, 2014 60.675 60.770 60.780 60.640 -0.25%
Aug 18, 2014 60.830 60.781 60.970 60.775 0.08%
Aug 17, 2014 60.781 60.781 60.781 60.781 0.00%
Aug 15, 2014 60.780 60.805 60.835 60.765 0.02%
Aug 14, 2014 60.765 61.100 61.115 60.760 -0.54%
Aug 13, 2014 61.095 61.080 61.300 61.080 0.02%
Aug 12, 2014 61.085 61.120 61.220 61.070 -0.15%
Aug 11, 2014 61.175 61.080 61.260 61.020 0.05%
Aug 10, 2014 61.145 61.145 61.145 61.145 0.00%
Aug 08, 2014 61.145 61.240 61.740 61.130 -0.16%
Aug 07, 2014 61.245 61.400 61.550 61.210 -0.41%
Aug 06, 2014 61.500 61.030 61.520 61.020 1.07%
Aug 05, 2014 60.850 60.880 61.000 60.690 -0.16%
Aug 04, 2014 60.945 61.200 61.200 60.870 -0.44%
Aug 03, 2014 61.215 61.215 61.215 61.215 0.00%
Highest: 61.740 Lowest: 60.345 Difference: 1.395 Average: 60.806 Change %: -1.18

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Latest USD/INR Comments

Jonh Male
Jonh Male Sep 01, 2014 09:10AM GMT
news base : Ukraine: The struggle between hard and soft power

Jonh Male
Jonh Male Sep 01, 2014 08:40AM GMT
nifty is moving in 20 points area for last two hours so taking wait and decide action
Shaik Abdullah
Shaik Abdullah Sep 01, 2014 08:51AM GMT
Hi Jonh,. . How will the Dollar rate in this week, whether it will go up 61 and up or below that.
Jonh Male
Jonh Male Sep 01, 2014 09:13AM GMT
not in touch for last two week so decide your self
Jonh Male
Jonh Male Sep 01, 2014 09:21AM GMT
No one can understand the Indian market it is news base and more dependent on FII so shaik you decide your self on reading charts .............
Shaik Abdullah
Shaik Abdullah Sep 01, 2014 10:25AM GMT
Thanks Jonh, will see.
Sanmathy Raj
Sanmathy Raj Sep 01, 2014 04:36PM GMT
Correct. Evenif USD in stronger against all majors (see the DXY index) its not showing that much strength against INR. FII's and lower crude prices along with positive GDP growth constituted for INR's strength. But news about upcoming drought may have an impact tomorrow. But I wonder why the market is not at all "hearing" the data on the same day. Mostly every data will have its impact on the next day. Have you seen how the forex market abroad waits for every data and respond in 2 minutes! Nonetheless the slow response of our market gives us time to get out of a breakout eventhough its very rare to see such one here. I am watching the market from 9-5 and haven't seen any such 'breakout' in the daytime. Most Up's and down's happens after 5pm when our market is closed! Its hightime for our policy makers to allow 24 hours currency market from Monday to Friday. Otherwise all such 'windfall' profits will go to the traders who trade from abroad after 5pm IST.

Jonh Male
Jonh Male Sep 01, 2014 08:34AM GMT
News base : EU won't decide Russia sanctions Saturday: Finland PM
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