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USD/INR - US Dollar Indian Rupee

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63.360 +0.097    +0.15%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Indian Rupee

  • Prev. Close: 63.264
  • Bid/Ask: 63.350 / 63.370
  • Day's Range: 63.262 - 63.411
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USD/INR 63.360 +0.097 +0.15%
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USD/INR Historical Data

Time Frame:
06/07/2015 - 07/07/2015
 
Date Price Open High Low Change %
Jul 07, 2015 63.360 63.373 63.410 63.290 0.15%
Jul 06, 2015 63.264 63.417 63.640 63.243 -0.23%
Jul 05, 2015 63.411 63.411 63.411 63.411 0.00%
Jul 03, 2015 63.411 63.287 63.500 63.287 0.18%
Jul 02, 2015 63.299 63.543 63.680 63.286 -0.39%
Jul 01, 2015 63.550 63.599 63.712 63.520 -0.08%
Jun 30, 2015 63.604 63.697 63.810 63.540 -0.16%
Jun 29, 2015 63.707 63.513 63.950 63.440 0.40%
Jun 28, 2015 63.451 63.451 63.451 63.451 -0.00%
Jun 26, 2015 63.452 63.518 63.670 63.440 -0.10%
Jun 25, 2015 63.518 63.538 63.650 63.479 -0.01%
Jun 24, 2015 63.526 63.580 63.710 63.477 -0.13%
Jun 23, 2015 63.607 63.522 63.695 63.489 0.13%
Jun 22, 2015 63.523 63.522 63.590 63.430 0.04%
Jun 21, 2015 63.500 63.500 63.500 63.500 -0.00%
Jun 19, 2015 63.500 63.569 63.870 63.410 -0.12%
Jun 18, 2015 63.577 63.895 63.950 63.556 -0.68%
Jun 17, 2015 64.010 64.156 64.280 63.979 -0.24%
Jun 16, 2015 64.166 64.071 64.330 63.986 0.13%
Jun 15, 2015 64.085 64.090 64.200 63.990 -0.02%
Jun 14, 2015 64.100 64.100 64.100 64.100 -0.00%
Jun 12, 2015 64.100 63.975 64.200 63.890 0.22%
Jun 11, 2015 63.959 63.772 64.031 63.740 0.30%
Jun 10, 2015 63.766 64.029 64.071 63.750 -0.38%
Jun 09, 2015 64.010 63.953 64.090 63.840 0.10%
Jun 08, 2015 63.947 64.101 64.180 63.915 0.28%
Jun 07, 2015 63.770 63.770 63.770 63.770 -0.00%
Highest: 64.330 Lowest: 63.243 Difference: 1.087 Average: 63.673 Change %: -0.64

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Latest USD/INR Comments

dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 03, 2015 07:14PM GMT
anyone who thinks the greek referendum will pass with a NO (as in forget about the european demands)......is smoking pot!........usdinr will fall from here upto 62.8 minimum.......still..........This is Goldmen sax....ThePapaBear is here!
ambareen Afshan
ambareen Afshan Jul 05, 2015 07:02PM GMT
hoping to see greek with NO....And usd/inr touching 62.5 as per goldman sax.

Bhavesh Kothari
Bhavesh Kothari Jun 27, 2015 02:47PM GMT
looks like 63 + also wont remain for too long, dollar losing ground !
Avinash Kumar
Avinash Kumar Jun 29, 2015 03:40AM GMT
Greece is now on the verge of bankruptcy. 64+ is very likely now.
Yogesh Shrimali
Yogesh Shrimali Jun 29, 2015 12:54PM GMT
Means may reach to above 64+ by next couple days can expect?
Bhavesh Kothari
Bhavesh Kothari Jun 30, 2015 03:11AM GMT
yeah the greek crisis saved the dollar fall for the moment ...64 + still difficult as long as equity doesn't fall much !!
Avinash Kumar
Avinash Kumar Jun 30, 2015 03:49AM GMT
The referendum on 5th July could be the decider. As it looks likely that the greek janta is going to say NO to ECBs call for Austerity measures which would mean default by Greek on payments and an exit from Eurozone. That event may push dollar in the 64+ range.
Venkat FX
Venkat FX Jul 01, 2015 05:24AM GMT
To me the only deciding factor which will impact the USDINR move is RBI RBI & RBI. If RBI keeps quite USDINR will move to 62 easily. If they keep buying around 63.30 to 63.50 then there is zero chance to touch 63. short term news about Greece might take USDINR to 64 but its good time to sell again.
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ambareen Afshan
ambareen Afshan Jun 26, 2015 12:19AM GMT
What is the expected today for USD/inr by close?
ambareen Afshan
ambareen Afshan Jun 29, 2015 04:39AM GMT
Hi Goldman sax.. where r u?? What is ur opinion now on usd/inr???
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