Mika Singh Uses Indian Currency At Doha Airport, Tweets
Singer Mika Singh shared a proud moment and congratulated PM Narendra Modi, as he could use Indian currency in UAE. "Good morning. I felt so proud to be able to use Indian rupees whilst shopping at #Dohaairport in the @LouisVuitton store. You can even use rupees in any restaurant.. Isn't that wonderful? A massive salute to @narendramodi saab for enabling us to use our money like dollars," tweeted Mika.
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Indian Rupee Hit All Time Low, Settles At 82.29 Against USD
The rupee depreciated 37 paise to 82.29 against the US dollar in early trade on March 8. The depriciation strengthen the American currency in the overseas market and a negative trend in domestic equities. Furthermore, at the interbank foreign exchange, the domestic unit opened weak at 82.25 against the dollar, then fell to 82.29, registering a decline, especially after rupee settled at 81.92 against the US dollar recently.
Tags: Indian Currency, US Dollar, American Currency, Sensex, Indian Trade
Rupee Falls By 49 Paise To Rs 81.89 Against US Dollar, Raises Economic Concerns
In closing the market, the rupee fell by 49 paise, to 81.89 against the US dollar. The fall in INR put selling pressure on the domestic equities and a spike in crude oil prices, on October 3. Moreover, a stronger greenback against key rivals and persistent foreign fund outflows impacted the domestic currency. The constant fall of rupee against USD, close at 82-mark, raises concern for RBI and traders.
Tags: business, Stock market, USD, Indian Currency, RBI
Rupee Declines By 4 Paise, At 79.56 Against US Dollar
In early trades, rupee fell by 4 paise, to 79.56 against the US Dollar, on September 1. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the domestic currency opened at 79.55 per dollar, following to 79.56 per dollar. Moreover, BSE Sensex ended 770.48 points or 1.29 per cent lower at 58,766.59, while the broader NSE Nifty declined 216.50 points or 1.22 per cent to 17,542.80.
Tags: US Dollar, Rupee Declines, Indian Currency, BSE SENSEX, Stock market
Indian Rupee Hit All Time Low, Settles At 78.32 Against USD
The Indian rupee hit a new record low, on June 23 as it closed all-time-low of 78.32 (provisional) against the US dollar. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened at 78.26 and finally settled at its all-time low 78.32, remaining unchanged from the previous day's close. Also, the crude oil benchmark declined 0.99% to $110.63 per barrel, the BSE Sensex ended 443.19-points and NSE Nifty gained 143.35-points.
Tags: business, USD, INR, Indian Currency, BSE SENSEX
7 Held For Printing Fake Notes By UP Police In Ghaziabad
Uttar Pradesh police busted a gang of seven people who were involved in printing fake Indian currency from Ghaziabad, on January 7. Reportedly, they were operating from the city's Kaila Bhatta and Islamnagar area. The police also seized fake notes of Rs 6.60 lakh face value, one printer, a paper-cutting machine, and blank paper. The main accused, Azad, said that he learned the printing of fake notes from YouTube.
Tags: Fake Note, Ghaziabad, UP, Indian Currency, Youtube
Courtesy: Press Trust Of India
Indian Rupee Gains 6 Paise Against Greenback
The domestic currency gained in Asian markets against the greenback. The Indian rupee gained 6 paise to open at 73.02 against the dollar, reflecting a bullish trend in local stocks and sustained foreign capital inflows on September 2. The domestic unit opened at 73.04, rose to 73.02 by gaining 6 paise over its previous closing. The rupee also hit a low of 73.10 during the early trade.
Tags: Indian Currency, US Dollar, Rupee, trade
Courtesy: Deccan Herald
Rupee Closes At 74.47 Against Dollar; Biggest One-Day Fall In 20-Months
The Indian rupee saw a decline of 105 paise against one US dollar, on April 7 markets shuts at 74.47 making it the biggest fall in last 20-months. However, the RBI's status quo on repo rate remains firm. According to a Research analyst Saif Mukadam, the depreciation is fuelled due to new lockdown restrictions. Besides, the Central government claims that the economic growth remains uncertain due to lockdown.
Tags: Indian Currency, Rupee, Dollar, Covid-19 Lockdown, RBI, repo rate
Courtesy: Deccan Herald