Rupee continues its certainty in the consecutive sixth week

The economic phenomenon of a rupee impairment is a very big challenge for the Indian economy because it badly affects the economic condition of both the people and the nation. Imports become dearer and that is why the prices of essential commodities increase manifolds. Standard of living of the people falls down and the nation […]

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Increasing fiscal deficit shows its impact on rupee?

Generally, fiscal deficit shows the dependence of a country on the foreign debt to match the expenses which exceed the revenues of the government. It is the estimated borrowing by the government to meet the increased expenditures in a year. For this the government borrows from the international financial institutions like the World Bank and […]

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Determination of exchange rate between the Indian rupee and us dollar

The exchange rate is called as the rate at which the currency of a country is purchased and sold for the currency of a particular foreign country. For example, the rate at which Indian rupee is exchanged for the US dollar is called as the exchange rate of the Indian rupee with that of the […]

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Impact on Indian economy due to rupee volatile against the US dollar

Since January 2015, the local currency has lost around 12 percent against the US currency. The relationship between the values of local currencies with respect to the foreign currencies and export competitiveness of any country is very complex. The circumstances which have been created for the economy due to the depreciation of rupee against the US dollar […]

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Rupee facing stable pressures

The INR (Indian rupee) has faced many depreciation pressures during 2018, reflecting several factors including further US Fed rate hikes, India’s widening current account deficit, and negative global investor sentiment towards emerging market currencies and assets.  Rebounding oil prices and India’s unrelenting demand for it will push up oil imports and widen its current account deficit, which measures the flow of […]

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Rupee continued its decline in 2nd week of the new year

While analysts stand divided on the short-term impact of the election’s outcome, they are certain that it won’t have a significant impact on the long-run. After a blockbuster 2017, India’s equity markets witnessed extreme ups and downs in 2018. Billions of dollars were wiped out from the market, owing to factors such as the US-China […]

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