Rupee Crisis


'Rupee Crisis' - 137 News Result(s)

  • Bond Yield Hits Seven-Month High, Rate Hike Fears Rise

    Bond Yield Hits Seven-Month High, Rate Hike Fears Rise

    A rate-tightening move would be the RBI's first such since January 2014, when previous governor Raghuram Rajan was responding to a rupee crisis that had sent the currency to record lows.

  • Cash-Driven Rural India Grapples To Keep Up With Black Money Chase

    Cash-Driven Rural India Grapples To Keep Up With Black Money Chase

    In a largely cash-driven rural India, the government's surprise move to scarp Rs 500 and 1,000 notes to check black money crisis has hit people hard as some of them even don't have bank accounts and are scrambling to get cash to meet their daily needs.

  • Hunger Games: Eating Out Becomes Latest Casualty In Cash-Starved Delhi

    Hunger Games: Eating Out Becomes Latest Casualty In Cash-Starved Delhi

    Several restaurants in Delhi are witnessing thin attendance as pockets run dry after the centre's currency ban on 500 and 1,000 rupee notes.

  • On Day 3, Anger, Chaos On Currency Ban As Banks Struggle To Dispense Cash

    On Day 3, Anger, Chaos On Currency Ban As Banks Struggle To Dispense Cash

    Serpentine queues, agitated crowd and more chaos was witnessed as cash-starved people struggled to exchange and withdraw money today.

  • Markets Fall After Raghuram Rajan's Surprise Move To Quit In September

    Markets Fall After Raghuram Rajan's Surprise Move To Quit In September

    Dr Rajan, a former International Monetary Fund chief economist, has been popular with foreign investors for his efforts to tackle inflation and helping to rescue India from its worst crisis in more than two decades when he took the helm in 2013.

  • Raghuram Rajan Faces Ghosts Of The Rupee's Past

    Raghuram Rajan Faces Ghosts Of The Rupee's Past

    Analysts warn the rupee - already Asia's worst performing currency against the U.S. dollar this year - continues to look vulnerable ahead of September, when dollar term deposits that the country raised from citizens abroad in 2013 start to mature.

  • 300,000 Children Across India Drugged, Beaten, Forced To Beg: Report

    300,000 Children Across India Drugged, Beaten, Forced To Beg: Report

    At least 300,000 children across India are drugged, beaten and forced to beg every day, in what has become a multi-million rupee industry controlled by human trafficking cartels, police and trafficking experts said.

  • Rupee Falls to 67.29/Dollar, Lowest Since 2013 Crisis

    Rupee Falls to 67.29/Dollar, Lowest Since 2013 Crisis

    The RBI is also expected to intervene frequently, as it did on Thursday, with traders also anticipating more actions in futures markets after the central bank said in December it was open to that prospect.

  • Rupee Falls to Weakest Since 2013 Crisis Levels

    Rupee Falls to Weakest Since 2013 Crisis Levels

    The rupee fell on Thursday to its weakest since September 2013, when the country was still in the midst of its worst market turmoil in more than two decades, tracking falls in most Asian currencies against the dollar as oil prices plunged.

  • Rupee Fall Due to China Fears, India on Firm Footing: SBI

    Rupee Fall Due to China Fears, India on Firm Footing: SBI

    State Bank of India chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya on Monday described the massive fall in the rupee to be "driven by apprehensions" about the crisis in China and asserted it does not indicate any fundamental issues with Indian economy.

  • China Crisis Could Benefit Domestic Stock Markets: Analysts

    China Crisis Could Benefit Domestic Stock Markets: Analysts

    Indian stock markets fell sharply for a second consecutive session on Friday. The BSE Sensex came close to breaching the psychological 27,000 mark, while the Nifty slipped below the key 8,250 levels in morning trade.

  • Greek Crisis May Impact Global Currency Market: Commerce Minister

    Greek Crisis May Impact Global Currency Market: Commerce Minister

    Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday said the government is "very closely" monitoring the developments in Greece as that could have implications on the international currency market.

  • Rupee Ends Higher at 63.40/Dollar, Gains for 5th Day

    Rupee Ends Higher at 63.40/Dollar, Gains for 5th Day

    In overseas trade, the dollar traded higher against major currencies on expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates from record lows this year on the back of robust US macro data.

  • Rupee May Be Hit from Greece Fallout: Arvind Subramanian

    Rupee May Be Hit from Greece Fallout: Arvind Subramanian

    On the likely impact of the crisis on Indian economy, he said, "In these situations what mostly happens is there is flight to dollars, to a safe haven. Rupee might also be affected by that. But nothing gets unusual at all so far."

  • What a Greece 'No' Could Mean for India

    What a Greece 'No' Could Mean for India

    The global market volatility could also hit Indian shores, even though India has very little exposure to Greece, says BoAML.

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'Rupee Crisis' - 137 News Result(s)

  • Bond Yield Hits Seven-Month High, Rate Hike Fears Rise

    Bond Yield Hits Seven-Month High, Rate Hike Fears Rise

    A rate-tightening move would be the RBI's first such since January 2014, when previous governor Raghuram Rajan was responding to a rupee crisis that had sent the currency to record lows.

  • Cash-Driven Rural India Grapples To Keep Up With Black Money Chase

    Cash-Driven Rural India Grapples To Keep Up With Black Money Chase

    In a largely cash-driven rural India, the government's surprise move to scarp Rs 500 and 1,000 notes to check black money crisis has hit people hard as some of them even don't have bank accounts and are scrambling to get cash to meet their daily needs.

  • Hunger Games: Eating Out Becomes Latest Casualty In Cash-Starved Delhi

    Hunger Games: Eating Out Becomes Latest Casualty In Cash-Starved Delhi

    Several restaurants in Delhi are witnessing thin attendance as pockets run dry after the centre's currency ban on 500 and 1,000 rupee notes.

  • On Day 3, Anger, Chaos On Currency Ban As Banks Struggle To Dispense Cash

    On Day 3, Anger, Chaos On Currency Ban As Banks Struggle To Dispense Cash

    Serpentine queues, agitated crowd and more chaos was witnessed as cash-starved people struggled to exchange and withdraw money today.

  • Markets Fall After Raghuram Rajan's Surprise Move To Quit In September

    Markets Fall After Raghuram Rajan's Surprise Move To Quit In September

    Dr Rajan, a former International Monetary Fund chief economist, has been popular with foreign investors for his efforts to tackle inflation and helping to rescue India from its worst crisis in more than two decades when he took the helm in 2013.

  • Raghuram Rajan Faces Ghosts Of The Rupee's Past

    Raghuram Rajan Faces Ghosts Of The Rupee's Past

    Analysts warn the rupee - already Asia's worst performing currency against the U.S. dollar this year - continues to look vulnerable ahead of September, when dollar term deposits that the country raised from citizens abroad in 2013 start to mature.

  • 300,000 Children Across India Drugged, Beaten, Forced To Beg: Report

    300,000 Children Across India Drugged, Beaten, Forced To Beg: Report

    At least 300,000 children across India are drugged, beaten and forced to beg every day, in what has become a multi-million rupee industry controlled by human trafficking cartels, police and trafficking experts said.

  • Rupee Falls to 67.29/Dollar, Lowest Since 2013 Crisis

    Rupee Falls to 67.29/Dollar, Lowest Since 2013 Crisis

    The RBI is also expected to intervene frequently, as it did on Thursday, with traders also anticipating more actions in futures markets after the central bank said in December it was open to that prospect.

  • Rupee Falls to Weakest Since 2013 Crisis Levels

    Rupee Falls to Weakest Since 2013 Crisis Levels

    The rupee fell on Thursday to its weakest since September 2013, when the country was still in the midst of its worst market turmoil in more than two decades, tracking falls in most Asian currencies against the dollar as oil prices plunged.

  • Rupee Fall Due to China Fears, India on Firm Footing: SBI

    Rupee Fall Due to China Fears, India on Firm Footing: SBI

    State Bank of India chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya on Monday described the massive fall in the rupee to be "driven by apprehensions" about the crisis in China and asserted it does not indicate any fundamental issues with Indian economy.

  • China Crisis Could Benefit Domestic Stock Markets: Analysts

    China Crisis Could Benefit Domestic Stock Markets: Analysts

    Indian stock markets fell sharply for a second consecutive session on Friday. The BSE Sensex came close to breaching the psychological 27,000 mark, while the Nifty slipped below the key 8,250 levels in morning trade.

  • Greek Crisis May Impact Global Currency Market: Commerce Minister

    Greek Crisis May Impact Global Currency Market: Commerce Minister

    Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday said the government is "very closely" monitoring the developments in Greece as that could have implications on the international currency market.

  • Rupee Ends Higher at 63.40/Dollar, Gains for 5th Day

    Rupee Ends Higher at 63.40/Dollar, Gains for 5th Day

    In overseas trade, the dollar traded higher against major currencies on expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates from record lows this year on the back of robust US macro data.

  • Rupee May Be Hit from Greece Fallout: Arvind Subramanian

    Rupee May Be Hit from Greece Fallout: Arvind Subramanian

    On the likely impact of the crisis on Indian economy, he said, "In these situations what mostly happens is there is flight to dollars, to a safe haven. Rupee might also be affected by that. But nothing gets unusual at all so far."

  • What a Greece 'No' Could Mean for India

    What a Greece 'No' Could Mean for India

    The global market volatility could also hit Indian shores, even though India has very little exposure to Greece, says BoAML.

  • Greece Crisis May Impact Rupee: Raghuram Rajan

    Greece Crisis May Impact Rupee: Raghuram Rajan

    The rupee may see some indirect impact from the Greece crisis, even though India has limited direct exposure to the European nation in terms of trade, Reserve Bank of India chief Raghuram Rajan said on Thursday.

  • Sensex Cautious As Greece Looks Set to Default Today: 10 Developments

    Sensex Cautious As Greece Looks Set to Default Today: 10 Developments

    At 9:17 a.m., Sensex was up 75 points to 27,720 while Nifty edged up 26 points to 8,344. The rupee was up at 63.75/dollar in early trade on Tuesday as compared to Monday's close of 63.84.

  • Rupee Ends Lower at 63.84/Dollar on Greek Crisis

    Rupee Ends Lower at 63.84/Dollar on Greek Crisis

    In line with equities, the rupee recovered from initial losses, but still ended lower against the US dollar by tumbling 20 paise due to the looming debt default crisis in Greece amidst month-end demand for the greenback from importers.

  • Sensex Plunges Over 600 Points as Greece Crisis Rocks Global Markets: 10 Developments

    Sensex Plunges Over 600 Points as Greece Crisis Rocks Global Markets: 10 Developments

    BSE Sensex fell sharply on Monday as the deepening Greece crisis rocked global stock and currency markets.

  • What Caused the Massive Market Crash Today

    What Caused the Massive Market Crash Today

    India needs a Plan B - quickly, writes MK Venu.

  • Sensex Crashes 854 Points in Biggest Fall Since Rupee Crisis in 2013

    Sensex Crashes 854 Points in Biggest Fall Since Rupee Crisis in 2013

    The BSE Sensex fell over 3 per cent on Tuesday in its biggest loss since the rupee crisis in 2013. An unrelenting slide in oil prices and political uncertainty in Greece weighed on stock markets across the globe.

  • Sensex Crashes Over 850 Points, Sinks Below 27,000

    Sensex Crashes Over 850 Points, Sinks Below 27,000

    The BSE Sensex and Nifty fell more than 2 per cent on Tuesday as Indian stock markets headed for their biggest daily loss since the midst of the rupee crisis in 2013. An unrelenting slide in oil prices and political uncertainty in Greece weighed on stock markets across the globe.

  • No Serious Crisis in Rupee, Says Arun Jaitley

    No Serious Crisis in Rupee, Says Arun Jaitley

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said there is no "serious crisis" in the rupee. Speaking in Rajya Sabha, he blamed the rising dollar for the recent weakness in the rupee and said the strength in the US currency posed a "serious challenge" for emerging markets.

  • Why Russia Has Become a Threat for Sensex, Rupee

    Why Russia Has Become a Threat for Sensex, Rupee

    The BSE Sensex slumped to a two-month low of 26,500 on Wednesday, while the rupee weakened to 63.89 per dollar - a level not seen since November 2013. The sudden fall in Indian stock and currency markets has been triggered by an economic crisis in Russia, where the rouble crashed to 80 per dollar on Tuesday, a slide of 23 per cent in 24 hours despi...

  • Lupin, Glenmark Pharma Slump; EM Currency Rout Hurts

    Lupin, Glenmark Pharma Slump; EM Currency Rout Hurts

    Currency crisis in emerging markets could result in earnings downgrades, analysts said.

  • Raghuram Rajan Explains His 'Global Crash' Warning

    Raghuram Rajan Explains His 'Global Crash' Warning

    Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Monday said his warning about a global markets "crash" last week was not aimed to "preempt" another crisis, but to highlight the pitfalls of using monetary policy to revive growth.

  • Iraq Crisis Led to Rupee Depreciation: Minister of State for Finance

    Iraq Crisis Led to Rupee Depreciation: Minister of State for Finance

    The recent Iraq crisis has led to marginal depreciation of the rupee and government is calibrating "appropriate policy responses" to cope with the situation, Parliament was informed on Tuesday.

  • Sensex, Nifty Trade in Narrow Range

    Sensex, Nifty Trade in Narrow Range

    BSE Sensex and Nifty were mostly flat while trading was in a very narrow range. Though global markets were mostly higher, concerns over rising oil prices capped gains in Indian markets and put pressure on the rupee.

  • Nifty, Sensex Fall Amid Iraq Concerns, ONGC Slumps

    Nifty, Sensex Fall Amid Iraq Concerns, ONGC Slumps

    BSE Sensex and Nifty were lower in noon trade today weighed down by losses in oil & gas shares. The rupee also pared some its early gains.

  • Sensex, Nifty Rise as Rupee Rebounds Against Dollar

    Sensex, Nifty Rise as Rupee Rebounds Against Dollar

    BSE Sensex and Nifty moved higher on Thursday on positive global markets after the Federal Reserve gave a positive assessment of the US economy and committed to retaining accommodative monetary policy.

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