The partially convertible rupee ended at The local currency, which had opened at The partially convertible currency settled at The domestic currency market was shut on Friday for Guru Nanak Jayanti. The local unit settled at It had opened at At the interbank forex market, the local unit opened at The Indian rupee opened stronger this Friday tracking the recovery in Asian equities and currencies. However, a strengthening dollar could cap appreciation, Reliance Securities said in a research note.
Forex traders said the broad weakness of the American currency in the overseas market and sustained foreign fund inflows supported the local unit, while firm crude oil prices restricted the gains. The domestic currency on Wednesday opened at The local unit, which was last at It finally ended at On Monday, the rupee shed 19 paise as elevated crude oil prices prompted public sector banks to purchase the greenback on behalf of oil marketing entities, dealers said.
At the interbank forex market, the local unit opened on a weak note at The rupee on Friday settled at The partially convertible rupee had started the day at The rupee settled at The currency and bond markets were shut on Tuesday for Eid-e-Milad. For the coming week, the rupee would closely track the Dollar Index and crude oil prices which are trading at crucial levels of The rupee, which has shed close to 1.
A slide of 3. The rupee on Wednesday closed at With some foreign banks stepping in to sell the dollar on behalf of exporters, the rupee touched a high of The first day witnessed participation from trading members, with volumes of 1. The rupee on Monday closed at In the midst of all the positive factors that favour the defiant bulls, a bigger challenge for them may be emerging from the dollar bulls as the rupee is slowly weakening and staring at a breakdown point.
At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened at 75 and witnessed an intra-day high of The domestic currency on Thursday settled at Nifty 15, HAL 1, Market Watch. Mutual Funds. ET NOW. We expect rupee to weaken towards Has the Indian rupee become more stable now? Rupee in "ICU" under Modi, PM cannot hide economic, social realities forever: Congress on rupee free fall Congress general secretary and chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the Indian rupee has fallen to its nadir of Rs Rupee surges 29 paise to close at Ukraine crisis: Options for India to circumvent sanctions against Russia Indian businesses that trade with Russia have suggested reactivation of the rupee-rouble trade mechanism to ensure that supplies are not hit by Western countries' move to block Russian banks from the SWIFT payments network.
Rupee gains 20 paise to close at Rupee inches 3 paise higher to Rupee rises 20 paise to Rupee, bonds crack as crude prices surge to year high The partially convertible rupee opened at Rupee opens 25 paise higher vs dollar despite rise in oil prices; here's why The partially convertible rupee opened at Bloodbath in forex market as rupee tumbles over paise vs dollar The partially convertible rupee was at Rupee tanks 53 paise to Rupee rallies 25 paise to Rupee opens 25 paise higher vs dollar as Tuesday's selloff seen overdone Government bonds were steady, with the yield on the year benchmark 6.
Rupee plunges vs dollar as growing Russia-Ukraine tensions send oil soaring The partially convertible rupee opened at Investors turn long on Indian rupee after 4 months Barclays added that it does not see tighter Fed policy, led by U. Rupee rallies 39 paise to Rupee slips 7 paise to close at Rupee opens 10 paise higher at Rupee gains 12 paise to close at Does a cold winter await the Indian rupee?
Rupee surges 18 paise to close at Rupee pares initial gains to settle flat at Rupee slips 17 paise to close at Rupee gains 15 paise to Rupee slumps 30 paise to Rupee slides to 1-month low against dollar on forex outflows At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened at Rupee to slip on expensive crude oil, FII funds' outflow "Rising crude and trade deficit has been keeping the currency under pressure and even FPI outflows have been a constant pressure on the rupee Bearish bets on India's rupee at highest in 20 months: Poll Short positions on the Indian rupee were raised to their highest since April , while bearish bets on the Singapore dollar, Indonesia's rupiah and the Malaysian ringgit also increased, a fortnightly poll of 10 respondents showed.
Rupee rises 8 paise to close at Rupee slumps 25 paise to close at Rupee surrenders gains, ends steady vs dollar on likely RBI intervention; high crude weighs The partially convertible rupee settled at Rupee ends almost flat at Rupee rises 15 paise as dollar index weakens sharply The partially convertible rupee opened at Rupee ends at highest level vs dollar since Sep on FX flows The partially convertible rupee settled at Rupee gains 31 paise to close at Rupee slides vs dollar as Fed minutes hint at quicker rate hikes; US jobs data eyed The partially convertible rupee settled at Rupee gains as dollar index weakens; investors eye Fed minutes, US jobs data The partially convertible rupee settled at Rupee blazes on vs greenback; strengthens for 4th straight day on global weakness in USD The partially convertible rupee settled at Rupee gains for 3rd straight day, rises 5 paise vs US dollar The partially convertible rupee settled at Rupee gains 9 paise vs dollar in early trade on hopes of corporate inflows The partially convertible rupee opened at Rupee bulls shine on corporate inflows; RBI likely displaying FX reserve firepower The partially convertible rupee added 31 paise to settle at Rupee gains 18 paise vs dollar on FX inflow anticipation The domestic currency had taken a heavy beating in the first three weeks of December as central banks in advanced economies, including the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of England announced reversals of ultra-loose monetary policies adopted to tackle the economic impact of the COVID crisis.
Rupee stages smart rebound, settles above 76 per dollar The partially convertible rupee settled at Why rupee's fall to month low should not worry you There has been a bit of weakness in the fundamentals which is pointing to why the rupee should depreciate but I think the depreciation has come on the back of the dollar index moving higher.
Rupee skids past 76 per dollar mark on relentless FII outflows, fear of hawkish Fed With the greenback remaining firm at over-one-week high, traders rushed to square off existing bets on the Indian currency, especially as the US Federal Reserve is widely expected to signal a shift to a tighter monetary policy at the end of its two-day meet Wednesday. Rupee gains ground, opens 13 paise higher vs dollar as equities hold firm The partially convertible rupee opened at Rupee declines by 7 paise to Rupee plunges vs US dollar as fresh Covid variant dampens global growth prospects, prompts rush to safe-havens The partially convertible rupee settled at Rupee slips vs US dollar as Fed minutes show fresh calls for faster taper, higher interest rates The partially convertible Indian currency settled at Rupee recoups most losses vs US dollar as equities bounce back smartly; gilts steady The partially convertible rupee ended at Rupee takes hit vs US dollar as Fed official calls for faster bond taper; gilts end steady The partially convertible currency settled at Rupee rises 10 paise to end at Rupee slips 3 paise to close at Rupee rises 16 paise to Unlike in equity or stock market where you buy a share of one company, currency trading in India will involve taking a position on a currency pair.
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The Rupee closed rangebound on Friday even as the dollar index fell to a one-week low on Thursday, after the US Federal Reserve's basis-point hike in interest rate was on expected lines. Asian share indices fell in early trade today tracking overnight losses on the Wall Street on growing investor concerns that sharp rate hikes by global central banks may dent economies into recession or slow down global growth. Now that we have covered the global Forex market in detail.
That said, the major theme of this chapter is to talk about two things. One is how the two-way quotes of the Rupee crosses are calculated. So far, we have talked about the global Forex markets. We have covered aspects such as the evolution of the Forex market, key factors that drive the Forex markets, and some of the key currency pairs of the world -i. Now, it is time to focus on the Indian Forex market. The major agenda of the chapter is, however, to speak how the two-way exchange rates are calculated and how the futures price for a currency pair is derived from the spot price.
Keep in mind that the objective of this chapter is to just introduce the currencies that are traded in India and to lay foundations for the currency derivatives and other chapters that will be covered later. We talked about the key factors that impact the direction of the pair, including interest rate differential between India and the US, the direction of the monetary policies of the RBI and the Federal Reserve, risk appetite prevailing in the global market, economic health of India and the US etc.
It can be seen from the chart that the pair bottomed out towards the end of and has since steadily appreciated for more than a decade. Put it in other words, the Rupee over the past 10 years has depreciated markedly against the Dollar. The key amongst these are the steady appreciation of the Dollar against not only the G7 currencies but also the emerging market currencies and widening import bill and trade deficit of India because of surging oil and other imports.
The weakness of the Rupee against the Dollar has caused the former to underperform against the Euro and the Sterling too, despite the remarkable weakness seen in each of these currencies against the Dollar. Remember that in one of the previous chapters, we saw how cross currency values are calculated. There aretwo important lessonsto learn from this. The second lesson to learn is that explosive moves in Rupee crosses occur when both the dollar pairs move in the same direction.
Both the dollar crosses, i. Hence, always be on the lookout for such occurrences, as the returns often tend to be significant. Movements among the Majors tend to be quite volatile during the US session. This often causes the Rupee crosses to open with gaps during the following session. Also, movements in the Rupee crosses can get volatile during the afternoon session, i. One needs to be aware of all these when trading Rupee crosses. We will talk about these in a greater detail later.
Before we get into currency derivatives, let us first understand how cross rates are derived. The bid price is the maximum price that buyers are willing to pay to buy the base currency against the quoted currency, while the ask price is the minimum price that sellers are willing to accept to sell the base currency against the quoted currency. Here, Now, let us see how two-way cross-currency rates can be calculated using two dollar pairs.
So, 1. So, 0. When calculating the Rupee crosses, we need two dollar currency pairs. Things are simple when USD is a base currency in one pair and a quoted currency in the other pair such as in case 1 and case 2 above. In such cases, we just multiply the bid side of one pair with the bid side of the other pair to get the bid side of the Rupee cross as well as multiply the ask side of one pair with the ask side of the other pair to get the ask side of the Rupee cross.
Things, however, get a little tricky when USD is on the same side of both the currency pairs i. In such cases, there is a need to flip one of the dollar pairs, aligning it with the cross currency whose value we are trying to establish.
After this, we just proceed with multiplying the two bids and the two asks to get the bid-ask price of the cross. As we saw in an earlier chapter, international investors are always in search of higher, attractive yields. They tend to invest their capital in countries that have high interest rates. To fund such transactions, they tend to borrow money from countries that have low interest rates. If everything else remains constant till maturity, they would earn a risk-free profit on their investment, which would be the interest rate differential between the two countries.
Let us take the case of India and the US. The representation flow below would make this concept easy to understand. Such a risk-free profit is nothing but an arbitrage opportunity. In reality however, the market very quickly corrects such opportunities, as and when they do appear.
Hence, to prevent such arbitrage opportunities from arising, the difference between the proceeds received from investing in a high-yielding country in the case above, India and the proceeds paid for the loan taken from a low-yielding country in the case above, the US must equal the difference between the spot exchange rate and the forward exchange rate.
This concept is called interest rate parity. Notice that in the example above we assumed exchange rates would remain constant over a one year period. This, however, seldom happens. To prevent arbitrage opportunities, the forward exchange rate will either behigher than the spot exchange rate when interest rate of the quoted currency is higher than interest rate of the base currency or lower than the spot exchange rate when interest rate of the quoted currency is lower than interest rate of the base currency.
The below formula of calculating forward exchange rate would help to understand this concept better. Note that in the formula above, if I q is less than I b , the numerator would be smaller than the denominator and hence, the forward rate would be lower than the spot rate. Meanwhile, if I q is greater than I b , the numerator would be greater than the denominator and hence, the forward rate would be higher than the spot rate.