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      View: Why the dollar may remain strong for longer

      One can say that the reign of equity, bond and currency market is totally in the hands of the Fed and is guided by it or it’s more by the expectation of what the Fed is likely to do! In July, after Fed sounded less hawkish, the expectation of a September hike had fallen from

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      View: Rupee could sink to 82 vs US dollar in short term

      The rupee hit the 80 mark against the US dollar for the first time on Tuesday, having hovered close to it for the past few sessions. In the past, whenever the Indian currency has reached a psychologically important level, it has seen wild moves for the next one month or so. Here’s a look at

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      View: Rupee may be headed to 80.5 vs US dollar in 2-4 months

      The rupee is no more an outperforming currency after hitting a series of record lows against the US dollar, which took it close to the average depreciation of 6.75 percent in Asian currencies. In the Asian pack, it posted the worst quarter since Asian Crisis of 1997 amid increasing worries about aggressive tightening by the

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      View: Rupee may remain sideways for the next 2 months

      Amid a bunch of economic events, volatility was supposed to remain elevated this month. The rupee has been hovering around the 78 mark against the US dollar — not far from its all-time low. Fed and RBI policies The rupee finally got out of its overly stretched range of 77.40-77.80 against the greenback, depreciating towards

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      View: After hitting record lows, rupee may depreciate further

      Since the RBI’s surprise rate hike by 40 basis points (bps), the rupee was seen tumbling against the US dollar. As rupee closes at record low, experts warn fast pace of depreciation will impact inflation Here’s why more pain may be on the cards for the rupee against the greenback over the short term. Stronger dollar and

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      View: It may be a while before dollar index returns to double digits

      The US dollar index is expected to reflect the Fed’s hawkish tone to tackle high inflation over the short and medium terms. The risk-off sentiment, triggered by the Russia-Ukraine crisis, is an add-on to the ongoing rally in the gauge. The dollar index has reached triple digits as expected just before the start of tapering

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      View: Expect rupee to slide to 78.50 vs dollar in medium term

      From the start of the pandemic, labour shortages, container issues and rising freight charges were already making raw material costlier. This started to reflect in inflation readings. A new crisis entered the scene in late February 2022: the Russia-Ukraine war. Will supply concerns cause a big blow to India? In the energy pack, Russia accounts

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      View: Russia-Ukraine war can cause more pain to euro, pound

      Despite measures taken by US, the UK, the EU, Japan, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand against Russia, Moscow continued to invade Ukrainian cities. The United States’ move to ban imports of oil and other energy products from Russia sent crude oil surging to close to $140 a barrel — the highest since the Global Financial

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      View: Rupee likely to move to 76.30 vs US dollar in near term

      As the economist John Maynard Keynes has said: “The markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.” The rupee got direction after the RBI policy review, having traded near the 74.50-74.70 zone ahead of the event. US CPI data proved to be a game-changer for major markets as well as the rupee. Momentum picked

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      View: What the latest FOMC meet could mean for the rupee

      The result of the most awaited event of this month — the Fed’s scheduled policy meeting — is here with us. There was clearly no surprise for the market. As widely expected, the US central bank kept interest rates unchanged at a record low of the 0-0.25 percent range. But its tone remained hawkish and

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