MUMBAI: The rupee fell to a two- year low of 64.78 on Wednesday following China’s devaluation of the Yuan for a second time this week – a move which bankers say is bad news for India’s balance of trade.
Mohan • 22 hours ago
What MMS did not achieve in 10 yrs PM tenure, NaMo has achieved in just 15 months!!! Indian rupee has crossed PM’s age.
When Indian Rupee was 61.75 against US $, Modiji told RUPEE IN ICU
If China is devaluing there currency ! It will help Indian Imports from China Rupee should have gone strong !
this may be because of the regular regret misbehavior of Congress in loksabha and rajyasabha
Madhavan S Balaji
if that is the case if BJP allowed the Parliament to function for last 5 yrs of UPA India would be a superpower by this time..
The fall is continuous.
before election they were claiming to bring down dollar rate now it seems they are bringing down rupee value. fekus always feku.
govt policy must change soon
devalue rupee, China doing this to promote export. If we cant devalue rupee in the period when the oil is week, we wont be able to do later and rupee will fall naturally.