26 Jun 2012
The Indian rupee ended flat on Tuesday, and not far from record lows against the dollar, as strong end-of-the-month greenback demand from state-run oil firms and weak global risk sentiment pressured the domestic currency.
27 Jan 2015
Mumbai: The Indian rupee on Tuesday ended marginally higher against the American currency at 61.41 amid volatile trading on the back of a higher dollar overseas.
15 Jun 2012
The US dollar ended sharply cheaper against the rupee at Rs 55.40/41 per dollar and the Pound sterling also finished lower at Rs 86.18/20 per pound at the close of the Interbank Foreign Exchange Market (Forex) here on Friday.
14 Jun 2012
The US dollar ended dearer against the rupee at Rs 55.80/81 per dollar but the Pound sterling turned slightly lower at Rs 86.66/68 per pound at the close of the Interbank Foreign Exchange Market (Forex) here on Thursday.
24 Dec 2014
Shimla: Opposition BJP on Wednesday dubbed the performance of Congress-led Himachal Pradesh government as "dismal" and alleged that the Virbhadra Singh dispensation had failed on all fronts.
04 Feb 2015
Mumbai: The rupee gained 11 paise to 61.56 against US dollar in morning trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on Wednesday amid sustained overseas capital inflows.
03 Feb 2015
Mumbai: Bonds fell while the rupee trimmed earlier gains as the central bank held benchmark interest rates steady at 7.75 percent on Tuesday after easing monetary policy just three weeks ago.
05 Feb 2015
Mumbai: The Indian rupee on Thursday washed out initial losses against the greenback to edge up by two paise at 61.73 on fag-end selling of dollars by banks and exporters.
02 Jan 2015
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India on Friday fixed the reference rate of the rupee at 63.2878 against the US dollar and for the euro at 76.3061 as against 63.3213 and 76.5998.
02 Feb 2015
Mumbai: Ahead of RBI credit policy, the Indian rupee on Monday ended 6 paise higher at 61.80 against the American currency on fag-end selling pressure from banks and exporters due to a weak dollar in the overseas markets.