|Dollar drifts down as trade-deal progress stokes cautious risk appetite|
Dollar drifts down as trade-deal progress stokes cautious risk appetite.
|Forex reserves down $446 million to $428.6 billion|
The reserves declined by a steep $1.45 billion to $429.050 billion last week.
|Rupee logs 3rd straight day gains, up 12 paise at 71.72|
Indian currency has appreciated by 67 paise in the last three trading sessions.
|Rupee pares gains, settles flat at 69.36 a US dollar|
Rupee opened at 69.32 a dollar and touched a low of 69.40 and high of 69.22 during the day.
|Rupee does U-turn, rises 23 paise to 69.35 against US dollar|
After opening on a weak note, rupee recovered and finally settled 23 paise higher at 69.35.
|An anomaly in Rupee forwards has traders search for RBI hand|
Implied yields surged to 2-year high even after RBI cut rates.
|Rupee opened flat at 69.58 vs USD in early trade|
Rupee opened at 69.58 at the interbank forex market, unchanged from its previous closing level.
|RBI says forex retail trading platform ready for rollout on Aug 5|
RBI said banks may charge their retail customers a pre-agreed flat fee towards administrative expenses.
|Most bullish forecaster sees Indian rupee at 67 on Modi return|
Rupee may strengthen to 67 per dollar by end-June, a level last seen in the same month last year, said Qi Gao.
|Why Yuan at 7/dollar risks inflaming trade war|
That’s probably one of the reasons why China is now pushing back.
|Rupee, bonds rally on election exit polls; stocks in focus for flows|
Traders said market gains would be kept in check ahead of the vote counting on Thursday.
|China's central bank won't let yuan weaken past 7 to the dollar|
The yuan fell to its weakest level since December on Friday.
|Pakistan's rupee keeps sliding after IMF loan accord reached|
The fall reflects the IMF's condition for a "market-based exchange rate mechanism.
|Rupee slips 29 paise to 70.32 vs USD in early trade|
The rupee opened weak at 70.22 at the interbank forex market and then fell further to 70.32.
|Citigroup, JPMorgan among banks fined $1.2 billion in forex probe|
Five banks agreed to pay EU fines of about $1.2 billion for colluding on forex trading strategies.