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Indian rupee hits three-week high; focus on US jobs data MUMBAI: The Indian rupee rose to a three-week high on Friday, posting its first weekly gain in five, helped by dollar selling from state-run banks and tracking gains in regional currencies ahead of a key US jobs growth data later in the day. The 0.7 percent gain in the rupee this week came on the back of large dollar sales by corporates and banks and a recovery in Asian currencies, offsetting a net $1.5 billion in foreign investor selling in debt markets last month that had previously pressured the local unit. Still, caution should prevail as the country inches closer to the final phase of elections, with the latest opinion polls showing that the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party and its allies were set to win a narrow majority in the 543-seat lower house of parliament."The INR will be in a tight range of 59.50 to 61 with market eyeing the ...

Dollar higher in Asia before US jobs data TOKYO: The dollar strengthened in Asia on Friday as upbeat comments from the Federal Reserve and positive data supported the unit ahead of key US jobs figures later in the day.In midday Tokyo trading, the greenback fetched 102.36 yen against 102.30 yen in New York Thursday.The euro slipped to $1.3858 and 141.84 yen compared with $1.3867 and 141.89 yen in US trade.Investors are hoping that Friday's US employment data will confirm that the world's biggest ...
Dollar moves in tight range in Asia after Fed meeting TOKYO: The dollar moved in a tight range in Asia on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve said it would make another cut to its stimulus as the economy picks up, but first-quarter GDP figures disappointed.In afternoon Tokyo trading, the greenback fetched 102.17 yen, down from 102.23 yen in New York on Wednesday.The euro rose to $1.3885 and 141.87 yen from $1.3866 and 141.75 yen in US trade.The Fed, concluding a two-day policy meeting, said ...
Falling yuan pulls down Asia FX, but most see gains in April SINGAPORE: Most emerging Asian currencies slid on Wednesday as the Chinese yuan lost ground and the dollar held firm ahead of the result of a US Federal Reserve policy meeting, but many regional units were set to see monthly gains on capital inflows.Investors hesitated to build up aggressive positions before key data from major economies such as US jobs numbers on Friday and China's manufacturing activity index on Thursday.Most Asian financial markets will be closed ...
Indian rupee at over one-week high on large dollar sales by exporters MUMBAI: The Indian rupee rose to its highest in more than a week on Wednesday, on heavy dollar selling by exporters and corporates, traders said. The rupee rose to 60.30/31, a level last seen on April 21. At 9:17 am, the rupee was at 60.35/36 versus its close of 60.42/43 on Tuesday.A higher start for local equities also supporting the rupee, traders said. The market sees the rupee moving in a 60.15 to 60.45 range ...
Falling yuan weighs on Asia FX, but most set to see good April SINGAPORE: Most emerging Asian currencies eased on Wednesday as the Chinese yuan lost ground and on a broad dollar strength ahead of the result of a US Federal Reserve policy meeting, but many regional units were set to see monthly gains on capital inflows.Investors hesitated to build up aggressive positions before key data from major economies such as US jobs numbers on Friday and China's manufacturing activity index on Thursday. Most Asian financial markets will ...
Sri Lankan rupee flat in dull trade; stocks up on large caps COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan rupee was little changed in dull trade on Tuesday as exporter dollar sales offset importer demand for the greenback, while dealers expect the currency to remain stable in the near term in the absence of a pick-up in private sector credit. The spot rupee was at 130.60/61 per dollar at 0558 GMT, little changed from Monday's close of 130.59/61."Exporter conversions offset importer dollar demand. The rupee is trading in a narrow ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJune
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyAugust 27, 2015
Reserves $18.509 bln