The Indian rupee hit a fresh 52-week low of 66.95 to the US dollar, as global markets faced a sell-off after ECB President Mario Draghi, did not expand the quantum of monthly easing as was largely expected.
European stock markets seen a huge sell-off with US and Asian markets following. This had an impact on currencies, with the Indian rupee also opening lower. Check and convert currencies
Should that happen we could see further pressure on the rupee. The Reserve Bank of India is unlikely to intervene too much and this could help exporters. In fact, the central bank may be comfortable with the currency at the current levels.