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Rupee opens strong at 60.97 as US Fed worries subside
The rupee opened the day stronger against the dollar as worries that the US Federal Reserve would hike interest rates earlier than expected eased. The currency opened the day stronger at 60.97, as against its Tuesday close of 61.06. ...
Rupee Opens Strong At 60 97 As Us Fed Worries Subside

Rupee gains 8 paise at 60.34 against the dollar
The rupee gained 8 paise against the dollar at 60.34, on strong global cues, particularly from equity markets. Forex markets would now await hints from the US Federal Reserve, whose officials hold a Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting today. ...
Rupee Gains 8 Paise At 60 34 Against The Dollar
After 3 months of negative sentiment, investors now EM positive
Investors pulled out over $41 billion from equity funds focused on emerging markets, including India, in the first three months of 2014, after the US Federal Reserve began winding down its quantitative-easing programme, says a report by funds tracking firm EPFR ...
After 3 Months Negative Sentiment Investors Now Em Positive
Gold falls as dollar gains, Fed caps rally
International gold prices fell and were set to witness the steepest fall in six weeks as the US dollar gained following the US Federal Reserve announcement of QE3 tapering. Read more on QE3 tapering here Spot gold in the international ...
Gold Falls As Dollar Gains Fed Caps Rally
Rupee gains 10 paise in early trade on strong cues
The rupee gained 10 paise in early trade on the back of strong global cues. The currency was last trading at Rs 62.31, up 10 paise over Thursday's close. Today's gains was after a significant fall in the currency on ...
Rupee Gains 10 Paise Early Trade On Strong Cues
FII net investments for Jan 2014 at Rs 714 crores
Foreign institutional investors (FII) have made net purchases of Rs 714.30 crores for Jan 2014. While net purchases stood at Rs 64,478.90 crores, net sales were Rs 63,764.40 crores. Since Sept, foreign funds have made net purchases in Indian equities, ...
FIIs continue to remain net sellers in Indian equities
Foreign funds continued to remain net sellers in the cash segment of the equity markets. On Friday, they once again net sold to the tune of Rs 652 crores, according to figures released by the National Stock Exchange. It's unlikely ...
Fiis Continue Remain Net Sellers Indian Equities
Rupee steady at 61.45 to the dollar
The rupee was trading steady against the dollar at 61.45, showing remarkable resilience in the last few days after the US Federal Reserve partially eased its Quantitative Easing Programme (QE3). The rupee had closed the day at 61.32 on Thursday. ...
Double whammy for banking stocks; hit by RBI and US Fed
Banking stocks have been badly hit in the last few days with the Bank Nifty dropping to levels not seen since October 2013, hit by the RBI's decision to hike repo rates and the Fed's decision to stay the course on ...
Double Whammy Banking Stocks Hit Rbi Us Fed
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