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Benefits Of Strong Rupee

A weak rupee is an easy way of boosting export earnings. But as a 67-rupee-to-adollar rate in 2015 showed, exports can plunge even (SO)

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Rupee Up 12 Paise Against US Dollar In Late Morning Trade

The rupee opened higher at 63.60 per dollar from yesterday's closing level of 63.66 at the inter-bank foreign exchange market today

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Rupee Starts With A High, Surges 16 Paise Against Dollar To 64.89

The rupee had taken a big knock on Friday by plunging 23 paise to close at 65.05 a dollar

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ECB Seen Firmly On Hold, Charting Course To More Easing In December

The European Central Bank is set to keep policy unchanged on Thursday but will likely lay the groundwork for more easing in December as it tries to sustain a long-awaited rebound in consumer prices

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ECB Holds Rates, Keeps March Date For Ending Asset Buys

Repeating its usual forward guidance, the ECB added that rates would stay at their current or lower levels for an extended period, a stance intended to reassure investors that any reversal in rates was many years away

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Gold Recovers After Hitting Three-Week Low

Asian stocks climbed to nine-month highs on Thursday, helped by a pickup in capital inflows and a recovery in global oil prices

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ECB Keeps Rates Unchanged At Record Low As Expected

The European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged as expected on Thursday, holding them at record lows as it prints money to lift the economy and raise inflation.

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Draghi Tells EU Leaders He Can't Fix Economy On His Own

European leaders will discuss further integration of the economies and policy-making of the 19 countries sharing the euro at a summit in June

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Gold Below 13-Month Top On Dollar, Heads For 2nd Week Of Gains

Spot gold rose as far as $1,282.5 an ounce, its strongest since Feb. 3, 2015, before falling 0.5 per cent to $1,263.9

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Euro Up As Draghi Muddles Easing Message, Asia Nonplussed

The muddled message sent European bond yields surging and snuffed out a nascent rally in risk sentiment, leaving Asian share markets at a loss on how to react.

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ECB Pulls Out All Stops With Rate Cuts, Stimulus Boost

In moves that briefly pushed the euro 1 per cent down against the dollar, the ECB cut its deposit rate deeper into negative territory and increased monthly asset buys to 80 billion euros from 60 billion euros

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ECB Set To Loosen Policy To Lift Sagging Economy, Inflation

The ECB has little to show for the 700 billion euros it has spent buying government bonds and other assets in the past year

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Rupee At Over Two-year Low After ECB Stimulus, Fed Rate Hike Fear

The rupee slumped to an over two-year low on Friday, tracking weakness in global markets after the European Central Bank's stimulus package fell short of expectations and renewed fears of a US rate hike.

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