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Salt-to-software conglomerate Tata group's combined turnover has slipped below $100-billion mark due to a fall in rupee, despite an over ten per cent growth in total revenue when measured in Indian currency. Tatas have, however, emerged as the
London Metal Exchange (LME), weighed by persistent concerns over a potential military strike against Syria and a firm US dollar. At the PM kerb close on Friday, LME three-month copper was down 0.8 per cent at $US7,099.50 a metric ton. Aluminium was 1.
Most traders expect the Reserve Bank will cut interest rates by 0.25 percentage points tomorrow and Mr James believes there won't be much be much movement before the announcement...If the Reserve Bank cuts interest rates as expected certainly
How are Indian students aspiring to study abroad coping with the fall in the rupee against the US dollar? It is a difficult time for students who want to study abroad. With every fall in the value of the Indian Rupee against the US Dollar, their
There are 3 ways to identify trading opportunities into the direction of a strong trend. Buy the dips, sell the rallies Breakouts into new highs or lows Diversify with currency baskets Buy Dips A common Forex strategy is to buy low and sell high.
In an interview with ET Now, Manish Chokhani , MD and CEO, Axis Capital , shares his views on the global markets and the rupee. Excerpts: Nikunj Dalmia: Fears of a tight liquidity clearly have led to an indiscriminately sell off in just about every
As the Jamaican dollar crosses the psychological threshold of, 100 to US$1, the question of how currency depreciation may help and hurt the Jamaican economy is engaged again with even greater intensity. Depreciation is supposed to make exports more
London Metal Exchange (LME), as investors shrugged off disappointing US consumer confidence data and a weaker greenback lent some support to prices. At the close of open outcry trading on Tuesday, LME three-month copper was up 0.6 per cent at $US8,
There is room for caution as we are in a very mature bull market in the US and a sudden slide there will have ramifications for Nifty, says Sonali Ranade W e live in an era where the metric, money, used to measure value itself is not constant. What
Owing to continued electricity crisis coupled with hike in power rates with each passing day, the government has decided to introduce amendments in the Power Policy 2002, which, however, will be implemented after the approval of Council of Common