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Rupee settles back
May 09,2016

Rupee closed lower on Monday (09 May 2016) at 66.58/59 per dollar, earlier during the day the currency hit its highest mark of 66.3850 per dollar. Rupee earlier closed at 66.5650/5850 per dollar.

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Rupee takes a breather
May 05,2016

Rupee closed slightly higher at 66.5450/5550 per dollar on Thursday (05 May 2016), versus its previous close of 66.56/58 per dollar.

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Rupee hit worsely
May 04,2016

Rupee closed lower at 66.56/58 per dollar on Wednesday (04 May 2016), versus its previous close of 66.4150/4250 per dollar.

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Rupee shows moderate gains
May 03,2016

Rupee closed higher at 66.4150/4250 per dollar on Tuesday (03 May 2016), versus its previous close of 66.44/45 per dollar.

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Rupee gains a bit
Apr 26,2016

Rupee closed a bit higher at 66.5350/5550 per dollar on Tuesday (26 April 2016), versus its previous close of 66.61/62 per dollar.

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Rupee struggles
Apr 25,2016

Rupee dived to close at 66.61/62 per dollar on Monday (25 April 2016), versus its previous close of 66.4850/4950 per dollar.

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Rupee loses further
Apr 22,2016

Rupee went down to close at 66.4850/4950 per dollar on Friday (22 April 2016), versus its previous close of 66.39/40 per dollar.

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Rupee spurts
Apr 20,2016

Rupee gained on Wednesday (20 April 2016) and closed at 66.22/23 per dollar, versus its previous close of 66.5450/5550 per dollar.

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Bullion prices finish sharply higher
Apr 08,2016

Bullion prices finished sharply higher on Thursday, 07 April 2016 at Comex. Gold prices finished sharply higher on Thursday, coinciding with a meltdown for the U.S. dollar against the yen, and fresh signals that the Federal Reserve is taking a cautious approach to future interest-rate hikes.

June gold closed up $13.70, or 1.1%, to $1,237.50 an ounce, after closing on Wednesday down $5.80, or 0.5%, to $1,223.80 an ounce.

Silver rose in step with gold, with the May contract up 10.4 cents, or 0.7%, to close at $15.158 an ounce.

Golds climb follows Wednesdays release of minutes from the Federal Open Market Committees March meeting, which affirmed reluctance by the Fed to lift interest rates at their next meeting April 26-27. Higher rates generally diminish the attractiveness of precious metals, which offer no yield.

The dollar plunged to a 17-month low against the Japanese yen, trading as low as n++107.69 on the day, sharply below where it was trading in New York late Wednesday, at around n++109.79.

Among economic reports expected for the day, the latest initial claims report provided some economic news worth cheering about. Claims for the week ending April 2 were 267,000 (consensus 270,000), a decrease of 9,000 from the previous weeks unrevised level. That marked the 57th straight week initial claims have been below 300,000, which is the longest streak since 1973. The four-week moving average for initial claims increased slightly to 266,750, yet still remains near its lowest level since April 2000. Continuing claims for the week ending March 26 rose to 2.191 million from 2.172 million in the prior week.

Separately, total outstanding consumer credit increased by $17.3 billion in February (consensus $14.4 billion) after increasing an upwardly revised $14.8 billion (from $10.5 billion) in January. The growth in February was powered by a $14.3 billion increase in nonrevolving credit. Revolving credit increased by $3.0 billion. In the preceding 12-month period leading up to February, consumer credit had risen by an average of $18.3 billion. In February, consumer credit increased at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.75%.

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Rupee falls drastically
Apr 05,2016

Rupee fell to 66.46/47 per dollar on Tuesday (05 April 2016), versus its previous close of 66.1850/2050 per dollar.

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Rupee closes high
Apr 04,2016

Rupee inched up to close at 66.1850/2050 per dollar on Monday (04 April 2016), versus its previous close of 66.37/38 per dollar on Friday.

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Precious metals rise
Apr 01,2016

Bullion prices ended higher on Thursday, 31 March 2016 at Comex. Gold futures settled higher on Thursday, scoring their best quarterly performance. Bullion has benefited as the Federal Reserves dovish stance on policy has softened the highflying U.S. dollar.

June gold gained $7, or 0.6%, to settle at $1,235.60, after a 0.7% drop on Wednesday. Prices for the most-active contracts saw a monthly gain of less than 0.1%n++the smallest of the year, but gold jumped 16.4% in the first three months of 2016, its strongest quarterly showing since the third quarter of 1986. In other metals trading, May silver gained 25.3 cents, or 1.7%, to $15.464 an ounce, with prices up about 12% for the quarter.

Just this week, Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen re-emphasized the likelihood for only a modest upward adjustment to U.S. interest rates this year, a reaction that remains dependent on signs of sustainable rising inflation. Yellens comments sent the dollar lower. Nonyielding gold tends to move opposite of the dollar.

Economic data will offer clues on the Feds next move. Thursday data showed that U.S. weekly jobless claims rose to the highest level in two months, while Chicagos business barometer for March edged higher. The much-anticipated monthly jobs report is due out Friday.

Initial claims for the week ending 26 March rose by 11,000 to 276,000 (consensus 265,000). Despite the headline increase, the series remains inside a 250,000-300,000 range that has been in effect since July 2014. Including todays release, initial claims have now been below the 300,000 mark for 56 consecutive weeks. There were no special factors influencing the report and the four-week moving average moved up by 3,000 to 263,250. Continuing claims for the week ending 19 March were 2.173 million, down 7,000 from the upwardly revised prior week level of 2.180 million (from 2.179 million). The four-week moving average for the series fell 14,500 to 2.191 million.

Separately, the Chicago Purchasing Managers Index registered a 53.6 reading for March, which was above the consensus estimate of 49.9 and well above the prior month reading of 47.6. Todays reading lifted the index above 50, which is the demarcation line between contraction and expansion in activities.

The March improvement was driven by snapbacks in Production and Employment components of the report. The Production Index spiked to 53.7 from 44.0 while Employment surged to 52.8 from 45.2, reaching its highest level since April 2015. Furthermore, New Orders (to 55.6 from 51.7) and Order Backlogs (to 49.7 from 45.3) also improved, underpinning the headline increase. Despite the improvements, Backlogs remained below 50 to continue a stretch that dates back to January 2015.

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Rupee pares gains as RBI steps in
Mar 31,2016

Rupee closed at 66.25/26 per dollar on Thursday (31 March 2016), versus its previous close of 66.37/39 per dollar. Earlier, the rupee during the days trade session peaked to 66.12 per dollar.

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Call money peaks
Mar 31,2016

Call money rose to its highest to close at 11.95-12.00% on Thursday (31 March 2016), versus its previous close of 06.00-06.10%.

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Rupee keeps momentum going
Mar 30,2016

Rupee closed higher at 66.37/38 per dollar on Wednesday (30 March 2016), versus its previous close of 66.5275/5475 per dollar.

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