Fixed Income And Currency Market
19 Jun 2022
The INR touched record lows against the USD last week on the back of a selloff in equities on worries of stagflation/recession in the US given a flat UST yield curve. INR is likely to touch Rs 80 to the USD on continued sell off in equities.
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