Fixed Income And Currency Market

24 Jul 2022

INR falls past 80 a USD; RBI says it has zero tolerance for INR volatility

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USD fell last week as the European Central Bank raised interest rates more than expected on Thursday as concerns about runaway inflation trumped worries about growth. INR ended the week marginally higher, helped by falling oil prices and RBI intervention.

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