1. Rupee Opens Higher At 71  Goodreturns
  2. Rupee opens 47 paise up at 70.93 against dollar  Economic Times
  3. Rupee becomes Asia’s worst performer, poses risk to bond investors  ThePrint
  4. Foreign Investors Face Wipeout As Rupee Becomes Asia's Worst Performer  NDTV News
  5. Carry Bets May Go Awry as Rupee Becomes Asia's Worst Performer  Bloomberg
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Rupee in Wednesdays trade opened higher by 39 paise at 71 after setting at 71.39 per US dollar in the previous session.The rupee came under pressure on Tuesday and slumped to a 6-month low of 71.40 against the greenback as emerging market currency Argentinian Peso and battered equities market world over unnerved inRupee in Wednesdays trade opened higher by 39 paise at 71 after setting at 71.39 per US dollar in the previous session.The rupee came under pressure on Tuesday and slumped to a 6-month low of 71.40 against the greenback as emerging market currency Argentinian Peso and battered equities market world over unnerved in

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Any sell-off in foreign holdings of Indian corporate and government bonds may set off a spin which weakens the currency further.Any sell-off in foreign holdings of Indian corporate and government bonds may set off a spin which weakens the currency further.

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Any sell-off in foreign holdings of Indian corporate and government bonds may set off a spin which weakens the rupee further.The surge in inbound investments into rupee bonds was largely driven by carry tradesAny sell-off in foreign holdings of Indian corporate and government bonds may set off a spin which weakens the rupee further.The surge in inbound investments into rupee bonds was largely driven by carry trades

Rupee becomes Asia's worst performer, carry bets may go awry

A selloff in foreign holdings of Indian corporate and government bonds could weaken the currency and worsen the situation.A selloff in foreign holdings of Indian corporate and government bonds could weaken the currency and worsen the situation.

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Rupee plunged 62 paise on Tuesday to close at a nearly six-month low of 71.40 against the US dollar.Rupee plunged 62 paise on Tuesday to close at a nearly six-month low of 71.40 against the US dollar.

Indian rupee: Rupee opens 47 paise up at 70.93 against dollar - The Economic Times

Rupee plunged 62 paise on Tuesday to close at a nearly six-month low of 71.40 against the US dollar.

Indian rupee: Rupee opens 47 paise up at 70.93 against dollar - The Economic Times

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Read more about Rupee settles at six-month low of 71.40 over global risk-off sentiment on Business Standard. The rupee's fall, though, was the sharpest in the region, followed by the Indonesian rupiyah, which lost 0.52 per centThe rupee's fall, though, was the sharpest in the region, followed by the Indonesian rupiyah, which lost 0.52 per cent

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