• Indian Economy
    the Bank of England to raise a temporary loan of $405 million jointly from the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan. Simultaneously, the devaluation of the rupee was accompanied by significant changes in the external trade regime. A process of establishing a more liberalized trade regime was set in...
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  • Hello World
    disastrous for the rupee value against dollar currency. The same time last month (22-Aug-2011), rupee value against dollar was 44.5 – 45.0 range, at this time of writing this article it is hovered to the range of 49.0 – 50.0. It is expected to raise further which would result in weakening the rupee value against...
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  • India's Forex Growth Story
    of a country with huge forex reserves in spite of running CAD in most years. This can be attributed to the currency upheaval of Brazilian Real. The rupee, on the other hand has only tended to strengthen against other currencies. The large surplus on ‘services account’ puts India at par with the US...
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  • Petrol Prices
    government to control the devaluation of rupee . Petrol is purchased from international market in US dollars. Even thought the prices of petrol in International market are currently constant , the cost to import it has increased. Oil Minister Jaipal reddy quoted “If we lose one rupee against US dollar , our...
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  • Foreign Exchange Market
    severe import and foreign exchange controls and a thriving black market is being replaced with a less regulated, “market driven” arrangement. While the rupee is still far from being “fully floating” (many studies indicate that the effective pegging is no less marked after the reforms than before), the nature...
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  • Dollar vs Rupee (Info)
    PTI Dec 16, 2012, 10.40AM IST Rupee may breach 55-mark again vs dollar by year-end: Experts NEW DELHI: Continuing its volatile path, the rupee is likely to breach the 55-mark again before this year-end against the dollar due to demand for the US currency from banks, oil importers and withdrawals...
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  • Forex
    "square" or "near square" position was to be complied with only at the close of business each day. During the period 1975-1992, the exchange rate of rupee was officially determined by the RBI in terms of a weighted basket of currencies of India’s major trading partners and there were significant restrictions...
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  • Important Document
    British India” was accepted for MSc ( Economics) degree by the University of London. Again in March 1923, he submitted the thesis “The Problem of the Rupee: Its Origin and its Solution” for which he received the degree of Dsc from London School of Economics. Ambedkar’s economic philosophy is expressed in...
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  • Export Promotion Measures
    of non-traditional exports. The second sub-period in Phase I starts with the devaluation of rupee by 36.5 per cent in terms of gold in June 1965. The government expressed the hope that the devaluation would lead to expansion in export earnings as Indian goods would now be cheaper in international...
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  • effects of economic policy in india
    this has become possible by various policy initiatives taken by the Govt. For instance, devaluation of rupee in June 1991 was intended to do away with the artificially controlled overvalued exchange rate of the rupee. 4. Market Friendly State: The role of the state is one that is confined to selected...
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  • Real Exchange Rate Stabilisation and Managed Floating: Exchange Rate Policy in
    countries that switch from fixed to floating exchange rate regimes typically experience a rise in exchange rate volatility. The floating of the rupee has also been accompanied by a rise in the frequency and scale of intervention by the central bank in the foreign exchange market. These features...
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  • Exchange Rates - IB Economics
    US Dollar   per Indian Rupee 0.491594 Pound per Indian Rupee Appreciation of Currency Currency Appreciation means that the given currency has become more valuable with respect to another currency. For example if the rupee appreciates it means that rupee has become more valuable...
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  • Forex in India
    situated outside India. | THE WAY AHEAD With the passage of time, India‟s exchange rate policies will continue to evolve. The policy of managing the Rupee-US Dollar exchange rate is likely to continue for some time to come. However, over time as the Euro gains in importance, it will probably be become...
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  • Zia History and Role in Pakistan Development
    Policies 5 Industrial Sector 5 Price trends 6 Soviet Union Invasion Helps Pakistan 6 Riba Elimination 7 REREGULATION AND LIBERALIZATION 7 Devaluation to support Export 8 Foreign Remittances 8 Balance of Payment 9 CRITICISIMS 12 Appendix 13 ------------------------------------------------- ...
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  • Monetary Economics
    THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA A RESEARCH PROPOSAL ON THE TOPIC Factors influencing Tanzania devaluation policy in its international trade BY NYERERE, LAZARO – T/UDOM/2010/03542 Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION 2 1.1. Background Information 2 1.2. Statement of the Problem 3 1.3. Justification...
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  • Rs. Dollar
    Comparison of Dollar with Rupees Rupee declines against dollar The rupee depreciated by 13 paise against the dollar today, as the American currency strengthened against other major currencies. In the early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, the domestic unit was trading at Rs...
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  • Faq for Business Finance
    time is mainly due to increase in the prices of furnace oil and gas, and devaluation of the Pak Rupee. The table below depicts a 603% rise in furnace oil prices, a 216% increase in gas prices, and a 34% devaluation of the Pak Rupee against the US Dollar during the last ten years.   | 2001 | 2011 | %age...
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  • Efe Matrix
    1. | Constantly growing circular debt | 0.15 | 2 | 0.30 | 2. | Unreliable sources of supply (Refineries) | 0.05 | 2 | 0.10 | 3. | Devaluation of Pakistani Rupee | 0.05 | 3 | 0.15 | 4. | Decline in consumption of White Oil Products | 0.10 | 3 | 0.30 | 5. | Fluctuation of oil prices in international...
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  • Macro
    economic stability in its territory to mount the slope of growth. Pakistan unfortunately has been experiencing huge stresses due to stunning devaluation of rupee, imbalance of payments, escalating food and non food inflation, and scarcity of fundamental needs like electricity yielding a sliding macroeconomic...
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  • Moral Dillema
    Executive Summary 3 Introduction 4 Pre-Crisis 5 Decade of Comfort - 1970s 5 Decade of 1980s 5 Crisis 7 Short Term Measures 9 Devaluation of the Indian Rupee 9 The IMF Program 9 New exchange rate regime 9 Liberalization 9 Long Term Reforms 10 Restructuring of Financial Sector 10 Banking...
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