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Dead cat bounce for the rupee, but long term weakness still exists
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August 24, 2013: As the Indian Rupee plumbs new depths against the US dollar one wonders how low the INR will go. After briefly going below 65 to the US dollar, the Rupee closed at 63.36 on Friday.

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Why 55-60 to the dollar may be the new normal for rupee
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June 12, 2013: The USDINR pair is expected to hover around 60 level for sometime unless there is sudden surge in the US Dollar index. The INR has been relatively weaker than the the US Dollar index as both have been falling instead of moving inversely.

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Why the rupee is marching to it own gloomy beat
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June 23, 2012 - The rupee ignored inter market correlations to the US Dollar and global equities to make new lows against major currencies, despite the Reserve Bank's resolve to stay firm. The price action of the Rupee shows that the long term secular weakness of the INR cannot be solved by RBI alone, let alone a single monetary policy. 

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Equity bounce depends on dollar fall, copper revival
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June 9, 2012: The dollar rally paused this week as prices hit a previous sell off point reducing the appetite for safe havens, which led to a rally in the equity markets. Unless the Dollar sells off a continuation of the equity rally is in doubt.

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Dollar bears fail to force selloff; it’s not good news for equity
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January 7, 2012: The dollar bears have failed to push the greenback down for nearly three weeks, increasing the prospect of a further rally that does not augur well for equities and the Indian Rupee.

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Dollar rally faces headwinds; may provide strength to equities, commodities
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December 17, 2011: The US Dollar has reached a long term area of resistance which is likely to end the greenback's rally and result in a reversal or a at least a correction.

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