All stories by Neha Dasgupta
Banks still resisting rate cuts as liquidity row with RBI drags onRediff.com25 May 2016
These cash shortages increase banks' funding costs, making it harder for them to lower lending rates
Rajan says taking steps to 'firewall' the economyRediff.com13 May 2016
In 2013, India suffered its worst currency crisis in more than two decades but has regained the confidence of foreign investors in part after its current account deficit has narrowed sharply and its foreign exchange reserves hit a record high
Forex reserves surge to record high of $360 bnRediff.com9 Apr 2016
The surge is a stark turnaround from 2013 when the country's current account gap hit a record high due to outflows on expectations the US Fed would rein in its stimulus programme
Rupee posts biggest gain vs dollar in 2 yearsRediff.com18 Sep 2015
Forex market was closed on Thursday on account of Ganesh Chaturthi.
India's Jan-March CAD narrows to 0.2% of GDPRediff.com10 Jun 2015
Balance of payment stood at a surplus of $30.1 billion during January-March
Rajan says India must avoid 'layers' of checksRediff.com20 Feb 2015
India needed more specialists within government
Rupee falls 31 paise to 10-month low of 62.33Rediff.com11 Dec 2014
The Reserve Bank of India sold dollars via state-owned banks around 62.3575 per dollar to contain the rupee's fall, traders said.
Rupee rebounds from 9-month low to end at 61.94Rediff.com20 Nov 2014
In the offshore non-deliverable forwards, the one-month contract was at 62.26/36, while the three-month was at 62.83/93.
Rupee closes higher on robust foreign inflowsRediff.com31 Oct 2014
Foreign investors have bought around $2.4 billion in both debt and equity so far in October, pushing the total inflows to nearly $36 billion so far in the year.
Rupee weakens in line with Asia as Fed seen hawkishRediff.com30 Oct 2014
The partially convertible rupee closed at 61.45/46 per dollar, weaker from Wednesday's 61.35/36.
Rupee ends a tad weaker ahead of Fed meet outcomeRediff.com29 Oct 2014
In the offshore non-deliverable forwards, the one-month contract was at 61.56/66, while the three-month contract was at 62.16/26.
Rupee ends almost flat on Asian cuesRediff.com22 Sep 2014
The rupee appreciated by three paise to close at one-week high of 60.81 against the US dollar in the previous session on sustained dollar selling by exporters and capital inflows.
RBI will continue to limit India's reliance on foreign debt: RajanRediff.com16 Sep 2014
Rajan also said the RBI had reduced the current account deficit "substantially".
Rajan explains why the govt needs to deregulate diesel pricesRediff.com15 Sep 2014
India's macroeconomic indicators are improving and inflation has been coming down consistent with the central bank's forecast, but Asia's third-largest economy needs investment growth to pick up, he added.
Rupee dips as shares remain under pressureRediff.com14 Jul 2014
The rupee bounced back by 26 paise to end at 59.93 against the American currency on Friday as exporters and some banks sold dollars.
Rupee tanks 36 paise against USD as Iraq crisis worsensRediff.com18 Jun 2014
The rupee had revisited the near 2-month low of 60.55 per dollar earlier in the session.
India is better placed to deal with external uncertainties: RBIRediff.com17 Jun 2014
The rupee had closed at 60.1550/1650 per dollar on Monday.
Rupee hits 11-month high before RBI steps inRediff.com23 May 2014
Increased selling of the dollar by banks and exporters amid sustained foreign capital inflows supported the rupee.
Rupee may test 57/USD in 3 months: JP MorganRediff.com23 May 2014
The bank adds it expects Modi to fight inflation through administrative measure
Rupee sees biggest single-day rise in a weekRediff.com22 May 2014
A higher opening in the domestic equity market also supported the rupee but dollar's gain against other currencies overseas limited the rise of domestic unit, forex dealers said.