As global central banks embark on a tightening spree, the debate on effect of monetary policy actions of developed economy central banks on emerging market economies is likely to resurface. The US Fed, the ECB (European Central Bank) and…

The Rupee has been stuck in the 64-65 range against USD for some time now. A narrower range within this range has been 64.25-64.75. The realized volatility has been extremely low. The question playing on most market participants’ minds…

With several risk events behind us; and several queued up immediately ahead, it is the right time to take fresh guard. Following are the key takeaways from the recent events. French Election (1st Round): This time around the opinion…

Be prepared for new lessons – IS the Dollar index heading towards 110 and Rupee 71.00 Globally, the year 2016 would go down in history as the one when, world witnessed two landmark political outcomes in two major, developed…

We have seen the central banks, the world over pursuing policies to keep their respective currencies weak in order to stimulate growth by making exports competitive. Central banks have resorted to verbal as well as monetary intervention to prevent…

There have been quite a few factors affecting the action in USD/INR spot and forwards in the last fortnight and are likely to continue to do so a while longer. Firstly, Trump win followed by rise in US yields…

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