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Neha Dasgupta
New Delhi, June 16, 2016
Analysts warn the rupee - already Asia's worst performing currency against the US dollar this year - continues to look vulnerable ahead of September, when dollar term deposits start to mature.

Rajesh Kumar Singh, Neha Dasgupta
New Delhi, May 5, 2016
India is considering setting up an independent panel to help state-owned banks negotiate settlements with big businesses on bad loans, in order to shield bankers from a populist backlash.

Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, January 14, 2016
Earlier in the session, the rupee weakened to as much as 67.2550 to the dollar, a level last seen in September 2013, when the country suffered its worst market turmoil since the 1991 balance of payments crisis.

Neha Dasgupta
January 4, 2016
State-owned banks were spotted selling dollars after the local currency plunged to an over two-week low of 66.50 to the dollar earlier in the session.

Neha Dasgupta and Suvashree Choudhury
New Delhi, December 17, 2015
The RBI was estimated to have sold $500 million to $1 billion on Wednesday to prop up the rupee in the lead-up to the US Federal Reserve meeting.

Rajesh Kumar Singh
New Delhi, December 11, 2015
While the October output figures were bolstered by a favourable statistical base, double-digit growth in the manufacturing sector points to a strengthening industrial recovery.

Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, December 10, 2015
The RBI has traditionally intervened in currency spot markets, and it manages the rupee flows resulting from that intervention through the forwards market.

Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, November 30, 2015
The magnitude of the selling, and the impact on the rupee, raise the stakes for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which is widely expected to hold rates on Tuesday.

Suvashree Dey Choudhury and Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, November 26, 2015
The RBI, while allowing foreigners to buy defaulted bonds, said that the maturity of the bonds should be three years or more. The move is a potential boost to the distressed debt market.

Suvashree Choudhury and Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, November 24, 2015
Offshore units of Nomura, Standard Chartered and Bank of America Merrill Lynch bought about Rs 3,000 crore of the Rs 3,500 crore on offer in October, the first window for foreigners to buy in.

Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, September 18, 2015
The rupee ended at 65.67/68 per dollar from its 66.4550/66.4650, its strongest level since August 20. For the day, the rupee rose 1.2 per cent against the dollar, its biggest daily gain since September 19, 2013.

Neha Dasgupta and Swati Bhat
Mumbai, August 12, 2015
The rupee was trading at 64.8250/8350 per dollar at 10.01 am, after weakening to as much as 64.86, its lowest level since September 2013.

Suvashree Choudhury and Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, July 7, 2015
Commercial bankers say it would be easier to reduce lending rates, as the RBI has urged them to do, if surplus liquidity prevailed for some months.

Neha Dasgupta, Suvashree Dey Choudhury and Devidutta Tripathy
Mumbai , June 8, 2015
Other measures announced on Monday includes allowing lenders to convert debt to equity within 30 days of the review of the company's account.

Neha Dasgupta and Suvashree Dey Choudhury
Mumbai, June 3, 2015
The Reserve Bank of India is not more comfortable over inflation now than it was at its previous policy in April, Governor Raguram Rajan said in a TV interview on Wednesday.

Neha Dasgupta
Mumbai, May 28, 2015
Commercial banks blame the central bank's tight grip on liquidity for keeping the cost of funds high, a claim Governor Raghuram Rajan dismissed as \"nonsense\" at the April policy review.
May 21, 2015
NPCI Chief Executive A.P. Hota said the two sides have signed a memorandum of understanding, but were still working out the details of the tie up.

Neha Dasgupta and Suvashree Choudhury
Mumbai, May 13, 2015
RBI's limited intervention during the rupee's slide to 20-month lows against the dollar shows it welcomes a weaker currency and wants to save ammunition in case volatility worsens.

Neha Dasgupta
May 8, 2015
\"India's external balances are strong relative to peers on some accounts, and can withstand the current outflows, for instance due to the high level of foreign-exchange reserves,\" Thomas Rookmaaker, director at Fitch's Asia-Pacific Sovereign Group, wrote in an email to Reuters.

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