Why dollar is moving up and rupee is going down?

  1. pankaj3625 profile image74
    pankaj3625posted 9 years ago

    Why dollar is moving up and rupee is going down?

    There has been a recent fall in rupee since some days ago, even two days ago, it was 49.50, then 47.50, 47.10, and now 46.92. Why is this happening?

  2. soni2006 profile image78
    soni2006posted 9 years ago

    Raising petrol, onion prices, degrading value of rupee, dollar up rupee down despite corrective measures by govt but still many people don't know why this happened, let us find out why dollar up.... read more

  3. freelanceworld profile image60
    freelanceworldposted 9 years ago

    Well one needs to understand here what is "Up" and "Down". many people dont really understand that.

    If Rs is 50 per 1 USD (also depicted as USD:RS::50:1 or USD/RS - 50:1  or simply USD/RS - 50)
    & then
    Rs moves to 45 per 1 USD ( Simply USD/RS - 45),
    That does mean rupee is falling in its value..!
    That means Rupee  actually is Appreciating against dollar/Strengthening i.e Initially 50 RS had power to buy 1USD but now even 45 RS can buy 1USD

    So if rupee is falling, that means RS is strengthening against weakening USD
    Thats how other currencies are also valued

    As regard recession,
    USD is the only currency right now which people buy(strengthen it) and sell others(make then weak)
    when recession fears deepen or there is bad news around (just like Swine flu news few days back)

    RS fell to all time weakness of  some 51+ just a while back....bcoz of same fears
    Other currencies also fell. & USD was strengthened

    Now some fears have been allayed and some are saying recession is over, so thats why minor currencies have again started appreciating and so is rupee.

    Hope you got the idea at least.
    Regards

 
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