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Indian Rupee vs US Dollar Currency Exchange Forecast

Updated on October 19, 2010

Indian Rupee vs US Dollar Exchange Rates

After a long rise in the Indian Rupee, the US Dollar has exploded. But over time the Rupee will continue to be strong.
After a long rise in the Indian Rupee, the US Dollar has exploded. But over time the Rupee will continue to be strong.

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Indian Rupee vs US Dollar Exchange Rates

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The future is clearly in the Indian Rupee. The rupee had an incredible run vs the US dollar from 1999 - 2007. Now we will see the US Dollar continue to gain strength against the Indian Rupee over the next 3-4 years, but with out a doubt the Indian Rupee will be in the end become one of the truly dominant currencies over the next 15-20 years. It will far surpass the Chinese Yuan, although this may come as a surprise, the Indian Rupee and the economy of India will far surpass that of China. An Additional resource for Indian Rupee exchange rate information.

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As China over-controls the value of the Chinese Yuan, the Indian policy makers are slowly introducing the Indian Rupee to an openly traded currency. The India Rupee is already (almost) freely traded in Dubai. Plans for the Rupee to truly trade freely in New York and London are in the works.

Combine the Indian Rupee advantages, than consider that the Indian economy is actually well better positioned than that of the chinese and you will see the advantages of investing in both the SENSEX and the Rupee.

China continues to do the manufacturing for the world, while an educated work force in India are taking the route of higher paid technology jobs. Most high-tech outsourcing continues to move to India and the Rupee.

India's annual industrial output rose more than expected in July, driven by capital goods production, which analysts said signalled continuing investment and underlying economic strength in the face of higher interest rates.

Friday's data showed industrial production rose 7.1 percent in July from a year earlier, beating a forecast of 6.5 percent in a Reuters poll and faster than 5.4 percent in June.

Industrial output is geared mostly to the domestic market, accounting for about a fifth of GDP, and economists were divided on whether it was strong enough to prompt another tightening by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) at a rate review in October.

"Given the recent trend as far as manufacturing prices inflation is concerned there is still scope for RBI to go with that one last hike in October," said Rajeev Malik, head of Indian and ASEAN economics at Macquarie Capital Securities.

The yield on the 10-year benchmark bond fell 2 basis points to 8.25 percent after the data, with the market looking past the data to an auction later in day, while the rupee inched up to 45.7150/7250 per dollar and the main stock index trimmed losses.

The central bank raised interest rates three times in June and July as inflation moved into double digits, taking its main lending rate, the repo rate, to a seven-year high of 9.0 percent.

Annual inflation has moderated from a peak of 12.6 percent in early August to just above 12 percent by the end of that month, and some economists say the central bank may not hike rates again.

"The headwinds to growth have risen and we expect average IIP growth of 6.7 percent in fiscal 2008/09. We do not expect any more repo rate hikes by the Reserve Bank of India," said Sonal Varma, economist at Lehman Brothers.

The Indian Rupee will continue it's long term rise. The Indian economy will be more to content with for the US Dollar than the Chinese Yuan.

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Long Term - Indian Rupee will trade and deliver

Over the next 15 years, we will see the Indian Rupee risenew heights against all of themajor world currencies. The Rupee / Dollar, Rupee vs Euro, and even the Rupee vs Yuan will continue to trade in favor of the Indian Rupee

Indian shares should start sharply higher on Friday, taking cues from world markets on


news the U.S. government is set to design a broad plan to deal


with the toxic bank assets clogging the financial systems.

 Asian stocks rallied and Wall Street had its best day in


six years on Thursday boosted by the likelihood of a more


comprehensive solution to the crisis than the current piecemeal



 "We are going to ape the international movements. Expect a


sharp gap up open," Ambareesh Baliga, vice-president at Karvy


Stock Broking, said.

 He added investor confidence was still weak and markets may


give up some of their gains later in the day, with Europe's


opening keenly watched.

 The 30-share BSE index  rebounded from sharp early


losses and snapped a seven-day losing streak on Thursday,


rising 0.4 percent to 13,315.60. It has lost more than 34


percent so far this year.

 Foreign fund outflows are a worry. Net sales this month


have reached $1.7 billion, taking the total withdrawal to $9


billion this year.

 The annual inflation rate in early September came in above


expectation at 12.14 percent, rising for the first time in four



Bloomberg News, always a great source for Indian Rupee updates.
But clearly the best link for Indian Rupee, US Dollar, and Gold
updates come from www.Rupee.US 

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