Rupee: The rupee’s record fall indicates more economic pain. How does it compare with other emerging markets? - Financial Daily News Site

Rupee: The rupee’s record fall indicates more economic pain. How does it compare with other emerging markets?

Concept by Muhabit ul haq

Synopsis

On June 13, the rupee fell below 78.29 to a dollar — a fresh all-time low. The INR78-level breach indicates more pain ahead. Better forex reserves and rising tax collections may provide a cushion. But all of this depends on when the global inflation momentum halts and the interest-rate cycle peaks. Central banks are in the thick of the action.

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