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Latest Rupee Dollar Exchange Rate:
1 USD = 82.8881 INR Feb 28, 2024, 15:48 UTC
Trend Projected for 29 February 2024
Indian rupee is expected to show firm trend, on Thursday 29 February 2024
Target 1 82.74
Target 2 82.60
Stop loss 83.02
India’s forex reserves jump $9.11 bn to $615.97 bn for the week ending December 15
India’s foreign exchange reserves jumped by $9.11 billion to $615.97 billion for the week ending December 15, the latest data by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) showed on Friday.
Previously, forex reserves had expanded by $2.82 billion to $606.86 billion for the week ending on December 8.
According to the Weekly Statistical Supplement released by the RBI, Foreign currency assets (FCAs) expanded by $8.35 billion to $545.05 billion. Expressed in dollar terms, the FCAs include the effect of appreciation or depreciation of non-US units like the euro, pound and yen held in the foreign exchange reserves.
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The United Nations officially recognises 180 currencies worldwide as legal tender. However, popularity and wide usage do not necessarily equate to the value or strength commanded by a currency. The concept of currency strength revolves around the purchasing power of a nation’s currency when exchanged for goods, services, or other currencies.
Currency strength is determined by evaluating the number of goods and services which can be purchased with one unit of the national currency and the amount of foreign currency obtained in exchange. A comprehensive analysis of various local and international factors is necessary to ascertain whether a currency holds the title of the most valuable or expensive in the world. These factors include supply and demand dynamics in the foreign exchange markets, inflation rates, domestic economic growth, the policies implemented by the relevant central bank, and the country’s overall economic stability.
10.United States Dollar (USD)
The currency of the United States of America is USD, or the US Dollar. It is the most widely traded currency globally and holds the position as the primary reserve currency. Despite its popularity, it ranks 10th among the world’s strongest currencies.
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9: Euro (EUR)
The Euro (EUR) is the official currency of the Eurozone, comprising 19 member states of the European Union. It is the second-largest reserve currency and the second-most traded currency worldwide. The euro stands as one of the strongest currencies, holding the 9th position.
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8: Swiss Franc (CHF)
The Swiss Franc (CHF) serves as the currency of Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Known for the stability of its economy, Switzerland is among the world’s wealthiest countries.
7: Cayman Islands Dollar (KYD)
The official currency of the Cayman Islands is the Cayman Islands Dollar (KYD). Although it ranks 7th among the strongest currencies, its value is the 5th highest globally. Initially using the Jamaican Dollar, the Cayman Islands adopted their own currency in 1972.
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6: Gibraltar Pound (GIP)
The Gibraltar Pound (GIP) is the currency of Gibraltar, pegged at par value to the British pound sterling (GBP). As a British overseas territory, Gibraltar depends on sectors like tourism and e-gaming. The GIP holds the 6th position among the strongest currencies.
5: British Pound (GBP)
Great Britain uses the British Pound (GBP), which is also pretty broadly used in other countries and territories. As the world’s 5th strongest currency, it holds a significant place in global finance. London’s status as a financial hub and Britain’s extensive trade activities contribute to the strength of the pound.
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4: Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
The Jordanian Dinar (JOD) has served as the currency of Jordan since it replaced the Palestinian pound in 1950. Jordan’s fixed exchange rates and diversified economy have contributed to the high value of its currency, ranking it as the 4th strongest globally.
3: Omani Rial (OMR)
The Omani Rial (OMR) is the currency of Oman and was introduced after the country ceased using the Indian Rupee as its official currency. As a country with significant oil reserves, Oman’s economy heavily relies on the oil sector. The Omani Rial, which is tied to the US dollar, is the third most valuable currency in the world.
2: Bahraini Dinar (BHD)
The Bahraini Dinar (BHD) serves as the currency of Bahrain, an island nation in the Arabian Gulf heavily reliant on oil exports. The BHD is pegged to the US Dollar and is exclusively used in Bahrain. With a strong expat community, including a significant number of Indians, the BHD holds the position as the second strongest currency globally.
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1: Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)
The highest-valued currency in the world is the Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD). Since it was first introduced in 1960, the Kuwaiti dinar has consistently ranked as the world’s most valuable currency. Kuwait’s economic stability, driven by its oil reserves and tax-free system, contributes to the high demand for its currency. Among Indian expats, the INR to KWD exchange rate is particularly popular.
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The highest-valued currency in the world is the Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD). Since it was first introduced in 1960, the Kuwaiti dinar has consistently ranked as the world’s most valuable currency.
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6 reasons why many analysts expect Indian rupee could head towards 75/USD
Higher the reserves, the more stable the currency. Conclusion: Other factors like unemployment, equity market strength, volatility in crude oil prices, and money supply affect exchange rates. Nonetheless, the INR has several factors aligned in its favor, and as a result, many analysts forecast the INR to strengthen by 2025.