Why does value of Indian rupee drop against dollar?
Asked by Joseph Chacko, 26 Sep '11 07:31 pm
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Because countries are investing in gold and the gold can be bought only in dollar and hence the dollar demand has risen the value of dollar and INR looks to fallAnswered by Iqbal Seth, 26 Sep '11 07:32 pm
Our inflation rate is high, growth is stunted now.Answered by mandook, 26 Sep '11 07:46 pm
Your economy is volatile, the most simple reason. Is your GDP/GNP Falling? If so why?
Source: siachenAnswered by Siachen, 26 Sep '11 07:43 pm
As an nri my salary up by rs 7000Answered by HEERA, 26 Sep '11 07:43 pm