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  • Indische Rupie auf Rekordtief

    Lief gerade über die Ticker...

    Mit Währungen zu spekulieren ist zur Zeit wirklich recht interessant und kann sich mit einem glücklichen Händchen sogesehen auch wirklich lohnen...

    The rupee touched a new low of 72.74 against the dollar and as rising crude oil prices and a wider current account deficit continue to weigh on the local currency. Tracking weakness in the currency, bond yields rose to their highest in four years.
    The Indian currency opened 0.2 percent higher at 72.30 a dollar, after weakening nearly 1 percent yesterday. But it failed to sustain strength and fell 28 paise over its previous closing of 72.45.
    Bond prices fell amid worries over higher current account deficit. The 10-year yield stood at 8.182 percent compared with yesterday’s close of 8.158 percent.
    India’s current account deficit widened to 2.4 percent of the gross domestic product in April-June from 1.9 percent in the previous quarter, according to the RBI data released Friday. That was mainly due to a higher trade deficit because of rising fuel prices.
    The dollar inched higher against a basket of currencies following robust U.S. August jobs data and amid fears of a potentially major escalation in the China-U.S. trade conflict.
    The rupee is expected to end the year at 70 a dollar, according to the median estimate of analysts in a Bloomberg survey. Traders remain cautious ahead of the release of key consumer price inflation data tomorrow. The Indian currency, which has fallen 12 percent so far this year, is the worst performer in Asia.
    “We have seen the RBI intervening successfully between 69-70 levels after July’s trade deficit came in at $18 billion,” Prasanna Balachander, group executive, head-global markets & proprietary trading group at ICICI Bank Ltd., said. “They have in fact used up $15 billion while intervening in spot and forward currency markets. However, post that RBI intervening slowed down.”
    RBI can afford to be aggressive in the spot markets by selling dollar, given $400 billion of forex reserves, he said.
    The Indian government is also considering a plan to tap its citizens overseas, Bloomberg had reported citing a government official. A similar deposit scheme for non-resident Indians had helped draw inflows in 2013 when the rupee plunged after the taper tantrum.
    Apart from such a scheme, the RBI can bring out a separate dollar window for oil companies “so that regular market forces don’t get impacted due to oil dollar demand”, said Balachander.

  • #2
    Danke für den Beitrag! Die Währung hatte ich ja wirklich überhaupt gar nicht auf dem Schirm. Das ist ja schon fast eine historische Einsteigsmöglichkeit.

    Nun stellt sich bloß die Frage wo man die Währung handeln kann. Ich befürchte, dass ich bei meinen Brokern mit Live Konto (XM, JFD, IG und DeGiro) nicht fündig werde. Aber ich schaue am besten gleich einmal nach.

    Wo wir schon gerade bei Rekordtief sind: Was hältst du vom ägyptischen Pfund?

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    • #3
      Das hatte ich gar nicht im Auge...
      werde mir die ägyptischen Pfund auch gleich noch mit ansehen danke Martin.

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