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Why the RBI shouldn’t prop up the rupee for now

15 January, 2016

The rupee slumped again on Friday to its lowest level in nearly 28 months, as mounting concerns over the health of the global economy led investors to pull money out of Indian stoc ....

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Why the RBI shouldn’t prop up the rupee for now

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