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INDIAN RUPEE V/S

U.S DOLLAR
APPRECIATION OF RUPEE

Appreciation of
Rupee means
that there is
increase in the
value of Rupee in
global market or
in simple terms
rupee has
become stronger
DEPRICIATION OF RUPEE
Depreciation of
Rupee means
that there is
reduction in the
value of Rupee in
global market or
the rupee has
become weaker
than before in
IMPACT OF APPRECIATION
1.GOOD FOR IMPORTERS – If we
are importing something and
dealing in $, we have to pay less
in terms of rupees. It means its
value has increased.

2. HURTS THE EXPORTERS –If


Indian company is exporting
something, then it will receive
less from the foreign country.
IMPACT OF DEPRICIATION OF
RUPEE
 GOOD FOR EXPORTERS – It is
good for the exporters in the
sense that when they will
receive money as the
proceedings, they will receive
more than before in terms of
rupee.
 IT HURTS IMPORTERS – If an
Indian company is importing
and the rupee is depreciating,
then it will hurt the company as
EXCHANGE RATES
 The exchange rates (also
known as the foreign-
exchange rate, forex rate or
FX rate) between two
currencies specifies how
much one currency is worth in
terms of the other.
 The spot exchange rate refers
to the current exchange rate.
The forward exchange rate
refers to an exchange rate
EXCHANGE RATES
 GRAPH SHOWING EXCHANGE RATE OF USD
INTO INR.
WHY RUPEE NEEDS TO
APPRECIATE
1.To control Inflation
2.To reduce production cost
3.Reduced foreign Debt
4.Cheaper imported goods /
Import based foreign
investment
WHY RUPEE NEEDS TO
DEPRECIATE

1.Forex Reserve
2.Major export dependent
industries
3.A measure against Job
Losses
PRESENTED BY :
ANURUP SRIVASTAVA PG 08013
MEENAKSHI SAXENA PG 08049
NEHA SAXENA PG
08055
ABHISHEK GUPTA PG 08002