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4TH YR. IMBA, UTKAL UNIVERSITY, BBSR, ODISHA, INDIA.
CONTENTS 
1. Introduction 
2. Reasons for rupee depreciation 
3. Impacts of rupee depreciation 
4. Rupee's journey since i...
INTRODUCTION 
DOLLAR: 
After second world war , 
America was one of the 
country which had good 
economic conditions durin...
RUPEE: 
The basic monetary unit of 
India. In 1991 we opened our 
economic system for foreign 
companies and made fixed 
e...
IMPACTS OF RUPEE DEPRICIATION 
1. Increase in Import Bill 
2. Higher Inflation 
3. Direct Impact on Consumers 
4. Overseas...
REASONS FOR RUPEE 
DEPRICIATION 
1. Price of crude oil 
2. Performance of dollar 
with respect to other 
currencies
3.Volatility in the equity 
market 
4. Speculative Trading 
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5. Contraction of Indian 
economy 
6. Low Forex Reserves 
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RUPEE'S JOURNEY SINCE 
INDEPENDENCE 
• The Dollar-Rupee parity of 1947 
• Devaluation during the high inflation period of ...
RUPEE'S JOURNEY 1947-2014 
YEAR EXCHANGE RATE 
INR/USD 
1947 1 
1975 10.4 
1990 17.5 
1995 32.4 
2000 45 
2006 48.3 
2007 ...
CONCLUSION 
The rupee’s decline affects everyone in the economy because 
it feeds directly and indirectly into general inf...
Indian rupees vs us dollar
Indian rupees vs us dollar
Indian rupees vs us dollar
Indian rupees vs us dollar
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  1. 1. 4TH YR. IMBA, UTKAL UNIVERSITY, BBSR, ODISHA, INDIA.
  2. 2. CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Reasons for rupee depreciation 3. Impacts of rupee depreciation 4. Rupee's journey since independence 5. Charts & graphs 6. Conclusion
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION DOLLAR: After second world war , America was one of the country which had good economic conditions during that time America had gold stock of 25 billion dollar. Therefore dollar was considered as global currency.
  4. 4. RUPEE: The basic monetary unit of India. In 1991 we opened our economic system for foreign companies and made fixed exchange rate on the basis of demand and supply of dollar.
  5. 5. IMPACTS OF RUPEE DEPRICIATION 1. Increase in Import Bill 2. Higher Inflation 3. Direct Impact on Consumers 4. Overseas Indians 5. Positive impact on mutual fund investors 6. Capital Account Deficit 7. Higher burden of Debt for Companies & Govt. 8. Slowdown of Growth and Unemployment 9. Volatile domestic equity market 10. Exporters
  6. 6. REASONS FOR RUPEE DEPRICIATION 1. Price of crude oil 2. Performance of dollar with respect to other currencies
  7. 7. 3.Volatility in the equity market 4. Speculative Trading copyright protected@pn
  8. 8. 5. Contraction of Indian economy 6. Low Forex Reserves copyright protected@pn
  9. 9. RUPEE'S JOURNEY SINCE INDEPENDENCE • The Dollar-Rupee parity of 1947 • Devaluation during the high inflation period of 1970s • The strong dollar period of 1980s • Devaluation after the economic liberalization of 1991 • Present situation copyright protected@pn
  10. 10. RUPEE'S JOURNEY 1947-2014 YEAR EXCHANGE RATE INR/USD 1947 1 1975 10.4 1990 17.5 1995 32.4 2000 45 2006 48.3 2007 38.5 2008 48.9 2009 46.4 2011 55.3 2012 57.2 2013 61.2 2014 61.5
  11. 11. CONCLUSION The rupee’s decline affects everyone in the economy because it feeds directly and indirectly into general inflation, which is a continuing problem even as output growth decelerates and therefore hits common people hard. Depreciation in rupee is not a permanent phenomenon but it is due to various reasons, some of which are stated above. Since there are various internal as well as external reasons behind this situation, it is not always easy to make situation better in a blink of eye. It takes time to bring back the situation to the normal state. The RBI and other government agencies are doing their best to tackle this situation.

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