US Dollar to Indian Rupee Exchange Rate

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    US Dollar to the Indian Rupee for the last 10 days

    Dec 05 Dec 06 Dec 07 Dec 08 Dec 09 Dec 10 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 13 Dec 14
    1 USD = 71.2399 Inverse: 0.0140 71.2970 Inverse: 0.0140 71.2970 Inverse: 0.0140 71.2929 Inverse: 0.0140 70.9702 Inverse: 0.0141 70.8323 Inverse: 0.0141 70.7393 Inverse: 0.0141 70.5700 Inverse: 0.0142 70.6895 Inverse: 0.0141 70.6895 Inverse: 0.0141

    US Dollar to the Indian Rupee for the last 10 months

    Feb 13 Mar 16 Apr 16 May 17 Jun 17 Jul 18 Aug 18 Sep 18 Oct 19 Nov 19
    1 USD = 70.8751 Inverse: 0.0141 68.9630 Inverse: 0.0145 69.5309 Inverse: 0.0144 70.3480 Inverse: 0.0142 69.8835 Inverse: 0.0143 68.8607 Inverse: 0.0145 71.1439 Inverse: 0.0141 71.1849 Inverse: 0.0140 71.0905 Inverse: 0.0141 71.8610 Inverse: 0.0139

    US Dollar to the Indian Rupee for the last 10 years

    Dec 2009 Dec 2010 Dec 2011 Dec 2012 Dec 2013 Dec 2014 Dec 2015 Dec 2016 Dec 2017 Dec 2018
    1 USD = 46.6656 Inverse: 0.0214 44.9494 Inverse: 0.0222 53.9101 Inverse: 0.0185 54.3398 Inverse: 0.0184 62.0742 Inverse: 0.0161 62.5449 Inverse: 0.0160 67.0814 Inverse: 0.0149 67.4134 Inverse: 0.0148 64.5600 Inverse: 0.0155 71.8400 Inverse: 0.0139

    Forecast rates for USD to INR

    Month $1 USD =
    January, 2020 ₹69.94
    February, 2020 ₹69.69
    March, 2020 ₹69.42
    April, 2020 ₹69.15
    May, 2020 ₹68.90
    June, 2020 ₹68.65
    July, 2020 ₹68.39
    August, 2020 ₹68.15

    Rate prediction methodology and disclaimer

    Forecast rates are our best estimate of average exchange rates over the next 11 months. We base these rates on an analysis of current and historical Wall Street prices of related financial instruments and historical exchange rates for this currency pair.

    If details are missing, it means that we didn’t have sufficient data to make a forecast.

    These rates are educated expectations only, not financial advice. Talk with a professional before any important financial decision.

    Today’s market rate for common transfer amounts USD to INR

    US Dollars (USD) Indian Rupee (INR)
    $1 0
    $100 0
    $500 0
    $1000 0
    $1500 0
    $2500 0
    $5000 0

    How does the US dollar trade against the Indian rupee historically?

    Over the last two decades, barring a few exceptions, the USD has continued to rise in value when compared to the INR. Post-liberalization in 1993 dropped the rupee further and left it trading at INR 42 to the USD. The USD to INR exchange rate hovered in between INR 42 and INR 49 from August 1998 to May 2007.

    The American subprime mortgage crisis resulted in the USD losing value against most currencies, and by October 2007 the value of the USD dropped to INR 39.36. The crisis was not isolated to the US, and affected other currencies as well. In March 2009, the USD valued at INR 51.13, a then historic high.

    Until mid 2011 the USD valued in between INR 44 and INR 50. It then began increasing in value quickly. It is during this time that investors became aware of investing in BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China), and in 2013 the US Federal Reserve announced its plan of reducing purchases of foreign bonds. While this never really happened, the announcement lead to investors withdrawing from emerging economies like India.

    By September 2013 the USD increased in value to INR 63.64. Between 2013 and mid 2014 the USD lost a little ground, mainly because of a new government in India and continuation of the US Federal stimulus program. The USD recovered and gained against all major currencies at the end of 2014, a first since the turn of the century. In recent times, value of the USD has hovered in between INR 64 and INR 66.

    US Dollar

    The US dollar is the most traded currency in the world. The world’s unofficial reserve currency, it can be found in most major currency pairs. In forex, it’s an important benchmark and target rate for countries that fix or peg their currencies against its value. It is also used as the standard currency for oil, precious metals and other commodities.
    Currency:US Dollar
    Currency Symbol:$
    Sub unit:cents
    Sub unit symbol:c
    Bank notes:$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
    Coins:1c, 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c

    Indian Rupee

    The rupee is the official currency of India, the seventh-largest economy measured by GDP and the fastest growing economy in the world. Banknotes display 15 languages, including Bengali, Kashmiri, Punjabi and Sanskrit. While many think that the rupee is made of paper, it’s actually composed of cotton and rag.
    Currency:Indian Rupee
    Currency Symbol:
    Sub unit:paisa
    Sub unit symbol:p
    Bank notes:₹1, ₹2, ₹5, ₹10, ₹20, ₹50, ₹100, ₹500, ₹2000
    Coins:50 paise, ₹1, ₹2, ₹5, ₹10

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      AshvinAugust 14, 2018

      Possibility of exchange rate of usd to inr for the next ten days.

      • Avatarfinder Customer Care
        johnbasanesAugust 14, 2018Staff

        Hi Ashvin,

        Thank you for leaving a question.

        It is hard to forecast how the exchange rate may be in the next days due to these factors:

        1. Inflation
        2. Interest Rate
        3. Public Debt
        4. Political Stability and Economic Performance
        5. Terms of Trade
        6. Currency account Deficit
        7. Recession
        8. Speculation

        These factors determine the exchange rate fluctuations. If you send or receive money frequently, being up-to-date on these factors will help you better evaluate the optimal time for international money transfer. Hope this helps!


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