Une erreur est survenue. Détails Cacher
Vos pages ne sont pas sauvegardées. Rétablir Annuler

Since India was under British rule rupee was pegged to pounds. From 1927 to 1966, it was 13 rupees = 1 pound. This was maintained until 1966, when the rupee was devalued and pegged to the U.S. dollar at a rate of 7.5 rupees = 1 dollar. This value lasted until the U.S. dollar devalued in 1971.

Prime Minister

 

Aperçu des données en lien

Real effective exchange rates

Black Monday: Global Markets Snapshot

On Monday (24 August), global financial markets suffered heavy losses. Markets started to show weakness earlier this summer, weighed down by concerns about a slowdown of China's economy and fears of economic contagion from a potential Greek exit. On Monday morning, Chinese government efforts to inject liquidity to support the tumbling market failed. China's Shanghai Composite Stock Index closed the trading session with a record 8.5 percent loss, erasing all gains made since the start of the year. European stocks, commodities, and emerging markets were all quick to follow the Shanghai Index's lead. The free fall was aggravated by...

Real and nominal effective exchange rates by country

Exchange Rates

Historical daily, monthly and annual time series. USD, Euro, Japanese yen, Chinese Yuan and other curencies Changes of exchange rates reflect movements of the currency exchange market, that is the interaction between supply and demand for currency units. Increased demand for national currency unit is caused by an increase in demand for national exported goods and services and leads to appreciation of national currency unit. Thus, exchange rate is an important indicator of international trade. See also: Agriculture | Commodities | Demographics | Economics | Education | Energy | Environment | Exchange Rates | Food Security | Foreign...