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Indian Foreign Exchange Market: Crude Oil price fluctuation and Foreign Exchange Volatility

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Indian Foreign Exchange Market: Crude Oil price fluctuation and Foreign Exchange Volatility

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  • 1. Indian Foreign Exchange Market
  • 2. Presenting Contents • • • • • Indian Foreign Exchange Market Determinants of Exchange Rates Forex Volatility Crude Oil Why India?
  • 3. Indian Foreign Exchange Market  Regulated by the Reserve Bank of India through the Exchange Control Department  Annual turnover - $400 billion  Main centre - Mumbai  Other centres - Kolkata, New Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Pondicherry and Cochin  Regulated by the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 or FEMA  Until 1973 - Foreign Exchange Regulation Act ,1947 or FERA  Until 1999 - Foreign Exchange Regulation Act,1973 and gradually, this act became as FEMA
  • 4. Determinants of Exchange Rates • • • • • • • Balance of trade External Dept Terms of Trade Inflation Interest Rates Govt. Dept to GDP IND Govt. External Debt
  • 5. Determinants of Exchange Rates - Balance of trade
  • 6. Determinants of Exchange Rates - External Dept
  • 7. Determinants of Exchange Rates – Terms of Trade
  • 8. Determinants of Exchange Rates - Inflation
  • 9. Determinants of Exchange Rates- Interest Rates
  • 10. Determinants of Exchange Rates- Govt. Dept to GDP
  • 11. Determinants of Exchange Rates – IND Govt. External Debt
  • 12. Determinants of Exchange Rates – Balance of Trade Comparison
  • 13. Forex Volatility • Theoritical Understanding • Exchange Rate: INR_USD & INR_GBP • Volatility Comparison
  • 14. Forex Volatility – Theoritical Understanding • Devaluation and Revaluation Devaluation refers to a purposeful or even premeditated decline in value of a currency in relation to other currencies. Most of the time, these devaluations are demanded by government entities. • Depreciation and Appreciation There are also occasions when the value of a foreign currency changes due to market fluctuation rather than through purposeful intervention by a government's central bank. When these occur, they are described as the currency either appreciating or depreciating.
  • 15. Forex Volatility – INR_USD & INR_GBP
  • 16. Forex Volatility - Comparison
  • 17. Crude Oil • Demand • Price Fluctuation
  • 18. Crude Oil - Demand
  • 19. Crude Oil – Price Fluctuation
  • 20. Should we consider India?
  • 21. Why India? • Indian GDP • Present Ranking • Estimated Ranking
  • 22. Why India? - Indian GDP
  • 23. Why India? - Present Ranking
  • 24. Why India? – Estimated Ranking
  • 25. We thank you -