How will Indian rupee carry out towards UAE dirham in 2022? – Information


Rupee seen buying and selling between 20 and 21 versus dirham this yr



PTI file

PTI file

Revealed: Tue 1 Mar 2022, 10:12 AM

The Indian rupee is predicted to commerce within the vary of 20 and 21 towards the UAE dirham within the first half of this yr, says Hasan Fardan, chief govt officer of Al Fardan Trade.

The rupee was buying and selling at 20.5 towards the Emirati dirham or 75.3 versus the US greenback on Tuesday. The Indian markets have been closed on March 1 on account of Mahashivratri.

Fardan additionally expects remittances from UAE to the Indian hall will improve by round 20 per cent this yr.

“The Indian rupee is predicted to commerce within the vary of 73.50 -77.00 towards greenback and 20.01 to twenty.96 versus dirham within the first half of 2022. India has the fourth-largest foreign exchange reserve of round $635 billion. With the worldwide economies slowly coming again to normalcy, exports are anticipated to extend commerce deficits ensuing from the discount of imports,” added Fardan.

He identified that one main concern for rising markets, together with the rupee depreciation, is the anticipated rate of interest hikes by the US Federal Reserve this yr. “If the rates of interest are elevated greater than thrice by Fed, funds can move again to the US shares from the Indian markets.”

He mentioned many different elements will affect the rupee within the coming months together with crude costs, FDI flows, coverage selections by the Indian and international central banks, the Covid-19 pandemic and state election outcomes.

In 2022, he mentioned there was an general pure downtrend within the Indian remittance move because the rupee will get stronger in comparison with final yr. “We anticipate a 20 per cent development within the Indian hall within the yr 2022, as we bounce again and see a internet constructive migration into the UAE.”

In keeping with World Financial institution information, India, the world’s largest recipient of remittances, obtained $87 billion in 2021 with the US being the largest supply, accounting for over 20 per cent of those funds.

waheedabbas@khaleejtimes.com



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