In this video we will learn what is Rupee appreciation and depreciation. It is also referred to as currency devaluation and revaluation. You must have read it in the newspaper that rupee has become stronger or weaker or crashed or gained some points against the American dollar. All of this simply means that the value of rupee has either increased or decreased against the American Dollar. This topic is part of Macroeconomics. Currency Appreciation & Depreciation has a huge affect on a nation's economy. It drives Foreign Direct Investment FDI, increases foreign reserves and it also affects a country's import and export.
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I found another glitch around 4.00, if rupee value is less, say it is 65.81 we shod be getting around 1.5 dollars, and if it is 50, we should be getting around 2 dollars for 100 rupees In that case if an investor is investing when it is 65.81, then we should be getting only less dollar compared to when it is 50. Then how come when rupee is less valued we can have more dollar reserve?
sir, i guess during the time of depreciation the FDI and FII goes up as with one dollar they can have more rupee. Another point, isn't it the other way that depriciation increases the FDI which in turn creates a demand for indian rupee and again causes appriciation.?
But same question amit ji,
Import - export things are understood well, but
Why will a foreigner invest when rupee appreciates ( at 3:45 )
Please explain, even many of your viewers have asked the same question and not being answered yet.
Hope u will reply soon .😊
can please any one elaborate why foreign investors prefer rupee appreciating trend to invest in India? or why they prefer buying appreciated rupee in comparison with depreciated rupee, where they could buy more rupees for few dollars?
when our indian economy is good our rupee gets stronger and one invested when 1$= 63.81let yesterday and i invested 1$= 63.51 today and when economy is weak rupee depreciates and let became 65. you will be profited 1.19rs and i will be profited 1.49rs.
this might be the reason. hope this helps.
+aatif hussain Just as you would buy a stock which has less value knowing it would increase in future and earn you profit. About GST, I meant demonetization (apologies for that). I have pinned the clarification as a comment.
After watching this video one can really have crystall clarity as far as appreciation and depriciation of rupees are concerned.Really awsome work sir, a big thumps up.looking forward for some more interesting videos
Sir, You work very hard before making any Video....full research...How to present...What mistakes others do that can be corrected....and also taking care of making it interesting not boring.......Amazing Sir...I appreciate...
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