Do you know why the value of rupee is decreasing against the dollar value ? What Market forces determines the exchange rate of money ?
To discuss on this topic a seminar was organized by our Management Department Considering the Topic “Fading Rupee”at our College on 21st September 2013.
This seminar was organized by Mr. Puneet Tikkha(Dept. Head Management Studies) with assistance of Mr. G.S. Agarwal(Chairman), Prof(Dr) S.K. Agrawal(Director),Mr. R.P. Singh(Proctor Dean) and Mr. A.P. Singh(Dean) of our college. The speakers were Ms. Mamta Verma(SEBI), Dr. Somesh Shukla(lucknow University), Dr. K.P.Tiwari(J.N.P.G. College),Mr. Devendra Kumar(SEBI) and Dr. Shobhit Goel.
The following topics were discussed:
•As India is an emerging economy, lots of investing is coming outside from the country and when more money is getting invested, the demand of currency will be up so the and rupee value will be increased against dollar. But when investors are pulling out their investment the demand of currency will go down and so the value of rupee will decrease against dollar. It was a normal example just to make this concept understandable.
•Then Inflation is also a factor for exchange rate value. If any country has a low inflation rate then its currency value increases. As we have seen reduction in currency values for those countries which have higher inflation rates.
•Difference in Interest rates is also a factor that affects exchange rate value.
•Trade Factor means exporting and importing ratio is also a major factor for this. If a country is exporting more in monetary values then it is importing then it will be generating more revenues from exporting. But if increase in rate of export is lesser than rate of import then value of its currency decreases with trading countries.
• Economic conditions and Political stability also matters for exchange rate value.
Apart from above points some other valuable things were also discussed that how we control this situation.