Recent Examples of rupee from the Web
Between September 2010 and June 2011, 1.62 million flood victim families received 20,000 Pakistan rupees, or about $213 — the first of three equal annual payments.
Some offer tours for a couple of hundred rupees, about $3.
Bicycles are rented out for 500 Pakistani rupees ($4.70) a month, 250 rupees ($2.30) a week or a daily rate of 80 rupees (75 cents).
Buses cost just 10 to 20 rupees a ride, or about 10 to 20 cents, while hailing a ride through an app could cost $1.50 or more, depending on distance and demand.
For example, wild currency fluctuations relative to the U.S. dollar, such as changes in the rupee in India, make calculating the return on investment even more difficult for investors.
The glare of this spotlight may hamper Governor Urjit Patel’s freedom to curb sharp gains in the rupee.
Drivers can now command nearly 40,000 rupees ($610) a month, a decent white-collar wage—and not far from double the level of trucker pay just three years ago.
India’s rupee gained 0.7% against the dollar on the day of its rate cut.
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