India's currency suffers as investors worry about the nation's current-account deficit and the potential for an oil price spike.
By Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg|August 27, 2013 at 01:21 PM
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India’s rupee plunged the most since 1996, to a record low, on concern the nation’s current-account deficit will worsen as oil prices climb amid political tensions in the Middle East. Bonds and stocks fell.
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