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See Rupee At 64/$ By Year End: Robert Prior-Wandesforde

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October 1: Currency and markets will remain volatile amid Indian and US uncertainties, says Robert Prior-Wandesforde of Credit Suisse. The rupee will appreciate slightly against the dollar assuming that QE tapering begins and the RBI does more than just 50bps rate hikes, he says. The 10-year bond yields will also remain rangebound for the next six months or so, he adds.