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Indian Currency Crashes To Record Low

Friday, November 25, 2016 5:18
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It appears the social unrest, economic collapse, and currency crisis sparked by Indian PM Modi's decision to demonetize “corrupt” high-denomination bank-notes was not enough.
As the Rupee crashed to a record low overnight, officials announced a suspension of the exchange of 'old notes' as of tomorrow to, in their words, “encourage people to deposit old notes in their bank accounts.” With as much 60% of banknotes still un-exchanged, we suspect chaos will be the operative word for the immediate future.
Those with old notes will still be allowed to deposit them into their bank accounts until Dec. 31, but not permitted to do outright exchanges.

As Bloomberg reports, the Indian government had observed a declining trend in exchange of old notes over the counter, according to a statement from the state-run Press Information Bureau.

Credit to Zero Hedge

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