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  1. K Yogiii on Jan 02, 2011 reply

    The Reserve Bank of India compiles on a daily basis and publishes reference rates for Spot USD/INR and Spot EUR/INR. The rates are arrived at by averaging the mean of the bid / offer rates polled from a few select banks around 12 noon every week day (excluding Saturdays). The contributing banks are selected on the basis of their standing, market-share in the domestic foreign exchange market and representative character. The Reserve Bank periodically reviews the procedure for selecting the banks and the methodology of polling so as to ensure that the reference rate is a true reflection of the market activity.

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  2. Hande on Jan 02, 2011 reply

    You can get the details of conversion rates of RBI from their web site at,

    http://www.rbi.org.in/home.aspx

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