RBI reference exchange rate refers to the benchmark foreign exchange rates for Indian Rupee against major four foreign currencies, published by Reserve Bank of India on a daily basis. The Reserve Bank of India compiles and publishes on a daily basis, reference rates for four major currencies
What is the reference rate?
A reference rate is a rate that determines pay-offs in a financial contract and that is outside the control of the parties to the contract. It is often some form of LIBOR rate, but it can take many forms, such as a consumer price index, a house price index or an unemployment rate.