Comparative Analysis of Impact of Exchange Rate Volatility on Aggregate Exports Undertaken by India and UK


  • Mr. Abdullah Shadab, Dr Amit K Sinha


Exchange rate volatility can be defined as currency appreciation or depreciation that
can adversely or positively influence profitability of trades. The aim of this study is to
analyse two prominent national economies, India and the United Kingdom. The
findings shed light on volatility of exchange rate in India and analysed the negative
impact on the country’s trade exports. This has been done by following a secondary
study methodology where a number of peer-reviewed articles are thematically
analysed. On contrary to this volatile economy, the UK shows a promising growth in
its net export rates. Critical appraisal of scholarly articles helps to understand the
effects of this volatility in two contrasting economies and their exchange rates. Hence,
this research concludes that exchange rate volatility can play a significant role in
import export practices of a country.