USD INR Put call ratio or PCR is often used as an indicator to gauge the overall sentiment of the USD INR options market. The ratio calculation is based on option contracts or option trading volume on a given day. You can either calculate PCR manually or get the values from Nifty Trader. To manually calculate PCR, use the formulas given below.
USD INR PCR (OI) can be calculated by dividing USD INR Put OI by USD INR Call OI on the same day.
To calculate USD INR PCR (Volume), divide USD INR Put trading volume by USD INR Call trading volume.
PCR (Volume) = USD INR put trading volume / USD INR call trading volume
If PCR value is less than 1, then traders might be buying more call option contracts than put option contracts. Market sentiment is deemed as bullish when PCR is low.
If PCR value is more than 1, then traders might be buying more put option contracts than call option contracts. Market sentiment is deemed as bearish when PCR is high.
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