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  • Rupee Falls To Fresh 16-Month Low Against US Dollar: 10 Things To Know
    The rupee weakened further on Monday to close at 68.12 against the US dollar. Continued strength in the US dollar against a basket of currencies and rising crude oil prices continue to put pressure on the rupee, say analysts. The rupee had during Monday's session touched 68.15 against the greenback, a level last seen in January 2017. The stock markets ended lower for a fifth straight session, with the NSE index closing at its lowest level in more than a month. The NSE Nifty closed 0.75 per cent lower at 10,516 while the BSE Sensex fell 0.67 per cent to 34,616. The BSE closed at its lowest level since April 25.
  • India's Foreign Exchange Reserves Plunge By $1.23 Billion
    Segment-wise, FCAs -- the largest component of the Forex reserves -- decreased by $1.26 billion to $392.45 billion.
  • Bonds Near 33-Month Low, Rupee Weakest In 16 Months
    The 10-year benchmark bond yield rose 7 basis points to 7.90 per cent on Tuesday, its highest since August 25, 2015.
  • Rupee Falls To Fresh 15-Month Low Vs Dollar, Breaches Key Level
    The rupee (INR) today fell to fresh 15-month low against the US dollar, breaching the key level of 67.50. Reversing early gains, the rupee fell to 67.60 at day's low against the US dollar. On Friday, the rupee had settled almost flat at 67.33 against the US currency. Domestic stocks markets were also under pressure today. Experts say that that that the traders would be keeping a close watch on the outcome of the Karnataka elections, due tomorrow. The rupee traded in the range of 67.60 to 67.21 today against the US dollar, before settling at 67.51 against the US dollar.
  • Rupee Rises Vs Dollar Today, A Day Ahead Of Karnataka Election Results
    USD Vs rupee: After the Karnataka election result tomorrow, the rupee is likely to align with the domestic fundamentals and global US dollar performance, says an expert.
  • Rupee Hits Fresh 15-Month Low Against US Dollar: 10 Points
    The rupee (INR) closed at 67.31 against the US dollar (USD) on Thursday, marking a fresh 15-month low against the greenback. With that, the rupee added to losses registered after US President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of an international nuclear deal with Iran. The US move sparked worries about global oil supplies, pushing global crude prices higher. The rupee has been declining against the US dollar. It is down over 5 per cent against the American currency so far this year.
  • Foreign Exchange Reserves Plunge By $3.21 Billion In A Week
    However, the value of the country's gold reserves increased by $26.6 million to $21.51 billion.
  • Rupee Vs Dollar: Forex Markets Closed For Buddha Purnima Holiday
    The interbank foreign exchange market is closed on Monday for the Buddha Purnima holiday. The rupee had recovered by nine paise to close at 66.66 against the US dollar last Friday. However, for the week, it shed a cumulative 54 paise against the US currency. The dollar rose against a basket of currencies recently, leading to weakness in the rupee against the American currency. Dealers attributed the rupee's fall to increased demand for the US currency from importers due to month-end demand and sustained foreign capital outflows.
  • Rupee Closes At 14-Month Low Against Dollar Today. Can It Fall Beyond 67?
    Strength in the dollar against a basket of currencies amid rising US bond yields battered the rupee.
  • Rupee Breaks Six-Day Fall Against Dollar: 5 Things To Know
    While some selling of the dollar by exporters and banks boosted the rupee, a higher opening of stock markets also lifted the domestic currency, according to forex dealers.
  • Rupee Falls For Sixth Straight Session Against Dollar
    The dollar to rupee exchange rate today moved in a range of 66.46-66.14. At the day's lowest point, the rupee weakened 1.26 against the US dollar on a cumulative basis in six consecutive trading sessions.
  • Rupee Tanks To 13-Month Low Of 65.80 Against US Dollar As Crude Oil Hits A New High
    Rupee logged its lowest closing since March 14, 2017, when it had closed at 65.82 against the US dollar.
  • Rupee Registers Fresh 7-Month Low Against US Dollar Today: 10 Points
    Losses in domestic stock markets, where benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty broke their nine-session winning streak, dragged the currency lower.
  • Rupee Tanks To 7-Month Low Of 65.64 Against US Dollar: 10 Things To Know
    The rupee extended its losing run for the second straight day, falling by another 15 paise to end at a near 7-month low of 65.64 against the US dollar amid persistent capital outflows and a fresh ripple of geopolitical tensions. That came a day after the rupee closed at a low of 65.49. Weakness in the rupee came despite a rally in equity market benchmarks Sensex and Nifty, which logged their ninth straight day of gains in their longest winning streak over three years.
  • Rupee (INR) Closes At 6-Month Low Against US Dollar (USD): 5 Things To Know
    The rupee (INR) today fell 29 paise against the US dollar (USD) to close at 65.49, a more than six-month low. The rupee traded in the range of 65.50 to 65.32 against the greenback earlier in the session. The rupee's closing of 65.49 on Monday marks the weakest closing level against the US dollar since October 3, when the Indian currency had ended at 65.50. Trade deficit widening to $13.7 billion in March and the US adding India to the currency watch list, led to a downfall in the domestic currency, said forex advisory firm IFA Global.

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