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  • Rupee Advances To Close Above 72 Mark Against Dollar: 10 Things To Know
    The rupee advanced by 33 paise against the dollar to close at 71.68 on Thursday, a day after the release of strong macroeconomic data. The rupee rose by as much as 50 paise to touch 71.51 against the dollar during the session. However, it shed some of those advances by the end of the session, to settle with a gain of 0.5 against the previous close of 72.01. Steady crude oil prices after easing of trade tensions between the US and China also helped the currency rise against the dollar, say analysts.
  • Rupee Declines By 16 Paise To Settle At 72.01 Against Dollar
    INR vs USD: The weakness in the rupee comes amid the prompt appointment of former bureaucrat Shaktikanta Das as the new RBI Governor.
  • Rupee Tumbles By 53 Paise To Close At 71.85 Against Dollar
    The domestic unit, which saw a heavy sell-off by in opening trade, staged a mild recovery towards the end of session but still settled in negative territory.
  • Rupee Slips Below 71 Mark Against Dollar, Likely To Fall On Tuesday: 10 Points
    The rupee weakened by 50 paise against the dollar on Monday, as domestic equity markets plunged amid renewed concerns on the US-China trade front. A two per cent fall in the domestic equity markets, a day ahead of key state election results, also hurt the currency market. In a surprise move, Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel stepped down on Monday, a move expected to spook the Street. While the rupee ended 0.7 per cent lower at at 71.32 against the greenback on Monday, currency forwards indicated a sharp fall in the coming session.
  • Rupee Logs Weekly Loss Of Nearly 2% Against Dollar: 10 Things To Know
    The rupee rose by 8 paise to close at 70.82 against the dollar on Friday, supported by strength in domestic equities and weakness in the greenback overseas. A fall in crude oil prices - with benchmark Brent slipping below the $60-a-barrel mark - amid lack of clarity on the future course of production after conclusion of a key meeting of the top producers supported the currency, say analysts. The rupee, however, finished the week with a loss of 124 paise - or 1.8 per cent - against the greenback.
  • Rupee Weakens To End At 70.90 Against Dollar: 10 Things To Know
    The rupee fell by 44 paise against the dollar to close at 70.90 on Thursday, as against its previous close of 70.46, reported news agency Press Trust of India (PTI). Weakness in the domestic equity markets along with strength in the dollar pulled the rupee lower, leading to a 0.6 per cent fall in the currency A sharp fall in crude oil prices, in anticipation of continued oversupply ahead, failed to support the currency. At 70.90 against the dollar, the rupee is still down 11 per cent against the greenback so far this year.
  • Rupee Edges Higher To End At 70.46 Against Dollar After RBI Policy Statement
    INR vs USD: Traders said the rupee came under pressure during the session following heavy selling in domestic equities amid foreign fund outflows.
  • Rupee Off 4-Month High, Posts Biggest Single-Day Loss In 3 Months: 10 Points
    The rupee moved lower by 88 paise to end at 70.46 against the dollar on Monday, marking the first lower closing in past four days. Monday's fall of 1.3 per cent against the greenback also marked the rupee's sharpest loss registered in a single session since August 13 this year. A recovery in crude oil prices and strength in the dollar against major peers overseas weighed on the rupee, according to analysts. The rupee had risen by 129 paise against the US currency in past four sessions, and settled at a four-month high of 69.58 on Friday.
  • Rupee Closes At 4-Month High, Rises 27 Paise Against Dollar: 10 Things To Know
    The rupee rose by 27 paise to close at a four-month high of 69.58 against the dollar on Friday, reported news agency Press Trust of India (PTI). The local currency extended gains for fourth day in a row aided by easing crude oil prices and firm stock markets, traders were quoted as saying in the PTI report.The rupee traded firm against the US currency despite a firm dollar overseas, signalling a change in sentiments of forex speculators. On Thursday the rupee had vaulted 77 paise to a three-month high of 69.85 per dollar.
  • Rupee Closes At 3-Month High, Rises 77 Paise Against Dollar: 10 Points
    The rupee vaulted 77 paise to a three-month high of 69.85 per dollar on Thursday, propelled by easing crude oil prices and fresh foreign capital inflows, reported Press Trust of India (PTI). A bullish trend in the equity market and a weak greenback further propped up the local unit, which racked up gains for the third straight day,traders were quoted as saying in the PTI report.The last time the rupee closed below 70 was on August 24, when it had finished at 69.91. On Wednesday, rupee strengthened by 17 paise to close at 70.62 against the dollar.
  • After Record Lows, Rupee Set For Best Monthly Run In Years: Report
    The turnaround for the worst-hit emerging markets in Asia started earlier in the month when oil prices plunged.
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    Bitcoin has lost more than a third of its value in the last two weeks amid heavy selling pressure.
  • Rupee Edges Higher To Close At 70.79 Against Dollar: 10 Things To Know
    The rupee recovered marginally by 8 paise to close at 70.79 against the US dollar on Tuesday on increased selling of the greenback by exporters and softening crude oil prices, reported Press Trust of India (PTI). The rupee's rise was supported by dollar-selling by exporters and banks after the Chinese foreign ministry announced a mutually beneficiary agreement with the US, traders were quoted as saying in the PTI report. On Monday, the local currency fell by 18 paise to close at 70.87 against the US dollar.
  • Rupee Closes Lower Against Dollar After 7 Days Of Gain: 10 Things To Know
    Breaking a winning streak of seven consecutive sessions, the rupee weakened by 18 paise to close at 70.87 against the dollar on Monday. Monday's move in the rupee marked the first time the rupee closed weaker against the dollar since November 12. Riding on falling crude oil prices, the rupee had advanced by 220 paise - or 3 per cent - against the dollar in the past seven trading sessions. Some weakness in crude oil prices on Monday dragged the rupee lower against the greenback on Monday, despite a 1 per cent gain in the domestic stock markets.
  • Capital Outflows From Financial Markets Likely To Put Pressure On Rupee: Experts
    INR Vs USD: Any further outflow of foreign funds from the Indian equity and bond markets might have an adverse impact on the rupee.

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