|Day's range||74.478 - 74.818|
|52-week range||68.2023 - 77.7550|
Rupee in Monday's trade (July 6, 2020) opened at 74.50 versus previous close of 74.64 per US dollar. In the previous day's trade, buoyed by positive equities, optimism around corona vaccine and weakness in the dollar, rupee closed at its 3-month
The domestic currency rupee has been gaining ground for quite a while and it has been a second straight day of gains for the unit today (July 3, 2020), which closed at 74.64 per US dollar against previous day's close of
The dollar edged lower in early European trade Friday, with volumes hit by the U.S. holiday and traders weighing the conflicting influences of positive economic data and the increasing number of coronavirus cases. Economic data released earlier Friday pointed to a brisk pickup in the Chinese service sector, with the Caixin Services Purchasing Managers Index coming in at 58.4 in June, the highest reading in two months. “Fed money printing has now secured what seems to be a stable negative correlation between risk assets and the dollar,” said analysts at ING, in a research note.
The rupee in trade on Tuesday (June 30, 2020) settled with gains for the fourth straight session at 75.50 versus the previous close of 75.58 per US dollar. The home currency opened stronger today at 75.47 against the greenback. This is
Rupee in Monday's trade (June 29, 2020) opened marginally changed at 75.61 as compared to Friday's close of 75.64. This is despite weakness in equities and strength in the US dollar. Among its Asian peers, rupee was the second best performing
Rupee in Friday's trade (June 25, 2020) opened weak by a tad bit in line with weakness in the equities. The home currency opened at 75.52 versus its previous close of 75.66 per US dollar. Easing crude oil prices
Rupee in Thursday's trade (June 25, 2020) opened weak by a tad bit in line with weakness in the equities. The home currency opened at 75.74 versus its previous close of 75.72 per US dollar. "The geopolitical tensions between India and
Rupee in Thursday's trade (June 18, 2020) opened flat at 76.16 per US dollar. In the previous trading day, weakness in the equity and India-China border tensions weighed on the currency. In the bond market, the yield on benchmark
Rupee on Monday (June 15, 2020) opened higher at 75.92 versus its previous close of 75.84 per US dollar. And continuing with earlier weakness, rupee slid again to 76.09 per dollar. Rupee on Friday slid past 76 mark as
In trade on Friday (June 12, 2020), domestic currency rupee scaled down to day's low of 76.10 per US dollar. At 10:26 am, the currency traded at 76.03 against the greenback. Gains in the dollar as sentiments worsened on economic recovery
In trade on June 11, 2020, the Indian currency ended lower at 75.78 per US dollar. The currency has been losing ground on weak sentiment in equities. India's foreign exchange reserves are approaching levels of $500 billion but despite this
Rupee in Wednesday's trade on June 10, 2020 trade opened higher at 75.50 as against previous close of 75.61 per US dollar. On Thursday, rupee retreated to its all-time low of 76.88 per US dollar. In the bond market, the yield
Rupee on Friday (June 5, 2020) opened higher at 75.35 versus its previous close of 75.58 per US dollar. At around 10:21 am, the home currency was trading at 75.40 per US dollar. In the bond market, the yield on 10-year
Rupee on Thursday (June 4, 2020, 2020) opened lower at 75.62 versus its previous close of 75.47 per US dollar. The Indian currency amid rise in oil prices is slated to remain steady and may even scale to 74 levels.
Rupee on Monday (June1, 2020) opened higher at 75.3 versus its previous close of 75.61 per US dollar. In the previous session, the rupee posted first weekly gain in 4 as equities stood firm. Further foreign fund inflows as well
Rupee on Friday opened with gains at 75.51 versus its previous close of 75.76 per US dollar. Notably, dollar index against a basket of major currencies fell 0.3% from a two-week high on Thursday.The home currency was last quoting at 76.37.
Rupee in trade on April 30, 2020 traded higher at 74.97 as against the earlier 1-month high close at 75.67per US dollar. In trade ttoday, the domestic unit opened higher by 50 paise at 75.16. But the positive momentum in
Forex traders said the rise of Indian rupee's value largely due to expectations of more stimulus measures from central banks to support their respective economies reeling under the coronavirus pandemic.
The rupee opened weak at 76.86 at the interbank forex market and then fell further to 76.88, down 5 paise over its last close.
Forex traders said rupee is trading in a narrow range as positive domestic equities is supporting the local unit, while strengthening of the US dollar is weighing on the rupee.
Rupee in Monday's April 20, 2020 trade opens lower at 76.45 as against previous close of 76.40 per US dollar. On Thursday, rupee retreated to its all-time low of 76.88 per US dollar. The losses in the currency on the back
Rupee in Friday's session opened high at 76.58, up 28 paise as against record low close in the previous session of 76.86 per US dollar. But soon after the presser from the RBI managed to rise up to 76.42 levels and
Rahul Gupta, head of research-currency at Emkay Global Financial Services, said he expects the rupee to depreciate to 77.20 levels.
Rupee in trade on April 8, 2020 opened lower at 75.80 with a loss of 18 paise versus previous close of 75.62 per US dollar. In the previous session, rupee gained substantially due to sharp gains in equities as well