|Day's range||71.71 - 71.894|
|52-week range||68.2023 - 72.7000|
Rupee opened unchanged at 71.82 against previous day's close of 71.81 per US dollar.In Wednesday's trade, rupee weakened influenced by other Asian currencies as there was no proper take on US-China dispute . Also, a bill passed supporting protesters in Hong
Rupee resumed session at 71.95, 11 paise lower versus previous day's close of 71.84 per dollar. On Monday, mixed trend in other Asian currencies, pulled rupee downward to close at 71.84 as investors awaited cues on US-China trade deal. Oil prices
Rupee opens the trading session on Monday with 16 paise at 71.63 in comparison to the previous close of 71.79 per US dollar. In the bond market, yield on 10-year government bonds traded at 6.524%. On the institutional front, FPIs
The Indian rupee on Friday opened higher with gains of 18 paise at 71.79 as against Thursday's close of 71.97. On the back of Moody's sovereign rating downgrade and other non-favourable factors such as low IIP factory data for September month
Mumbai: The rupee nosedived 62 paise to hit an over two-month low of 72.09 to the US dollar on Wednesday as poor macro data and lingering worries over US-China trade war weighed on sentiment. The Indian unit finally settled at 72.09 -- registering a fall of 62 paise over its previous close.
On Wednesday, the Indian rupee extended its day's losses and depreciated to as much as 72.06 at 4:35 pm after the domestic stock markets closed lower. NSE's Nifty 50 closed 0.61 percent lower at 11,840.45, while BSE's Sensex fell 0.57
The rupee resumed trade on Wednesday on a still weaker note declining as much as 29 paise at 71.75 in comparison to Monday's close of 71.46. Rupee in the light of positive developments on the US-China trade deal front as well
Rupee resumed trade in Monday's session at a still weaker note as against Friday's close ofOil also retreated lower due to better prospects with regard to the US-China deal as investors continue. This would lend a support to the rupee even
Rupee in Friday's trade resumed trade at a weaker note dropping as much as 34 paise at the opening to 71.30 in contrast to the previous close of 70.96. Also, Moody's cut the sovereign rating of the country amid prolonged
Investing.com -- The dollar was consolidating in early trade in Friday after surging to a three-week high on Thursday in response to growing confidence that the economically damaging tariffs enacted by the U.S. and China on each other’s products will be reversed.
Mumbai: The rupee opened on a weak note and declined by 14 paise to 71.11 against the US dollar in opening trade on Thursday after reports that the US-China trade deal signing could be delayed to December weighed on investor community. Forex traders said, the decline in the domestic unit was largely in tandem with other Asian currencies after reports of delay in US-China trade deal. The rupee opened weak at 71.10 at the interbank forex market and then fell further to 71.11, down 14 paise over its last close.
Rupee resumed trade on Thursday on a still weaker note dragging past 71 mark and touching an early low of 71.10 per US dollar. On Wednesday, rupee closed at a low of 70.988 after dropping to 71 even as equities gained
Rupee in trade on Wednesday has been dragged lower to levels of 71 per US dollar even as equities climbed to new record highs. The domestic currency opened weak by 10 paise at 70.79 and ended the day at 70.988, down
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The Indian arm of U.S.-based Burger King filed for a local initial public offering (IPO) to raise up to 4 billion rupees ($56.6 million) on Monday, as it looks to open more restaurants in a country where international fast-food brands are gaining in popularity. The Whopper Burger maker, which launched its first restaurant in India in 2014, competes directly with market leader McDonald's Corp and other restaurant chains such as Domino's Pizza. Burger King India Ltd plans to have 325 stores by December 31, 2020, up from 202 as of June.
Rupee on Monday closed lower at 70.76 after making sharp gains of 26 paise in the opening session to log best 5-week gain of 70.55. On Friday, rupee closed at 70.81 per US dollar. The weakness in the rupee at close
At the interbank foreign exchange market, the rupee opened weak at 70.96 and touched a low of 70.98 in early trade.
Despite gains in gold prices in the international market after the US Federal Reserve's interest rate cut, prices in India were subdued from the rupee's gains. International markets In the global markets, spot gold and US gold futures were up
The Indian rupee opened weak by 6 paise at 70.90 versus previous session's close of 70.84. Last, the rupee was seen trading at 70.93. On Tuesday, rupee surged to a one-month high of 70.68 per US dollar on the back
On Tuesday, the Indian rupee touched its one-month high of 70.73 against the US dollar, a level last seen on 1 October. The domestic currency opened at 70.74/ dollar, 0.24 percent higher than Friday's close of 70.89. Markets in India were
The Indian rupee opened tad lower at 71.04 per dollar versus previous session's close of 71.02. On Thursday, the rupee ended lower snapping five-day gains due to weak sentiment in the domestic equities and continued foreign fund outflows. Oil prices
The currency opened marginally lower at 71.19 versus the previous session close of 71.16. Further, rupee has been supported after gains in equities came in due to the Brexit deal. Also, the currency has capped its losses as the FII have
Rupee opened lower at 71.59 versus the previous day's close of 71.54 per US dollar. The rupee has been influenced by low exports which came in at a 7-month low as well as global factors that still are shaky in respect
MUMBAI: State Bank of India has sought bids to sell 11 non-performing loan accounts with outstanding of 4.66 bln rupees, the lender said in a notice on its website. The state-owned lender has invited bids from banks, asset reconstruction companies, non-banking finance companies, and other eligible financial institutions. In Jul-Sep, the state-owned lender had put non-performing loans worth over 12.6 bln rupees on the block.
Rupee resumed session on a weaker note, with marginal loss of 2 paise at 71.24 in comparison to its previous close of 71.22 per US dollar. Oil has declined in price following weak China data that has again dampened