|Day's range||75.518 - 75.983|
|52-week range||68.2023 - 77.7550|
Indian rupee on April 7, 2020 opened on a strong note with gains of 32 paise at 75.90 per US dollar. On Friday, the rupee closed at a record low of 76.22. On Monday, the forex market was shut due to
Kia Motors India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kia Motors Corporation today pledged INR 2 crores to the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Mounting fears of economic damage from the COVID-19 pandemic has increased buying of the American currency, strengthening its value and in turn adding pressure on the Indian rupee. This week, the domestic currency depreciated by 124 paise. It is down by
Rupee on April 3, 2020 opened sharply lower at 75.95 per US dollar against its Tuesday's close of 75.54. Domestic currency and bond markets were shut for past two days due to annual bank closing and Ram Navami. At 9:20
After giving up over 7% since the start of the year, the rupee fell to a record low of 76.42 to the dollar on Wednesday.
The Indian rupee will probably cut some of its losses against the dollar in the next year, according to strategists polled by Reuters, but it's likely to stay weak with other emerging-market currencies until the coronavirus pandemic subsides. The rupee's path will largely depend on how successful the Indian government's steps are in containing the spread of COVID-19 in a country of more than 1.3 billion people, the second-most-populous in the world. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered a 21-day national lockdown, which began on March 25.
Rupee on March 31, 2020 opened higher at 75.52, up 13 paise against its previous close of 75.65 per US dollar. In the previous session, rupee settled lower by 70 paise on the back of heavy selling in the domestic equities
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The rupee opened weaker in trade at 75.18 against the US Dollar, as against Friday's close of 74.85 to the dollar. The week has begun on a bearish note for most global stock markets, thanks to rising infections from the coronavirus.
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Rupee in Friday's trade opened on a strong note with gains of 46 paise at 74.69 versus its previous close of 75.15 per US dollar. On March 26, 2020, buoyed by strong sentiment in domestic equities market and the government's
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Rupee in Thursday's trade opened unchanged at 75.87 per dollar versus Tuesday's close of 75.88 per US dollar. On Wednesday, the currency market of India was closed due to a public holiday. The Indian currency after losing for four-straight sessions
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Indian rupee in Tuesday's trade opened higher by 22 paise at 76.07 per dollar against previous close of 76.29 per dollar. On Monday, given the recessionary concerns emanating worldwide due to coronavirus outbreak and weak equities, Indian currency slipped below
Gold prices in India rose on Monday despite a falling trending in the international market, as the rupee weakened. On MCX, gold futures rose nearly 1.5 percent or Rs 579 in morning trade to Rs 40,937 per 10 grams after opening
Rupee on Monday opens lower at 75.68, down 44 paise against its previous close of 75.24 per US dollar. And tracking weakness in the equities, rupee slides past 76 levels to 76.05 at around 9:15 am. Oil prices in today's
After spiking 573.07 points, the Sensex gave up all gains to trade 195.57 points or 0.69 per cent lower at 28,092.66.
Rupee on March 20,2020 opened at 74.78, up 30 paise versus its previous close of 75.08 per US dollar. On Thursday, rupee buoyed by gains in the dollar against the basket of currencies as well as overall global market rout
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The rupee fell past the 75 mark in trade, doing so for the first time ever. The currency was seen trading at 75.04 to the dollar, a drop of 83 paise over Wednesday's close. The weakness was largely on account
The virus, which originated in China, has spread quickly around the globe, killing more than 8,000 people and battering economic activity, which has raised fears of a global recession.