|Day's range||69.401 - 69.401|
|52-week range||66.1400 - 74.9000|
The Indian rupee Friday staged a strong comeback by regaining 25 paise to 69.35 against the US dollar after three sessions of losses amid sustained foreign fund inflows.
The rupee appreciated by 15 paise to 69.45 against the US dollar in opening trade on Thursday, driven by weakening of the greenback in overseas markets and sustained foreign fund inflows.
Rupee opened higher at 69.46 with gains of close to 14 paise over last close of 69.6087 per US dollar. Rupee resumed trading On Thursday after the debt, currency and equity markets were closed on Wednesday for Mahavir Jayanti. Meanwhile
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The Indian rupee Tuesday lost another 18 paise to close at 69.60 against the US dollar, marking its third straight session of decline owing to sustained demand for the greenback from importers and rising global crude oil prices.
Forex dealers said, strengthening of the American currency in the overseas market weighed on the domestic currency.
The rupee Monday declined by 25 paise to close at 69.42 against the US dollar as forex traders turned cautious in a holiday-truncated week.
The rupee fell 7 paise to 69.24 against the US dollar in opening trade Monday on increased demand for the greenback from importers and banks.
Halting its three-day winning run, the rupee Friday closed 25 paise lower at 69.17 to the US dollar as forex traders weighed rising crude oil prices. Besides, as forex dealers said
At the Interbank Foreign Exchange, the rupee opened on a weak note at 69.04 then fell further to 69.24 against the US dollar, showing a decline of 32 paise over its previous closing.
The Indian rupee Thursday climbed 19 paise to close at 68.92 against the US dollar, also marking a third straight session of gains, driven by sustained foreign fund inflows.
Foreign investors have ploughed billions of dollars into India ahead of an election process spread over seven phases and ending only toward the end of next month with nearly 900 million people eligible to vote. The process begins on Thursday.
Foreign investors have ploughed billions of dollars into India ahead of an election process spread over seven phases and ending only toward the end of next month with nearly 900 million people eligible to vote. The prospect that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party will manage to just about win a parliamentary majority has sparked net inflows of over $8 billion into equities so far this year as of April 9.
The home currency in Thursday's trade opened lower at 69.21 as against yesterday's close of 69.1150. Bond yield also was trading with loss at 7.367%. The rupee was last trading at 69.16. Asian shares have been steady after hitting 8-month peak.
Rising for the second straight session, the rupee advanced 19 paise Wednesday to close at 69.11 against the US dollar on strong foreign fund inflows amid the greenback's weakness against key rivals overseas.
The rupee appreciated by 21 paise to 69.09 against the US dollar in opening trade Wednesday, driven by weakening of the greenback in overseas markets. The rupee opened strong at 69.26 at the interbank forex market then gained further ground and touched 69.09.
In Wednesday's trade rupee has been seen trading with gains of 12 paise at 69.16 as against Tuesday's close of 69.29 Rupee opened the session flat at 69.28 The inflation and industrial production data this week will provide direction to
The rupee Tuesday strengthened by 37 paise to close at 69.30 against the US dollar in line with firming Asian currencies and sustained foreign fund inflows, halting its three-day losing streak.