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Rupee swings up, 10-year bonds trim losses on market talk of S&P upgrade

The Indian rupee ended at 64.58 to the dollar after moving in a range of 64.5675-64.8900 during the day, and compared with Wednesday's close of 64.92.

Reuters  |  MUMBAI 

The Indian rupee rose sharply in late trade after moving in a narrow band for most of Thursday following market talk of a potential sovereign ratings upgrade by Standard & Poor's. The Indian rupee ended at 64.58 to the dollar after moving in a range of 64.5675-64.8900 during the day, and compared with Wednesday's close of 64.92. The 10-year benchmark bond yield also cooled off from its highs and ended at 6.99 percent after rising to 7.02 percent. It had closed at 6.96 percent on Wednesday. Speculation about a India ratings upgrade surfaced after TV channel BTVI ...

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First Published: Thu, November 23 2017. 18:02 IST
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