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More upside for rupee, up 38 paise at 65.44

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Driven by its 16-month peak achieved yesterday, the rupee today acquired more heft as it rose by another 38 paise to 65.44 on sustained offloading of the amid heavy foreign capital inflows.

Financial markets were enthused by the BJP's emphatic UP victory amid positive macro data while unabated foreign inflows added it up.



The rupee resumed higher at 65.76 as against yesterday's closing of 65.82 here today. It advanced further to 65.41 before trading at 65.44 at 1020 hours.

The domestic currency hovered in a range of 65.76 and 65.41 during morning deals.

Meanwhile, the dollar index was trading lower by 0.06 per cent at 101.68 against a basket of six currencies in the late morning trade.

Overseas, the remained on tenterhooks in early Asian trade as all eyes are now on the US Federal Reserve meet which will soon offer clues on its monetary policy outlook.

Meanwhile, the benchmark traded flat, marginally up by 7 points, or 0.02 per cent.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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More upside for rupee, up 38 paise at 65.44

Driven by its 16-month peak achieved yesterday, the rupee today acquired more heft as it rose by another 38 paise to 65.44 on sustained offloading of the US dollar amid heavy foreign capital inflows. Financial markets were enthused by the BJP's emphatic UP victory amid positive macro data while unabated foreign inflows added it up. The rupee resumed higher at 65.76 as against yesterday's closing of 65.82 here today. It advanced further to 65.41 before trading at 65.44 at 1020 hours. The domestic currency hovered in a range of 65.76 and 65.41 during morning deals. Meanwhile, the dollar index was trading lower by 0.06 per cent at 101.68 against a basket of six currencies in the late morning trade. Overseas, the US dollar remained on tenterhooks in early Asian trade as all eyes are now on the US Federal Reserve meet which will soon offer clues on its monetary policy outlook. Meanwhile, the benchmark Sensex traded flat, marginally up by 7 points, or ... Driven by its 16-month peak achieved yesterday, the rupee today acquired more heft as it rose by another 38 paise to 65.44 on sustained offloading of the amid heavy foreign capital inflows.

Financial markets were enthused by the BJP's emphatic UP victory amid positive macro data while unabated foreign inflows added it up.

The rupee resumed higher at 65.76 as against yesterday's closing of 65.82 here today. It advanced further to 65.41 before trading at 65.44 at 1020 hours.

The domestic currency hovered in a range of 65.76 and 65.41 during morning deals.

Meanwhile, the dollar index was trading lower by 0.06 per cent at 101.68 against a basket of six currencies in the late morning trade.

Overseas, the remained on tenterhooks in early Asian trade as all eyes are now on the US Federal Reserve meet which will soon offer clues on its monetary policy outlook.

Meanwhile, the benchmark traded flat, marginally up by 7 points, or 0.02 per cent.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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More upside for rupee, up 38 paise at 65.44

Driven by its 16-month peak achieved yesterday, the rupee today acquired more heft as it rose by another 38 paise to 65.44 on sustained offloading of the amid heavy foreign capital inflows.

Financial markets were enthused by the BJP's emphatic UP victory amid positive macro data while unabated foreign inflows added it up.

The rupee resumed higher at 65.76 as against yesterday's closing of 65.82 here today. It advanced further to 65.41 before trading at 65.44 at 1020 hours.

The domestic currency hovered in a range of 65.76 and 65.41 during morning deals.

Meanwhile, the dollar index was trading lower by 0.06 per cent at 101.68 against a basket of six currencies in the late morning trade.

Overseas, the remained on tenterhooks in early Asian trade as all eyes are now on the US Federal Reserve meet which will soon offer clues on its monetary policy outlook.

Meanwhile, the benchmark traded flat, marginally up by 7 points, or 0.02 per cent.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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