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Indian Rupee gains 19 paise to end at 74.68 against US dollar

The dollar index, which gauges the greenback's strength against a basket of six currencies, advanced 0.06 per cent to 93.94

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Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Photo: Bloomberg
Photo: Bloomberg

The rupee gained 19 paise to close at 74.68 (provisional) against the on Tuesday, as IPO related inflows supported the local unit amid a lacklustre trend in the domestic equity market.

At the interbank forex market, the domestic unit opened at 74.83 against the greenback and witnessed an intra-day high of 74.66 and a low of 74.86 during the day's trade. It finally ended at 74.68 a dollar.

On Monday, the rupee had settled at 74.87 against the

The dollar index, which gauges the greenback's strength against a basket of six currencies, advanced 0.06 per cent to 93.94.

"After two days of lacklustre movements, the rupee has appreciated quarter percentage points backed by inflows from IPOs. While overseas markets traded sideways ahead of the US Fed and Bank of England policy meeting this week," said Dilip Parmar, Research Analyst, HDFC Securities.

Dollar supply remained high on the back of IPOs, while traders may remain light in holiday truncated weeks, Parmar said, adding "Spot USD/INR is expected to trade in a tight range of 74.50 to 75".

On the domestic equity market front, the BSE Sensex fell 109.40 points or 1.18 per cent to end at 60,029.06, while the broader NSE Nifty declined 40.70 points or 0.23 per cent to 17,888.95.

Brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, rose 0.27 per cent to USD 84.94 per barrel.

Foreign institutional investors were net sellers in the capital market on Monday as they offloaded shares worth Rs 202.13 crore, as per exchange data.

(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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First Published: Tue, November 02 2021. 17:39 IST
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