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Rupee opens 14 paise higher at 70.42 against US dollar

The domestic unit on Friday spurted by 32 paise to close at a nearly two-month high of 70.56.

Rupee seen a winner in US-China trade thaw, but gains may be slow
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The rupee climbed 14 paise to 70.42 against the US dollar in the opening deals on Monday. The domestic unit on Friday spurted by 32 paise to close at a nearly two-month high of 70.56 as crude oil prices receded following reports that Saudi Arabia had agreed on a temporary ceasefire in Yemen.

The local unit notched up gains of 38 paise on a weekly basis.

In the capital markets, after remaining net sellers for the past two months, foreign investors infused a net Rs 7,714 crore into the domestic capital markets in September following a slew of economic reforms

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First Published: Sep 30 2019 | 9:19 AM IST

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