Rupee Fringe 3 Paise Higher at 73.13 in Opening Trade

The dollar sign achieve 0.02% to 93.07.


  • The Indian rupee operate with passable gains of 3 paise at 73.13 against the U.S. dollar in the opening session on Monday, follow mushy crude oil prices and assist buying in domestic equities.
  • The domestic unit started off the session on a big way at 73.10, up 6 paise, but give up some ground as trade proceed and quoted 73.13 a dollar at 1020 hours.
  • The domestic currency had liquidate 8 paise higher at 73.16 a dollar on Friday after the Reserve Bank remain key interest rates constant while retaining an obliging stance.
  • On a weekly basis, but, the domestic currency had lost 3 paise to the U.S. dollar.
  • Global crude oil guide Brent was run 0.84 per cent lower at 42.46 a barrel.
  • Meanwhile, the dollar mark, which bore the greenback’s stability against a basket of six currencies, set foot on 0.02% to 93.07.
  • On the domestic equity market front, the BSE Sensex was run 246.06 points up at 40,755.55; and the NSE Nifty was 58 points higher at 11,972.
  • Foreign investors had get rid of Indian equities worth a net ₹39.39 crore on Friday, exchange data showed.

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