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Rupee furthers losses by 25 paise to Rs 70.46 vs USD on rising oil prices

The domestic currency recovered some lost ground and finally settled for the day at 70.46 per dollar, down 25 paise over its previous closing.

Rupee falls 3 paise to 73.64 against US dollar in early trade

The benchmark BSE Sensex fell 408.45 points, or 1.17 per cent, to 34,371.13 in the opening trade.


Rupee slumps 26 paise to 73.83 against US dollar on rising crude prices

"Rupee continued to be under pressure as oil prices started to move-up due to a sudden spurt in tension between the US and Saudi Arabia," said Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Service.

Rupee hits new record low of 74.27, plunges 21 paise against US dollar

It broke previous record low (intra-day) of 74.23 reached on October 5.

Rupee plunges 27 paise, hits 1-week low of 68.70 vs USD

A sharp fall in global crude prices and muted reaction from Asian peers to the Fed's decision to keep rates unchanged failed to infuse any positive momentum.

Rupee recovers from life low, rebounds 33 paise to Rs 68.46

As the second half of 2018 gets under way, the rupee has depreciated by 8.03 per cent or a staggering 509 paise against the greenback after an impressive start.


Sensex suffers more losses as rupee slides 4 paise to 68.03 against dollar

The 30-share index, which had lost 73.88 points in the previous session, drifted down by 148.34 points, or 0.42 per cent, to 35,399.92.

Rupee falls to 6-month low, down 29 paise to 65.49 vs dollar

After trading in a narrow range during the early part of the day, the home currency drifted sharply in mid-afternoon deals to hit a fresh intra-day low of 65.51 before concluding the day at 65.49, revealing a steep loss of 29 paise.

Rupee hits three-month low in opening trade

Forex dealers said sustained month-end demand for the American currency from importers, foreign fund outflows and the dollar's gains against other global currencies weighed on the rupee.

Rupee gains 6 paise against dollar in opening trade

The euro's gains, however, are being tamed by uncertainty ahead of elections in Italy, one of the eurozone's biggest economies.