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Rupee falls 50 paise to 70.08 against US dollar in early trade

The benchmark BSE Sensex opened over 250 points higher Monday on positive global cues after US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping ended the trade war and agreed to a truce.

Rupee rallies to 69.85 on falling oil prices, US Fed guidance

After a steep 15 per cent fall in the rupee due to the rise in crude oil prices and foreign capital outflows earlier this year, the rupee has now bounced back 6 per cent. The last time the rupee closed below 70 was on August 24.

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Rupee strong by 29 paise to 71.38 against US dollar

The domestic unit opened with strength at Rs 71.39 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange and advanced further to trade at 71.38 against the US dollar. This is the highest level since September 4.

Sensex, Nifty surge ahead of RBI board meet

The 30-share index was trading 190.81 points, or 0.54 per cent, higher at 35,647.61 points. Similarly, the NSE Nifty was up 43.10 points, or 0.40 per cent, at 10,725.30 points.

Rupee ends at fresh 2-month high of 71.93 despite oil rebound

Increased selling of the US currency by exporters and banks and gains in equity markets aided the rupee to post gains for the fourth day.

Rupee falls 19 paise to 73.35 against US dollar in early trade

The dollar's weakness against some currencies overseas and easing crude oil prices, however, restricted the rupee fall, they added. Foreign investors pulled out Rs 2,040.54 crore from equity markets Wednesday, as per provisional data.

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Rupee jumps 29 paise against US dollar to 73.32

Foreign fund inflows also supported the domestic currency. On a net basis, foreign funds bought shares worth Rs 140.02 crore, while domestic institutional investors sold shares to the tune of Rs 343.11 crore Wednesday, provisional data showed.

Sensex sinks 792 points as RBI keeps repo rate unchanged, closes below 35k-mark

The Indian rupee Friday crashed below the 74-level against the US dollar for the first time ever after the Reserve Bank kept its key policy rate unchanged.

Curb on imports to bring rupee to 68-70 level: Department of Economic Affairs Secretary

The rupee has been battered for over a month now amid sell-offs sweeping emerging markets following a rout in the currencies of Argentina and Turkey.

Rupee weakening credit negative for cos, but effects limited: Moody's

"...most rated India-based corporates have protections in place - including natural hedges, some US dollar revenues and financial hedges - to limit the negative credit implications of a potential further 10 per cent weakening of the rupee to the US dollar...” Moody's VP said.

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