Rupee Turns Higher On Foreign Banks’ Dollar Sales

Rupee Turns Higher On Foreign Banks’ Dollar Sales

26 Jun 2019 01:30 PM
 
Financial Market Overview  26th June, 2019 Afternoon Update Indian Rupee The Indian rupee turned higher against the dollar in afternoon trade as foreign banks stepped up greenback sales, erasing early losses triggered by remarks from Federal Reserve policymakers. The rupee changed hands at 69.30 to a, against 69.34 at the previous close. The local unit opened at 69.40 and briefly slipped to day's low of 69.48 before rising to day's high of 69.27.

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