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Indian Rupee ends at 70.69, 5-week-high

Indian Rupee ends at 70.69, 5-week-high

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 Nov 2019, 05:15 pm

Mumbai, Nov 5 (UNI) The Rupee on Tuesday advanced by eight paise to 70.69, five week high on brisk selling of US Dollars by bankers and exporters, dealers at the Forex Market said.

The domestic currency moved up by four paise to 70.73 in early trade. Later, it further rose and ended positive at 70.69, increasing by eight paise as compared to its last close.


The domestic unit recorded day high and low at 70.85 and 70.64 respectively.


The Indian currency rallied owing to weak Dollar against other world currencies.


However, negative stocks capped from further gain, the dealer added.  

 

Indian Rupee ends at 70.69, 5-week-high

India Blooms News Service
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