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Rupee declines against dollar

MUMBAI: The rupee depreciated by 13 paise against the dollar today, as the American currency strengthened against other major currencies.

In the early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, the domestic unit was trading at Rs 45.70 a dollar against the previous close of Rs 45.57/58 following heavy selling of dollar by exporters and some banks. - PTI

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 Dollar Vs Rupee

 

[Rates at 10.45 hrs. each day]   Other Currencies
1 Week ( 0.2% ) 2 Weeks ( 0.35% ) 1 Month ( 1.71% )
3 Months ( 2.77% ) 6 Months ( -1.06% ) 1 Year ( -1.51% )

 

Euro Vs Rupee

 

[Rates at 10.45 hrs. each day]   Other Currencies
1 Week ( 1.07% ) 2 Weeks ( 3.15% ) 1 Month ( 5.3% )
3 Months ( 0.79% ) 6 Months ( 3.73% ) 1 Year ( -3.11% )

 


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