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  • Rupee recovers 19 paise from record low of 72.91 against dollar

    Mumbai: The Indian rupee recovered from the day’s low to trade around 72.50 per dollar during the afternoon session on Wednesday. Around 1.45 p.m., the rupee traded at 72.50 per dollar, appreciating by 19 paise from its previous close of 72.69 per greenback.

  • Rupee recovers from all-time low, up 20 paise against US dollar      

    Mumbai: The rupee recovered from its all-time low of 71.58 and strengthened by 20 paise to 71.38 against the US dollar in opening trade at the interbank foreign exchange market Wednesday on fresh foreign capital inflows. The domestic currency had lost 37 paise to end at a fresh lifetime low of 71.58 against the resurgent dollar Tuesday as persistent trade worries and macro concerns continued to proliferate.

  • Rupee collapses to life-time low of 70.09 against US dollar

    Mumbai: Reversing all its early gains, the rupee today collapsed to a life-time low of 70.09 against the US dollar, falling 16 paise amid fears that Turkish economic crisis could lead to a global financial meltdown.

  • Rupee rises 21 paise to 68.36 against US dollar

    Mumbai: The rupee strengthened 21 paise to trade at 68.36 against the US dollar in morning session at the interbank forex market today. Fresh selling of the American unit by exporters and banks and fall in global crude oil prices boosted the domestic currency.

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    ‘Does government want rupee value to reach Advani’s age’, asks Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress on Wednesday slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi led- government over global credit rating firm Moody dubbing the rural economy as a ‘credit negative and asked whether the Centre wants the rupee value to reach Bharatiya Janata Party veteran Lal Krishna Advani’s age. “The rupee value has crossed Finance Minister’s age and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s age. Does the government want it to reach Advani ji’s age?” Congress spokesperson Ajoy