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Rupee down 7 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: Rupee on Wednesday lost further by seven paise at 82.10 against the US Dollar in the opening session on rising demand for US Dollar by bankers and importers, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee at 81.84 against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Monday rallied 25 paise at 81.84, against the US Dollar in the opening session on selling of US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee rises 5 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: Rupee on Wednesday gained five paise at 82.07 in the opening trade against the US Dollar on selling of US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

India's forex reserves swell by $3.55 billion to $599.53 billion

Mumbai: India’s foreign currency reserves grew for the fourth consecutive week, reaching $599.53 billion as of May 12, according to the Reserve Bank of India’s statistical supplement released on Friday.

Russian companies investing rupee surplus in Indian govt bonds: Report

Mumbai: According to the Indian Banks' Association (IBA), Russian banks and companies with trade surpluses from Indian lenders are using the rupee funds to invest in domestic government debt, Reuters reported.

Rupee slips 7 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Friday slipped 7 paise at 81.65 in the opening trade against the US Dollar on rising demand for US Dollars by bankers and importers, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Indian Rupee moves down 33 paise against USD

Mumbai: The Rupee on Tuesday tumbled down 33 paise to close at 81.72 on rising demand for US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee up 16 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Friday gained 16 paise at 81.38 in the opening trade against the US Dollar on selling of US Dollars by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee up 3 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Wednesday rose marginally by three paise at 81.75 in the opening trade against the US Dollar on selling of US Dollars by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee up 22 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Friday advanced 22 paise to 82.19 against the US Dollar on selling of US Dollars by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee down 43 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Tuesday slid 43 paise, breaching 82 level at 82.22 against the US Dollar on rising demand for US Dollars by bankers and importers, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

RBI allows banks to open 12 'vostro accounts' to facilitate rupee acceptance in international trade

New Delhi: In a move to facilitate import-export trade in the rupee, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) permitted banks to open “vostro accounts”.

India's forex reserves register biggest weekly high in over a year, shows RBI data

Mumbai: India's foreign exchange reserves shot up to the highest level during the week ended November 11 in the biggest weekly jump recorded in over a year.

Rupee rises 6 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Friday gained 6 paise at 81.56 against the US Dollar on selling of US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee down 40 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Wednesday dropped 40 paise at 81.49 against the US Dollar on brisk demand for the greenback by bankers and importers, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.