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Rupee declines by 4 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The rupee on Monday slipped four paise to 83.15 in the opening session on rising demand for US Dollar by bankers and importers, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee down 3 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The rupee on Wednesday slipped three paise to 83.34 in the opening session on rising demand for the US dollar by bankers and importers, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee rises by 2 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Friday moved up two paise at 83.15 in the opening session on selling of US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee rises 4 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Friday gained four paise at 83.24 in the opening session on selling of US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee up 8 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The rupee on Thursday rallied eight paise at 83.32 in the opening session against US Dollar on the sale of US dollars by bankers and exporters, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee opens steady at 83.28 against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee on Friday opened on a flat note at 83.28 on selling of US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee falls 4 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI; The rupee on Tuesday slipped four paise to 83.25 in the opening session on rising demand for the US dollar by bankers and importers, dealers at the Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee opens steady at 82.02 against USD

Mumbai/UNI: The Rupee opened on a steady note on Thursday at 82.02 against the US Dollar on selling of the US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee down 12 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: Rupee on Wednesday slipped 12 paise at 81.99 against the US Dollar in the opening session on rising demand for US Dollar by bankers and importers, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee rises 3 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: Rupee on Tuesday marginally gained by three paise at 82.01 against the US Dollar in the opening session on selling of the US Dollar by bankers and exporters, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Rupee down 17 paise against USD

Mumbai/UNI: Rupee on Thursday dropped 17 paise at 82.45 against the US Dollar in the opening session on brisk demand for US Dollar by bankers and importers, dealers at Foreign Exchange said.

Global E-Com expected to hit USD 8.5 trillion by 2026, with a 56 USD growth forecast from 2018: Study

Despite reduced growth rates compared to the initial pandemic period, the forecast for global e-commerce remains bullish. According to the FIS Global Payments Report 2023, the explosive growth in global e-commerce in the first two years of the pandemic has slightly slowed in 2022, with a 10% YoY growth in global e-commerce transaction value from 2021-2022.

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.