The Indian rupee recouped from its morning losses against the American currency and ended barely steady at 66.55 on mild selling of dollars by banks and exporters in view of recovery in the domestic equity market.
Extending its rally for the sixth straight session, the rupee today surged to a fresh 2-1/2 month high of 67.08 by gaining another 26 paise against the American currency on persistent selling of dollars by banks and exporters
The Indian rupee today strengthened further against the American currency by surging 16 paise to end at 68.07 on fresh selling of dollars by banks and exporters on the back of a sharp recovery in the equity market despite hig
Indian rupee also extended its losses for the third day today by falling 9 paise to 68.07 a dollar on sustained demand for the US currency from banks and importers amid falling crude prices and foreign capital outflows.
After a brief overnight calmer, the rupee once again turned shaky against the US dollar and closed at 66.82 - its lowest level in more than two-weeks - on the back of frantic demand for the American currency.
The rupee today plunged to a two-week low of 66.61 by falling 47 paise against the US dollar on heavy demand for the American currency from importers and banks largely impacted by global economic and political headwinds.
The Indian rupee fell back sharply after a strong overnight rally and ended with a 17 paise loss at 66.88 against the US dollar, the lowest level in more than two years in the face of strong demand for greenback.