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Rupee rises 26 paise to 70.47 against dollar in early trade amid positive opening in domestic equity market
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Rupee rises 26 paise to 70.47 against dollar in early trade amid positive opening in domestic equity market

Forex traders said positive opening in domestic equity market supported rupee, however, foreign fund outflows and rising crude oil prices weighed on local currency.

Rupee suffers biggest slump in 6 years, closes at four-month low of 70.73 on yuan shock and uncertainty over Kashmir issue
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Rupee suffers biggest slump in 6 years, closes at four-month low of 70.73 on yuan shock and uncertainty over Kashmir issue

The rupee on Monday crashed by 113 paise -- the biggest single-day drop in past six years -- to close at a five-month low of 70.73 due to heavy capital outflows by investors anxious over the US-China trade tension, a sharp devaluation in yuan and uncertainty over Kashmir issue

Rupee jumps 49 paise to 69.53 on massive surge in domestic equities after Narendra Modi's landslide victory
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Rupee jumps 49 paise to 69.53 on massive surge in domestic equities after Narendra Modi's landslide victory

At the interbank foreign exchange, the rupee opened at 69.75 against the previous close of 70.02. It traded in the range of 69.81 to 69.50 during the day.

China evokes patriotism, past wars as US trade conflict heats up; state media says tensions will only help them grow stronger
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China evokes patriotism, past wars as US trade conflict heats up; state media says tensions will only help them grow stronger

China has yet to say whether or how it will retaliate to the latest escalation in trade tensions which saw US put telecoms equipment giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd on a blacklist

Rupee opens marginally higher in early trade amid weak global cues, foreign fund outflows
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Rupee opens marginally higher in early trade amid weak global cues, foreign fund outflows

The rupee on Monday fell sharply by 59 paise to close at nearly two-and-a-half-month-low of 70.51 against the US currency.