Code USD(Bid) INR(Bid) USD(Ask) INR(Ask)
USD 83.6625 83.6725
EUR 1.08833 91.0524 1.08837 91.0666
GBP 1.29166 108.0635 1.29173 108.0823
JPY 157.422 53.1413 157.434 53.1517
CHF 0.88883 94.1223 0.88887 94.1378
SGD 1.34496 62.1989 1.34508 62.2119
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The Rupee closed at a record low on record on Friday even as likely intervention from the Reserve Bank of India helped limit the pressure from a decline in its Asian peers and persistent dollar bids from two large foreign banks pressured the currency. The Reserve Bank of India likely intervened in the non-deliverable forward (NDF) market to cap deprecation in the currency, which had hit its all-time low of 83.6650 on June 20. The RBI has intervened in the NDF market on multiple occasions previously, close to the time when the local over-the-counter market opens in order to help the rupee. Asian currencies were mostly weaker, with the Thai baht down nearly 0.5% and leading losses. The dollar index was up 0.2% at 104.3, having recovered from its weakest level in four months hit earlier in the week. Investors now await remarks from Federal Reserve policymakers later in the day and will also keep an eye on political developments in the United States amid growing odds of a second presidential term for Donald Trump. The dollar rose in jittery trading on Friday, as a worldwide cyber outage that hit banks, airlines and broadcasters unsettled investors, although volatility in the currency market remained contained. The huge gap between U.S. rates and those in Japan and even in Switzerland has created an opportunity for investors to sell those currencies to fund purchases of assets with higher returns such as the dollar, or super-charged tech stocks or cryptocurrencies. The yen , which is set for a gain of 0.1% this week, was a touch weaker at 157.485 per dollar, after data showed inflation in Japan picked up for a second month. The yen has fallen more than 10% against the dollar this year, mostly down to the wide difference in interest rates between the U.S. and Japan, and hit 38-year lows at the beginning of the month, triggering action from Tokyo. Oil slipped on Friday and was set for its second straight weekly loss, as a strong dollar and concern over the economy of top oil importer China offset a tighter supply outlook. Brent crude prices fell by 83 cents, or 1%, to $84.28 a barrel by 1330 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures slipped 63 cents, or 0.8%, to $82.19.......
The US dollar weakened sharply against other major currencies after data showed that the US economy suffered a record contraction in Apr-Jun, while jobless claims rose in the week ended Saturday also rose.The US unit also extended its decline globally on Thursday after Trump raised the possibility of delaying presidential election in the US, scheduled for November.European Stocks ended lower on Thursday due to mounting concern over sluggish economic recovery and a possible second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.Germany reported its worst decline in GDP since 1970, with the Eurozone’s largest economy shrinking 10.1% quarter-on-quarter in Apr-Jun.Corporate earnings were high on investors' agenda on Thursday.In the US, Most share indices ended lower on Wednesday following bleak economic data.Lack of progress in talks between Congressional Democrats, Republicans and the White House on a new coronavirus aid package also weighed on sentiment.Gold futures settled lower on Thursday after nine consecutive days of gains, with the bullion retreating from a record rally as traders booked some profit.......


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