Code USD(Bid) INR(Bid) USD(Ask) INR(Ask)
USD 83.4175 83.4275
EUR 1.06394 88.7512 1.06437 88.7977
GBP 1.24484 103.8414 1.24508 103.8739
JPY 153.228 54.4153 153.298 54.4466
CHF 0.91407 91.1946 0.91472 91.2704
SGD 1.36109 61.2715 1.36144 61.2946
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The Rupee closed weaker as the greenback extended recent gains and rose to its highest level in nearly five months, while state-run banks' dollar sales helped limit losses. The local unit logged its steepest intraday decline in three weeks on Friday and was also down 0.1% week-on-week. The dollar index climbed 0.5% to a peak of 105.85, its highest since mid-November, on bets that the U.S. Federal Reserve would keep interest rates higher for longer. A stronger-than-expected U.S. consumer inflation print on Wednesday boosted the dollar and U.S. bond yields. Most Asian currencies declined on the day, with the Korean won down nearly 0.8% and leading losses. Meanwhile, dollar-rupee forward premiums declined, with the 1-year implied yield down 3 basis points (bps) at 1.63%, pressured by elevated U.S. bond yields. The 1-year Treasury yield inched up to 5.18% while the 10-year yield was last quoted at 4.54%. The U.S. dollar jumped on Friday while oil prices pushed higher as investors grappled with geopolitical tensions and potentially diverging interest rate paths between Europe and the United States. Oil rose around 1% on Friday, but was set for a small weekly loss, as geopolitical tensions in the middle east outweighed a bearish world oil demand growth forecast from the International Energy Agency (IEA) and reduced expectations for U.S. interest rate cuts this year. Brent crude futures were up 94 cents, or 1.1%, at $90.68 a barrel by 1:40 p.m. EDT (1740 GMT), while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose 96 cents, or 1.1%, to $85.98.......
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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