Code USD(Bid) INR(Bid) USD(Ask) INR(Ask)
USD 83.1775 83.1875
EUR 1.08583 90.3166 1.08588 90.3316
GBP 1.27622 106.1528 1.27628 106.1705
JPY 157.151 52.9240 157.164 52.9348
CHF 0.91213 91.1774 0.91226 91.2014
SGD 1.34802 61.6445 1.34931 61.7109
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The Rupee closed weaker unable to gain from an uptick in most Asian peers, with traders anticipating rangebound moves until the outcome of India's general election. The dollar index dipped 0.1% to 104.4 while most Asian currencies rose, with the Korean won up 0.6%, leading gains. Equity-related flows will also influence the rupee heading into the elections results. Overseas investors have net sold $2.7 billion worth of stocks in May so far, the highest outflow since January. The rupee may gain slightly towards the end of the week, with the rejig of the MSCI Global Standard index expected to draw about $2 billion in passive inflows, according to an estimate by Nuvama Alternative & Quantitative Research. Remarks from Federal Reserve speakers will be in focus later on Tuesday for cues on when the central bank may begin to ease policy rates. The pound held close to multi-month highs versus the euro and hit a fresh two-month high against the dollar as expectations for Bank of England (BoE) rate cuts and growing investor risk appetite supported the British currency. Investors are awaiting key inflation data from major economies this week that could offer clues on the global interest rate outlook. Sterling was flat at $1.2768 after hitting $1.2783 earlier in the session, its highest level since March 21. The euro rose 0.14% against the pound at 85.14 pence per euro, after hitting 84.94 on Monday, its lowest level since August 2023. Global oil prices increased on Tuesday on the expectation that OPEC+ will maintain crude supply curbs at its June 2 meeting, while a weaker U.S. dollar made the commodity more attractive to holders of other currencies. The July contract for Brent crude, the global benchmark, rose 57 cents, or 0.7%, to $83.67 a barrel by 10:58 p.m. EDT (1458 GMT). U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was at $79.36, up $1.64, or 2.1%, from Friday's close, having traded through a U.S. holiday to mark Memorial Day without a settlement.......
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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