Dollar closed at 68.9800 against its opening at 68.1600.
Sensex provisionally ends 114 points lower with 23 components in the red.
China could strike back at Dow-listed firms over trade.
Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian latest high profile hire to quit government.
Police arrest CEO, director of state-run Bank of Maharashtra over loans.
RBI rate panel strikes balanced tone, awaits clarity for further move.
Asian shares edge ahead, oil subdued before OPEC meeting.
Oil prices drop as Iran signals support for OPEC output rise.
Dollar buoyant near 11-month highs, shaky pound awaits BoE.
Pay rises in major UK companies hold at 2.5 percent.
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Asian stocks were near a decade high on Thursday, riding the bull run in global equity markets, while the dollar sagged after the Federal Reserve showed a guarded view towards inflation.
Gold prices rose to their highest in two weeks on Thursday amid a muted dollar, after minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve’s September policy meeting revealed low inflation concerns.
China’s commerce ministry said on Thursday that the European Union’s new trade rules against Chinese imports lacked awareness of World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, urging the EU to abide by the requirements.
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