USD/INR closed at 68.8025 against its opening of 68.75.
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USD/INR closed at Rs. 69.4950 against its opening at Rs. 69.4075. USD/INR ended at three-week low Monday on selling by foreign banks tracking an overall weakness in the greenback and helped by FII inflows into local stocks, but rebounded in afternoon trades on Monday helped by the month-end related demand from oil importers while a bounce back in crude prices acted as a catalyst. USD/INR opened lower on Monday on selling by foreign banks tracking a weak greenback following a dismal economic data release in the last session from the US. Few foreign banks sold dollars, although mostly remained on a hibernating mode as the US market remain closed today.
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