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Rupee Opens Stronger At 75.50 Per US Dollar


Rupee in Wednesday's trade on June 10, 2020 trade opened higher at 75.50 as against previous close of 75.61 per US dollar. On Thursday, rupee retreated to its all-time low of 76.88 per US dollar.

In the bond market, the yield on benchmark bond stood at 5.77%. Traders in the market will be eyeing the treasury bill sale worth Rs. 45000 crore.

Rupee Opens Stronger At 75.50 Per US Dollar

Oil in today's trade hovered lower as a rise in US inventory weighed.

Meanwhile, headline Indian indices after starting on a flattish note on weak Asia gained with Sensex reclaiming 34000 levels

Read more about: rupee dollar exchange rate
Story first published: Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 10:25 [IST]
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