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The rupee pared its early gains and was trading 2 paise lower at 68.36 against the US dollar in late morning deals on bouts of dollar demand from banks and importers amid bearish domestic equities.

The rupee firmed up 9 paise to 68.56 against the dollar in early trade today, rising for the second straight day on increased selling of the US currency by exporters and banks.

The Reserve Bank of India today fixed the reference rate of the rupee at 68.6535 against the US dollar and 72.8002 for the euro.

The rupee weakened by 11 paise to 68.57 against the dollar in early trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on month-end demand for the American currency from importers.

The rupee today collapsed to a fresh life-time low of 68.86 against the dollar by crashing 30 paise amid sustained foreign capital outflows with investors being inclined towards US dollar hoping protectionist measures by President-elect Donald Trump.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has proposed opening of "Islamic window" in conventional banks for "gradual" introduction of Sharia-compliant or interest-free banking in the country.

The Indian rupee suffered a big blow - breaching the key psychological 68-mark to end near 9-month low as sentiment turned bearish on combination of growing US rate hike expectations and stunning dollar run.

The rupee plunges of 32 paise mark against the US dollar in early trade today .

Continuing its downfall for the fourth-straight session, the rupee today fell by 20 paise to end at near five-month low of 67.94 against the US currency in a highly volatile trade amid unabated dollar outflows.

Demonetization of high-value currency notes seems to have directly hit the realty business, There is sharp down fall witnessed on Wednesday in registration of properties in the city.

The rupee edged higher by 5 paise to 66.69 against the US dollar in early trade today on selling of the American currency by exporters and banks amid fresh foreign fund inflows.

After five sessions of gains, gold prices today fell by Rs 300 per ten grams to crack below the 31,000-level and silver by Rs 450 to Rs 43,600 per kg at the bullion market on easing demand from jewellers coupled with weak global cues.

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