Rupee falls after rising to 2-month high against US dollar: 5 things to know1 min read 30 Sep 2019, 01:14 PM IST
Weak domestic equity markets weighed on the rupee
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The Indian rupee (INR) today fell against the US dollar, failing to hold on to gains after rising to two-month high of 70.35 against the US dollar. The rupee settled at 70.86, as compared to its Friday's close of 70.56. The rupee traded in the range of 70.35 to 70.88 against the US dollar. A selloff in domestic equity markets and a broad strength in US dollar hurt the rupee. The Sensex ended 153 points lower today.
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