The rupee ended nearly flat at 74.93 (provisional) in opposition to the US greenback on Friday resulting from a warning prevailing within the foreign exchange market in view of mounting coronavirus circumstances and US-China commerce tensions.
Beginning off on a tepid observe, the rupee fell to a low of 75.04, however recovered barely thereafter and moved in a slender band all through the session. It lastly settled at 74.93, gaining 1 paisa over its earlier shut.
On Thursday too, the rupee had closed regular after the Reserve Financial institution maintained a establishment in its coverage charges.
In the meantime, the US greenback index, which gauges the worth of the dollar in opposition to a basket of key international currencies, rose 0.32 per cent to 93.08.
Analysts stated foreign exchange market sentiment was primarily guided by rising US-China commerce tensions and mounting coronavirus circumstances within the nation.
The variety of Covid-19 circumstances in India has crossed 20 lakh-mark and the demise toll climbed previous 41,000, official knowledge confirmed.
In contemporary considerations for international commerce outlook, the US is contemplating a proposal to crackdown on Chinese language firms which are listed on American bourses and don’t observe US audit necessities, based on a report.
International traders infused Rs 637.43 crore on a internet foundation into Indian equities on Thursday, change knowledge confirmed.
World crude oil benchmark Brent was buying and selling decrease by 0.42 per cent at USD 44.90 a barrel.
On the home equities entrance, the BSE Sensex was down 41.56 factors or 0.11 per cent at 37,983.89; whereas the NSE Nifty traded 2.95 factors or 0.26 per cent decrease at 11,197.20.