Rupee slumps

On Wednesday, the rupee declined 49 paise to75.82 against the US bone-in opening trade amid a weak threat appetite as pressures escalated in Eastern Europe.

Forex dealers said sustained foreign fund exoduses, a lackluster trend in domestic equities, and elevated crude canvas prices counted on investor sentiment.

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At the interbank foreign exchange, the rupee opened at75.78 against the US bone also slipped further to75.82, registering a decline of 49 paise from the last close.

On Monday, the rupee had settled at75.33 against the US bone.

 The forex request was closed on Tuesday on account of Mahashivratri.

“The Rupee opened gap down against the US Bone this Wednesday, tracking an answer in the bone indicator after ceasefire accommodations between Russian and Ukraine forces failed,” said Sriram Iyer, Senior Research Analyst at Reliance Securities.

Rupee slumps
Rupee slumps

 Meanwhile, the bone indicator, which gauges the note’s strength against a handbasket of six currencies, rose0.01 percent to97.41.

 

Iyer said:

More substantial crude Canvas prices and weaker Asian currencies against the US Bone could weigh on sentiments,

 Meanwhile, global canvas standard Brent crude futures jumped5.15 percent to USD110.38 per barrel.

 Requests will remain unpredictable, and trade will continue girding captions in Eastern Europe. The RBI could be present to check redundant volatility, Iyer added.

 On the domestic equity request front, the 30- share Sensex was trading748.79 points, or1.33 percent lower, while the broader NSE Nifty slipped177.20 points, or1.06 percent.

 As per stock exchange data, foreign institutional investors remained net merchandisers in the capital request on Monday as they unloaded shares worth Rs crore.

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