Friday, 18 September 2015

Rupee opens at two-week high, rises 31 paise to 66.15/USD

We see the range for the USD-INR between 66-67/dollar, says Pramit Brahmbhatt of Veracity.

The Indian rupee opened at two-week high in early trade on Friday after the US Federal Reserve kept policy rates unchanged on September 17.

The currency gained by 31 paise at 66.15 per dollar against 66.46 Wednesday.

Pramit Brahmbhatt of Veracity said, "The rupee is expected to gain as dollar is trading weak against other major currencies. We see the range for the USD-INR between 66-67/dollar."

The US dollar slumped after the US Federal Reserve held interest rates steady amid a slew of global challenges, and lowered its long-term outlook for the American economy.

2 comments:

Aastha Jadhav said...

FUTURES INTRADAY:

SIEMENS FUTURES BUY CALL 2 TGT
MARUTI FUTURES BUY CALL 2 TGT
ACC FUTURES BUY CALL EXIT AT 1400.50
IDFC FUTURES BUY CALL SL TRIGERRED
DIVISLAB FUTURES BUY CALL ON HOLD

live share market

Allianceresearch Jabalpur said...

The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty are likely to open in green on Friday tracking SGX Nifty coupled with the US Federal Reserve decision to leave interest rates unchanged.

Cash Tips