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2021-09-20 MONDAY

The dollar began the week firm in Asian Market opening trades today, with investors in a cautious mood ahead of several central bank meetings, headlined by the Federal Reserve, while looming catastrophe at indebted developer China Evergrande added to markets\' fragility. The U.S. dollar is having a bit of a rebound, drawing support, both from an expectation of imminent asset purchase reductions from the Fed and from caution as equity markets begin to get the wobbles. Everyone is eying the Fed, waiting for a tapering signal. The U.S. dollar index rose very slightly to a month-high 93.33. The yen held at 109.88 per dollar. In thin trade, owing to holidays in Japan and China, the euro nursed losses from its weakest week in a month, slipping slightly to touch a four-week low of $1.1721 while the Sterling, the Australian and New Zealand dollars were also pressured toward new troughs with sterling trading at $1.3707. The yuan fell about 0.1% and through its 200-day moving average to 6.4770 per dollar 
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INR Rates

Symbol   Bid  ASK
USD74.385 74.395
GBP101.23799 101.26774
EUR86.8073 86.83705
JPY0.67839 0.67857
CHF81.04707 81.06473
AUD52.9398 52.95468
SGD54.51847 54.53846
CAD57.54235 57.56016
NZD50.64875 50.6785
*Closing Rates on : 2021-08-20

Stock Indices

IndexPointsChange
BSE Sensex58895.98-119.91
S&P CNX Nifty17520.7-64.45
NASDAQ15333.471-182.436
HangSeng24064.38-856.38
DJ IA31097.9756.84
DAX15179.3-310.87
2007 MIDAS FOREX
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