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12-04-2024 - FRIDAY

The yen struggled to break away from a 34-year low on Friday and was headed for a weekly decline, while the dollar hovered near a five-month high alongside U.S. Treasury yields as traders heavily scaled back bets for a slew of U.S. rate cuts this year. The euro was eyeing its sharpest weekly fall in about four months, pressured in part by a resurgent greenback and expectations that the European Central Bank (ECB) could begin easing rates in June, likely ahead of the Federal Reserve. In major currencies today, the yen was last marginally higher at 153.17 per dollar , languishing near a 34-year trough of 153.32 per dollar hit in the previous session on the back of a surge in U.S. Treasury yields, which the dollar/yen pair tends to closely track. Elsewhere, sterling dipped 0.01% to $1.2553 while the euro last bought $1.0726, pushing some distance away from a two-month low hit in the previous session.  The Indian rupee opened weaker with a huge gap of almost 17 paise at 83.36/37 against its previous session’s close of 83.19/20 and is expected to trade between 83.25 – 83.45 band today.
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INR Rates

Symbol   Bid  ASK
USD82.7675 82.7775
GBP105.82653 105.86791
EUR90.44832 90.48143
JPY0.56125 0.56136
CHF94.39724 94.4511
AUD54.72587 54.76725
SGD62.1611 62.19847
CAD61.42756 61.44581
NZD50.99306 51.00133
*Closing Rates on : 2024-03-12

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IndexPointsChange
BSE Sensex74244.9-793.25
S&P CNX Nifty22519.4-234.4
NASDAQ18307.983296.328
HangSeng16721.69-373.34
DJ IA31097.9756.84
DAX18088.27133.79
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