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78.3150+0.0850 (+0.1087%)
As of 09:56AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close78.2300
Day's range78.1760 - 78.3175
52-week range72.9048 - 78.4195
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  • Reuters

    Indian bond yields off session highs on short-covering; rupee near 1-month low

    The Indian rupee dropped on Monday to its lowest in nearly a month against the dollar, tracking losses in the stock market and weighed by sharp gains in global crude oil prices, while bond yields pulled back from session highs on short-covering. Oil prices climbed to their highest in nearly three weeks as fears over tight global supply grew, with the deepening crisis in Ukraine raising the prospect of heavier sanctions by the West on top exporter Russia. India imports more than two-thirds of its oil requirements and rising prices tend to push up imported inflation and widen the country's trade and current account deficits.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian currencies rise as oil slips, but set to log weekly falls

    * Thai baht, Indian rupee top gainers * Thai baht set for fifth straight weekly loss * Equities set for weekly gains; Singapore shares up 2.5% * Indonesian, Indian 10-yr bond yields ease By Sameer Manekar March 25 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee and the Thai baht led gains among Asian currencies on Friday, supported by a weaker U.S. dollar and as crude prices dipped after the United States and allies considered releasing oil reserves. Investors over the week were also wary of oil importing nations, such as Thailand and India, which could suffer if Western economic sanctions were to hit Russian oil exports more severely.