The Indian rupee strengthened by another 30 paise to trade at one-year high of 46.36 a dollar in opening trade Thursday, extending its rally for the fifth straight session, as corporates and exporters continued to sell dollars.
The Indian rupee on Thursday plunged by 14
paise against the US currency in opening trade as stock
markets are expected to open on a weak note in line with other
Asian bourses amid some dollar demand from importers.