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Rupee snaps 2 weeks gaining spree against on fresh dollar demand

Snapping its last 2-week gaining spree against the American currency, the rupee dropped by 21 paise to 66.54 per dollar on fresh dollar demand from banks and importers.

Rupee ends the week at 63.94 after falling past 64 Vs USD

Fresh dollar demand from importers, mainly oil refiners, on the back of surge in brent crude oil prices too weighed on the rupee but a sharp fall in the greenback overseas capped the rupee's losses.

Rupee fails to extend gains, ends at 62.36 Vs USD

The rupee reacted marginally downwards by five paise to end the shortened week at 62.36 against the Greenback on fresh dollar demand from importers amid weakness in local equities.

Rupee snaps 2-week winning streak, ends at 62.49 Vs USD

Snapping its two-week winning streak against the American currency, the Indian rupee ended down by 8 paise at 62.49 on month-end greenback demand from importers coupled with fall in crude oil prices.

Rupee rises for 2nd week, ends at 62.22 Vs USD

Rupee hovered in a range of 62.0750 per dollar and 62.3575 per dollar during the week.

Rupee rises for 3rd week, ends at 61.87 Vs USD

Enlarging gains for the third week in a row, the Indian rupee rallied by another 45 paise to log its one-and- half-month closing high of 61.87 against the Greenback during the week.

Rupee snaps 5-week losing streak, ends at 61.77 Vs USD

The rupee appreciated by 26 paise to end the week at 61.77 against the Greenback following dollar selling by exporters and some banks amid signs of fund inflows.

Rupee falls for 5th straight week; ends at 9-month low

The Indian rupee fell against the greenback for the 5th consecutive week on heavy month-end dollar demand from banks and importers amidst sustained foreign capital inflows into record breaking equity market.

Rupee falls for fourth week; ends at 61.76 Vs USD

In straight four weeks, the rupee has tumbled by 93 paise, or 1.51 percent.

Rupee falls for 3rd week, ends at nearly one-month low

The rupee has lost 45 paise or 0.73 percent in the three weeks.

Weekly report: Rupee fails to extend gains, ends at 61.44 Vs USD

After taking respite for a week, the rupee recovered from more than 7-month intra-day low of 61.93 and continued its downslide, depreciating by nine paise to end the truncated week at 61.44 against the Greenback following fresh dollar demand from importers and strong dollar overseas.

Rupee snaps 4-week losing streak, recovers 26 paise to 61.35 Vs USD

The rupee had lost 122 paise or 2.02 percent in the previous four weeks.

Rupee falls for 3rd straight week, ends at 61.15 Vs USD

Extending losses for the third straight week, the rupee came off from seven-week low of 61.62 logged on Friday but still closed down by 34 paise to settle the week at 61.15 against the Greenback.

Rupee continues losing streak, ends at 60.81 Vs USD

Resuming the week sharply lower, the Indian rupee later recovered partially from its more-than one-month intra- day low of 61.2050 logged on Thursday, still ending down by 16 paise at 60.81 against the Greenback as dollar demand exceeded the supply despite last four days of gains.

Rupee falls 0.43% this week, ends at 60.65 Vs USD

Last week, rupee had gained 11 paise or 0.18 percent.

Rupee at 2 week low of 60.68 on sustained dollar demand

The dollar gaining strength against its rivals mainly weighed down on the rupee, brokers said.

Rupee rises for 3rd straight week; ends at 60.47 Vs USD

In straight three weeks, rupee has gained 71 paise or 1.16 percent.

Rupee manages to land in positive terrain, ends the week at 61.15 Vs dollar

The Indian rupee managed to land in positive terrain, up by a mere three paise to end the week at 61.15 against the Greenback.

Rupee fails to maintain upward trend; ends at over 4-month low

After taking a respite for a week, the Indian rupee continued its downslide and tumbled by 108 paise to end the truncated week at more-than four-month low of 61.18 against the Greenback on distinctly weak local equities amid fresh dollar demand from importers.

Rupee snaps 2-week losing streak; ends at 60.10 Vs dollar

In last two-weeks, rupee had plunged by 56 paise or 0.94 percent.