Rupee closes stronger against US dollar

Written by | December 30, 2016 | 0

Mumbai: The Indian rupee on Friday closed stronger against the US dollar on last day of the year 2016, tracking the gains in the local equity and Asian currencies markets. Traders are cautious ahead of the prime minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Saturday.

The rupee closed at 67.93 per US dollar, up 0.25% from its previous close of 68.10. The home currency opened at 67.96 against the US dollar and touched a high and a low of 67.85 and 68 respectively.

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