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State-run Banks May Have Sold Dollars to Stem Rupee Fall: Traders
State-owned banks likely sold dollars on behalf of the Reserve Bank of India to prevent the local currency from weakening further, three forex traders told Reuters on Monday.
| Last Updated: January 04, 2016 12:26 (IST)
: State-owned banks likely sold dollars on behalf of the Reserve Bank of India to prevent the local currency from weakening further, three forex traders told Reuters on Monday.
State-owned banks were spotted selling dollars after the local currency plunged to an over two-week low of 66.50 to the dollar earlier in the session.
The rupee fell in line with Asian peers after disappointing China factory data, while risk sentiment took a further hit due to ongoing geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.
© Thomson Reuters 2016
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