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2020-01-17 FRIDAY

The dollar gained in Asian Market opening trades today, as U.S. data suggested the world\'s largest economy maintained a moderate growth pace at the end of 2019, reaching an eight-month peak against the safe-haven yen. U.S. retail sales increased for a third straight month in December, suggesting the economy maintained a moderate growth pace at the end of 2019. A gauge of manufacturing activity in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region also rebounded in January to its highest level in eight months, and the outlook is the brightest in more than a year and a half. Other data showed that the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week. In currencies, the dollar rose to as high as 110.24 yen versus the Japanese currency, its highest level since late May in 2019. The Euro barely moved from its yesterday’s closing at $1.1137 while the pound sterling rose to $1.3073 from 1.3040. The Chinese Yuan was a tad stronger at 6.8727 from its closing of 6.8769 yesterday. .  The Indian Rupee opened weaker with a gap of 07 paise at 70.99/71.00 against its previous session’s close of 71.92/93 and is expected to trade between 70.80 - 71.20 ranges today tracking a strong dollar overseas
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INR Rates

Symbol   Bid  ASK
USD70.97 70.98
GBP92.9778 92.99909
EUR78.96832 78.99671
JPY0.64819 0.64825
CHF72.35192 72.3593
AUD48.64284 48.64994
SGD52.34548 52.3532
CAD53.9819 53.99833
NZD46.62019 46.62729
*Closing Rates on : 2019-12-18

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IndexPointsChange
BSE Sensex41945.3712.81
S&P CNX Nifty12352.35-3.15
NASDAQ9173.73348.734
HangSeng29056.42173.38
DJ IA29348.150.46
DAX13526.1396.7
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