In USDINR spot, 75.50 has been acting as a strong support. Only if it breaks then price can slump towards 75 otherwise we expect a rally towards 76.30 in coming sessions, says Rahul Gupta, Head of Research- Currency, Emkay Global Financial Services.
Indian rupee ended at the highest closing level since March 27 at 75.01 , amid buying seen in the domestic equity market.
It opened higher at 75.50 per dollar against Wednesday's close of 75.59 and trading in the range of 74.98-75-53.
At 14:18 IST, the Sensex was up 569.35 points or 1.61% at 35983.80, and the Nifty was up 157.50 points or 1.51% at 10587.50.
“The mixed risk sentiments are leading to a very lackluster trading in the forex market. Traders are unaware of which direction will the USDINR spot trade and are looking for more cues. The good news of economic recovery has been factored in, so any disappointment over coronavirus or US-China trade war will hamper the market sentiments," said Rahul Gupta, Head of Research- Currency, Emkay Global Financial Services.
"In USDINR spot, 75.50 has been acting as a strong support. Only if it breaks then price can slump towards 75 otherwise we expect a rally towards 76.30 in coming sessions,” he added.
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