Mumbai: The Indian Rupee gain 32 paise, at 66.70 next to the dollar at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on sustained selling of the US currency by exporters and banks among sustained foreign fund inflows on near the beginning trade. Forex traders conveyed a superior commencing in domestic equity market and a weak dollar next to other currencies overseas subsequent to last week's below-par US expansion data also supported the rupee.
On Friday, the rupee had firmed up by 2 paise to settle at 67.02 a dollar. On Monday for now, the benchmark BSE Sensex improved by 180.29 points, or 0.64 per cent, at 28,232.15 in near the beginning session. On the global front, Yen rush towards 102 mark next to greenback, quite unfathomable given the 28 trillion yen stimulus program provided by Japanese administration and declared of added ETF purchases by BOJ. Meanwhile, US dollar has also lost substantial ground next to various other major currencies, with dollar index currently moving towards 95 levels.