MUMBAI: On Tuesday Indian Rupee gains higher by 3 paise to 67.16 next to the dollar in early buy and sell at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on persistent foreign fund inflows and new selling of the US currency by banks and exporters. Forex dealers have also further conveyed that, a higher commencing in domestic equity market and a weak dollar next to other currencies overseas supported the rupee. The rupee had decreased by 13 paise to conclusion at 67.20 alongside the American currency in yesterday's buy and sell owing to sustained dollar demand from banks and importers.
For now, the benchmark BSE Sensex recovered 58.07 points or 0.20 per cent to 27,804.73 in early business. The merchandise exports totaled $22.57 billion as alongside $22.28 billion in the similar month previous year. Ashutosh Raina of HDFC Bank has conveyed that, "the markets emerge to be in a consolidation phase, moving in tight ranges subsequent to the recent failed Turkey coup. The USD-INR pair following briefly trading below 66.90/dollar, is reverse in the 67-67.50/dollar buying and selling range. He also further conveyed that, the pair is expected to buy and sell in this range with support expected at lower levels.