Rupee gains higher 17 paise to 67.15 against US Dollar


New Delhi: On Monday the rupee makes stronger 17 paise to 67.15 against the dollar in the forex market on augmented advertising of the US exchange by banks and exporters. Dealers conveyed that a superior opening in the household equity market among expects of pick-up in foreign capital inflows and a deteriorating dollar alongside supplementary currencies abroad supplementary to the rupee's gains. On Friday, the rupee had risen 20 paise to settle at 1-1/2 week high of 67.32 on unrelenting dollar selling amid firm equities.

Pramit Brahmbhatt of Veracity conveyed that, "Rupee to do business with optimistic bias and force continue to take cues from the household fairness market where we will see optimism existing. He further conveyed that, Buying and selling assortment for the day will be 67-67.50/dollar. On Friday dollar cut down adjacent to the euro owing to decrease prospect of a US interest-rate hike this year. The benchmark BSE Sensex rallied 201.10 points, or 0.74 per cent, to 27,346.01 in early buy and sell these days.