Mumbai: On Thursday the Indian rupee opens higher 7 paise to Rs 64.03 against the US Dollar selling by banks and foreign fund inflows.
Forex dealers also conveyed that the American currency slide next to some currencies abroad and domestic stock market place commencing firm assisted rupee.
They further added that yesterday FPIs rolled users in equity and debt markets following two days of selling which supported rupee.
Day before today the Rupee grew marginally by 2 paise to 64.10 next to the US dollar. Today the Global benchmark BSE Sensex grew 114.94 points, or 0.36 per cent, to 31,776.91 in the near the beginning deal.