New Delhi: The rupee started solidly on Tuesday. Today, the rupee depreciated 15 paise, to a level of 69.50 against the dollar. On Monday, the rupee closed at a level of Rs 69.65 with 18 paise weakness against the dollar.
The demand is fulfilled in this way
As per the information received from the sources, the price of the rupee depends entirely on the demand and supply of the same. It also affects imports and exports. In fact, every country has reserves of the currency of other countries, making transactions that deal with it. It is called foreign exchange reserves. From time to time, the data is released on behalf of the Reserve Bank. The declining and rising foreign exchange reserves affect the currency of that country.
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This kind of strengthens the rupee
With this, let us dollar have a status of global currency. This means that the value of most of the things that are exported is repaid in dollars. That is why the rupee price against the dollar shows that the Indian currency is strong or weak. The US dollar is considered a global currency, as most countries in the world use the same in international trade. It is easily acceptable in most places.
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