Fixed Income And Currency Market

14 Oct 2019

US-China Trade Deal & Brexit Optimism Boosts Market Sentiment

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INR ended the week lower against the USD after exhibiting volatility during the week amid uncertainty over US-China trade deal, rising crude oil prices, foreign fund outflows and on fears that the RBI may prevent a sharp rise in the INR through its USD buying interventions.

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