Fixed Income And Currency Market
25 Apr 2021
INR depreciated by 0.75% against the USD to touch multi month lows. Factors like surge in covid cases, rise in inflation and rise in oil prices have driven the INR to depreciate. Fear of economic disruption due to lockdown is looming on the back of second wave of corona pandemic.
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