Rupee gains 5 paise against dollar in early trade
The current latest news is that the Indian rupee is recovered by 5 paise to 67.11 against the US American dollar in early trade on Tuesday at the Inter bank Foreign Exchange market place upon fresh marketing of the United States currency by the banks and exporters.
Usually, the value of a currency against another will be decided depending on the demand. When people purchase the currency, the currency becomes stronger and vice-versa. The similar process goes on for the dollar and the rupee rate. The current gain of the rupee is because there have been great arrivals of foreign money, and since all that currency has to be converted to rupees, the value of the rupee has raised up.
Some of the Forex dealers said a higher opening in the domestic equity market and a wearying dollar against other currencies out of the country sustained the rupee value. On Monday, the Indian rupee move back from its one-week high to nearby 13 paise worse at 67.16 against the US currency dollar on fresh sessions of dollar demand from traders.
In fact, there could be several factors that can influence the alteration in the value of either Indian rupee or the US dollar. If the value of currency is gone to market forces, then the factors that influence the currency value include economic development, forte of the economy, inflation rate, etc. If all these above-mentioned factors are quite complimentary, then it is more than probable that the value of that currency will eventually upsurge as people have confidence and trust in the country and will capitalize huge currency.
However, it is good news that India has gained some more value against the dollar for the time being. In the meantime, the benchmark BSE Sensex increased by 111.60 points, or 0.41 per cent, to 26,837.20 in early trade according to the Sensex reports emerged on Tuesday.