Monday, October 10, 2011

Forex Market Analysis Updates and Tips for Forex Trading

The partially convertible rupee ended at 48.975/985 per dollar, after hitting a high of 48.895 and stronger from last Friday's close of 49.1550/1650.
Volume was low in the domestic foreign exchange market due to holidays in Japan and the United States, traders said.
"Rupee was helped higher by euro, shares and there is a view that it could go to 48.65 in coming sessions. But I have my doubts about it (the rupee's strength) looking at the global situation,"


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