Despite closing at fresh 15-week high in yesterday's trade, the spot rupee started this morning lower by 4 paise at 66.74 as against the US dollar.
On the Monday, the domestic currency ended with a gain of 12 paise at 66.70.
So far, the Indian rupee has hit a low of 66.81, and is now down 5 paise at 66.76.
Meanwhile, March currency futures are quoted at 66.99 - down 3 paise.
The counter has seen trades of around 1,30,778 contracts, while the open interest has increased 0.4 percent on the NSE.
Compared to the European-currency, the Indian rupee is also down 9 paise at 70.70.
Please rate this news :
Login below to leave a comment:
ITC declines after govt divests part stake