12/09/2018 08:14 AST

Continuing its downward trend, the Indian rupee hit a new low of Rs72.91 to a dollar; Rs19.85 to Dh1; on Wednesday morning. The rupee has been on a down slide owing to inflationary pressure and decline among its global peers against the dollar. On Wednesday, it opened at a low of 72.78 per dollar, against the previous close 72.69 per dollar.


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APPC 47.80 942,051
SAICO 10.56 245,021
SABIC 124.00 5,999,558
ALAWWAL 14.36 4,539,375
ENAYA 16.30 180,837
ALMARAI 45.00 1,409,490
US Dollar 1.00
Saudi Riyal 3.76
Derham Emirati 3.67
Qatari Riyal 3.64
Kuwaiti Dinar 0.30
Bahraini Dinar 0.38
Omani Riyal 0.39
Euro 0.86
British Pound 0.76
Japanese Yen 112.03
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