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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