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Recovery of Rupee Against Dollar

Recovery of Rupee Against Dollar: The local currency market had a cloudy trading activity last week while the rupee-dollar parity showed a steady trend.

On the inter-bank market, the rupee traded firm against the dollar. There was no pressure on the rupee as dollar supplies were sufficient to meet dollar demand from importers.

In the open market the rupee/dollar equality continued to show a stable trend for the second consecutive week. The rupee commenced week unchanged at Rs118.20 and Rs118.70 and traded flat throughout the week, closing the last trading session at the same level against the dollar.

Traders expect the remittance in coming weeks ahead of Ramazan and Eid-ul-Fitr will further improve dollar liquidity in the open market.

The week ongoing is on a positive note as the rupee managed to recover against the dollar, changing hands at Rs.117.80 and Rs.118.30 after trading flat at Rs.118.20 and Rs.118.70 for almost a week.

Recovery of Rupee Against Dollar
Recovery of Rupee Against Dollar

Euro

Against euro, the rupee traded firm last week after snapping previous weekend losses. Regaining strength in the week’s opening session, it commenced the week on a positive note, with euro changing hands at Rs.143.00 and Rs.144.50 against the prior weekend’s levels of Rs.143.25 and Rs.144.75.

Trading operation remained suspended on May 1, due to the closure of all banks, financial and commercial centers being Labor Day holiday.

Slight Recovery of Rupee
Slight Recovery of Rupee

The euro remained depressed against the rupee on Friday, closing the week at Rs140.80 and Rs142.50, its highest level in 6 weeks.

During the week, the euro lost Rs.2.70 on the buying counter and Rs.2.25 on the selling counter after appreciating by 1.4pc against the rupee amid variations in the month of April.

Bank Deposits Decreased By 0.86%

According to the weekly statement of position of all scheduled banks for the week ended April 20, 2018 deposits and other accounts of all scheduled banks stood at Rs.12, 186.973 billion after a 0.86 per cent decrease with previous week’s figure of Rs.12, 292.919bn.

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