Indian Rupee Depreciates Against U.S. Dollar
Rupee ended at 81.6, depreciating 0.34% against the U.S. dollar.
The Indian rupee ended weak on Monday, snapping a six-day winning streak against the US dollar.
The local currency appreciated 0.1% to 81.26 against the greenback, strengthening 8 paise, against Friday's close of 81.34.
However, during early trade, the rupee gave up its gains to weaken by as much as 40 paise to 81.73 against the greenback.
The rupee ended the session at 81.6, depreciating 0.34% against the U.S. dollar.
Last week, the rupee got stronger and was worth 137 paise more than it was on Friday, when it was worth 82.72.