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Rupee sees high volatility against dollar post-Fed policy decision to leave key interest rates unchanged

Firstpost Thursday, 20 June 2019
The rupee opened strong at 69.47 at the interbank forex market, but lost ground and touched 69.67 per dollar, displaying gains of just 1 paise against the greenback.
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