In the interbank market, the dollar rose by 58 paise, reaching a new high of 180 rupees 65 paise.
According to the details, after the dollar rose by 58 paise in the interbank market, it reached a new high of 180 rupees 65 paise. In two weeks, the dollar has risen by 3 rupees 15 paise in the interbank market.
Economists say the rupee is under pressure to raise import bills and pay off external debt. External debt and other payments of 38 380 million have been made.
Economists further say that 5 1.5 billion has been disbursed so far in the last five weeks. The continued depreciation of foreign exchange reserves has put pressure on the rupee. The rising dollar also increases inflation. It is to be noted that the dollar had gone up by 61 paise in the interbank market yesterday.