The dollar soared to break all records, rising to Rs 215.25 from Rs 210.95.
According to the details, the dollar has established a new high level in the interbank market. On the first day of the business week, there was strong pressure on the rupee. In a single day, the dollar has increased by 4 rupees 30 paise from 210.95 rupees to a high level of 215 rupees 25 paise in the same day. The dollar set a new high of 215 rupees 25 paise for the first time in the interbank market.
Experts said that due to the trade deficit and current account deficit, pressure is being seen on the rupee. Since the new government came, the dollar has become more expensive by 33 rupees 23 paise in the interbank market.
On 12 April 22, the dollar was worth 182.02 rupees in the interbank, in 3 months and 10 days, the dollar has become expensive by 33 rupees 23 paise in the interbank.