The spot rupee opened on a weak note at 63.43, down 20 paisa, as against the US dollar, key macroeconomic data and dollar demand from the custodian banks added weakness in rupee.
Thereafter, the rupee traded sideways for some part of the trading session.
Further, the rupee extended its losses and touched a low of 63.83 per dollar.
The spot rupee finally ended at 63.69/$, down 44 paisa. The Rupee has depreciated by a whopping 243 paisa so far this month.
Meanwhile, the rupee November futures also opened in negative zone at 63.52/ $, down 50 paisa from its previous close of 63.02 per dollar.
Thereafter, the rupee November futures touched a low of 64.14 per dollar.
The rupee Nov futures finally settled at 64.07/$, down 40 paisa.
The counter witnessed trades of around 10, 14,883 contracts, while, the open interest decreased over 2 per cent on the NSE.
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