Published on 23/10/2020 12:10:48 PM | Source: HDFC securities Ltd

Rupee Gains On Foreign Fund Inflows - HDFC Securities

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Rupee Gains On Foreign Fund Inflows   - HDFC Securities 

Indian rupee gained in line with other Asian currencies following weaker dollar index. The foreign fund inflows in domestic equity markets also supported rupee.

Spot USDINR closed at 73.54 with loss of 5 paise a dollar. Foreign institutions have bought worth $2 billion equities so far this month.

Technically, spot USDINR is turned slightly positive as it closes above short term moving averages. It has the near term support at 73 and resistance at 74.

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USDINR October futures closed above short term moving averages.

It has formed Doji candlestick pattern suggesting indecisiveness among traders.

Momentum oscillators and indicators turned positive on hourly and daily chart suggesting near term reversal in the trend.

The above technical evidences suggests short covering bounce may continue in coming days with higher side resistance at 74.20 and support at 73.20.

Short term traders can buy USDINR October futures around 73.50 with SL 73.30 for Target of 73.85.


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