Move over taper tantrum. The Indian rupee looks set to outpace losses seen in 2013 as efforts by policy makers to stem its rout fall flat in the face of rising oil prices and relentless foreign outflows.
The rupee Thursday ended almost flat at 72.59 to the US dollar today after initial strong gains were erased by fag-end dollar demand from importers despite government measures to stem currency volatility.
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