The Indian rupee closed little changed on Thursday as gains in the domestic share market were offset by the euro’s fall versus the greenback. The demand-supply in the market was also adequately matched, holding the pair in a fairly tight range for most of the day. Euro’s losses versus the dollar limit sharp upside in rupee Shares edge up for third day on rate cut hopes after WPI.
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