The Indian rupee continued to falter, retreating from an eight-month high hit last week, to post its second consecutive weekly fall after data showed the trade deficit widened to a five-month high in March. The data – showing the trade deficit widening to $10.5 billion from $8.13 billion in February on the back of falling exports – revived concerns about the current account deficit after a recent sharp narrowing. Investors will now be closely eyeing the consumer inflation data due on Tuesday, as well as the start of corporate earnings results next week, for a better snapshot of the domestic economy.
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