The Indian rupee dropped for a third straight session on Wednesday, its worst falling streak since late-January, as profit-taking in the domestic share market by offshore investors hurt the local unit. Overseas investors, the primary drivers behind the stock market gains, sold cash shares worth 216.3 million rupees ($3.59 million) and equity derivatives worth 12.18 billion rupees on Tuesday – their second straight session of selling. The partially convertible rupee closed at 60.37/38 per dollar compared with 60.23/24 on Tuesday. The unit moved in a range of 60.20 to 60.43 during the session.
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