The Indian rupee hit a one-month low on Monday and posted its worst single-day fall since March 20, weighed down by good dollar demand from oil and gas importers and as tension in Ukraine kept global markets on the edge. Still, broader falls in the rupee were capped as domestic shares hit record highs, surpassing previous all-time highs hit on April 10, as banks rallied ahead of their financial results starting this week. The partially convertible rupee closed at 60.59/60 per dollar after hitting 60.61, it’s lowest since March 24 and weaker than Thursday’s close of 60.29/30. The unit fell 0.5 percent, its biggest single-day fall since March 20.
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