trading range for the day is 72.65-73.13.
# USDINR traded in range on news of India, China reaching an accord on the pullback of troops
# India, China agree to disengage from disputed Himalayan lake
# INR supported by inflows; FIs buy net $3.3 billion of Indian equities in Feb
# EURINR trading range for the day is 88.06-88.71.
# Euro traded in range as pressure seen after Germany plans to extend lockdown until March 14
# French industrial production declined for the second straight month in December, data from the statistical office Insee showed
# Germany's consumer price inflation turned positive for the first time in seven months in January
# GBPINR trading range for the day is 100.49-101.09.
# GBP prices traded in a tight range as Britain’s speedy coronavirus inoculation program supported the currency.
# GBP has gained broadly in the past few weeks amid optimism over Britain’s rapid COVID-19 vaccination roll-out
# The Bank of England’s upbeat forecast that the British economy will regain its pre-pandemic size by the first quarter of 2022.
# JPYINR trading range for the day is 69.46-69.84.
# JPY traded in range as the US dollar held after data showed a rise in the US budget deficit.
# Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said that the country would begin COVID-19 vaccinations from the middle of next week
# BOJ policymaker highlights cost of huge asset buying, signals tweak in March review
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China agree to pull back but can we trust ? looking at previous experience.Like 0