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USDINR closed as Mumbai takes part in the five-week long Parliament election process set to conclude in mid-May.
The International Monetary Fund predicted a global growth of 3.6% this year and 3.9% the next year.
March CPI at 8.31% against 8.1% in the previous month
March WPI at 5.7% against 4.68% in the previous month
February IIP Data at lowest level since 2013 at -1.9%.
Manufacturing sector growth shrinks by 3.7% vs 0.7%.
Factory output at 9 month low.
Retail sales in the US rose 1.1% in March from 0.7% a month earlier and ahead of expectations 0.8%.
GDP growth in China is expected to contract to 1.4% in the first quarter from 1.8% a quarter earlier.
Food articles inflation at 9.9% vs 8.12%
March WPI highest to December 2013.
Industrial production in the US grew 0.7% in March above expectations 0.5%.
Trading will resume on Friday with USDINR previous day closed 61.07.
Europe's largest economy - saw activity accelerate whereas in France, the bloc's second biggest, momentum waned.
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged ahead by a tenth of a percent.
oil prices recouped some of the losses suffered after U.S. crude inventories hit a record high, with the continuing crisis in Ukraine keeping a floor under the market.
The latest performance of manufacturing indexes showed euro zone businesses enjoyed the best month in nearly three years, led by a jump in Germany.
Fx reserve not enough for external shocks
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