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USDINR closed at 61.41 against its open at 61.62.
India's current account deficit narrowed sharply to 1.2 percent of GDP in the second quarter of the fiscal year compared to 5 percent a year ago.
Consumer price index in Germany strengthened 1.3% in November against expectations of 1.2%
ECB lowered lending rates to 0.25% to support growth and employment in the Euro zone.
Purchasing manager index for US rose 54.7 in November compared to 51.8 a month earlier while ISM manufacturing PMI rose to 57.3 in November compared to 56.4 a month earlier.
The fiscal deficit touched 4.58 trillion during April-October, or 84.4 percent of the full-year target,
Q2 GDP data came out as expected at 4.8 percent against 4.4 percent in the last quarter.
India Nov PMI rose to 51.3 Vs. 49.6 in the previous month
Indian manufacturing returned to growth last month as a strong rise in orders pushed factories to step up production
China Nov PMI rose to an 18 month high of 51.4.
Construction spending in the US also rose 0.8 percent in October compared to expectations of 0.4 percent.
Yen tumbled on speculation of further central bank easing.
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