The rupee traded at 74.31, hitting 11 pi against the US dollar on January 7, following domestic market gains.
In foreign currencies, the Rupee edged up to 74.31 after opening against the US dollar at 74.41, gaining 11 waves since its final close.
In the previous session, the rupee paid 74.42 against the US dollar.
The dollar index, which measures the strength of the currency against a basket of six gains, fell 0.11% to 96.21.
Forex traders say there is growing concern about the coronavirus omicron divergence, it is affecting the recovery of the economy, and low oil prices have placed a heavy burden on the region’s land and it was forbidden to take an interest in it.
Meanwhile, in the domestic market, the 30-week Sensex gained 475.91 points or 0.80% to close at 60,077.75, and the NSE Nifty closed at 17,885.70, up 139. 80 points, or 0.79%.
Global benchmark Brent crude oil futures rose 0.65% to $ 82.52 per barrel.
According to the exchange data, foreign companies sold shares worth Rs 192.67 billion in market capitalization on January 6.