The currency snapped a six-day decline after the Indian central bank said on Tuesday that it will sell dollars and raise interest rates on locally-held foreign-currency deposits to attract money from abroad.
The central bank said it plans to sell dollars through its agent banks or directly to meet demand- supply gaps after the rupee
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