MUMBAI, Aug 23 (Reuters) – The Indian rupee fell to its
lowest in more than eight months on Friday morning tracking
weakness in other regional currencies, while concerns over
flagging domestic growth also weighed on sentiment.
Foreign portfolio outflows from the equity markets are also
hurting the rupee.
By 0352 GMT, the partially convertible rupee was
trading at 72.04/05 per dollar, its weakest level since Dec. 14.
Almost all Asian currencies were trading weaker against the
(Reporting by Swati Bhat; editing by Gopakumar Warrier)
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