On the fourth day of the week, the dollar was up 10 paise in the open market. According to the Exchange Companies Association, the open market is selling for $ 154.90 that was available last day for Rs. 154.80. Similarly, Interbank is selling for $ 154.60. It should be noted that the value of the dollar continued to rise at the beginning of last year, the dollar rose 13 paise to 93 paise in January, 13 paise to 90 paise in February and 139 to 10 paise in March.
In April 2019, the dollar hopped to Rs 141 at 50 paise. In May, it saw a colossal ascent in its cost and arrived at Rs 151. In June, the dollar broke all records and arrived at the most elevated level in history at Rs 164.
In July 2019, the dollar quit flying and after the fall of the dollar the interbank rose to Rs 160 and the open market to Rs 161.
In August 2019, the rupee challenged against the dollar and the dollar arrived at Rs 157.20. Toward the finish of September 2019, the dollar further deteriorated and arrived at Rs 156.40. Toward the finish of October 2019, the estimation of the rupee improved further and the dollar was esteemed at Rs 155.70. Toward the finish of November 2019, the dollar was purchased at 155.25 and the deal cost at 155.65. For as long as a half year the dollar has been seeing a consistent decay and the rupee has fallen by 9 bucks.