Rupee touched the 52.6 per dollar mark for the first time in thirty two and a half months on tuesday as domestic equities weakened and oil importers bought dollars. The rupee slid past 52.6 against the dollar in opening trades on Tuesday, dropping to its lowest level in history since march 2009.
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Rupee hits 52.6 per Dollar and its new record low since March 2009
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