Rupee range-bound; FIIs continue to buy shares, debt

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The rupee slipped to 60.4550/46 from previous close of 60.4335/4450.

Dollar index, a basket of currencies traded against the greenback, hit 13-month high.

But rupee supported as FIIs bought a net $105 million of debt on Monday and $60.4 million (provisionally) in shares on Tuesday.

The Nifty is trading up 0.38%, nearing record highs.

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