The gains in the rupee were capped by crude oil hitting the USD 60 per barrel mark, forex brokers said.
She assured international investors at an interaction session that the government was continuously working to bring reforms.
Asia’s third-largest economy is currently growing at its slowest pace in 6 years, expanding by just 5 pc in the April-June quarter.
A few companies, especially with exposure to the realty space, may face problems in the future, said HDFC's Aditya Puri.
The government should take these measures, although this may increase the fiscal deficit, said the Godrej Group Chairman.
The main agenda of this meeting is to discuss measures to revive the economy and push up investments.
India’s economic growth in April-June fell to a six year low of 5 per cent.
The government also announced a slew of measures to boost exports and real estate sector.
ADB maintained India’s 7.2 per cent growth projection for next year.
RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das also reinforced his dovish bias due to weak inflation and negative output gap.