Indian rupee hits record low before central bank lends support

MUMBAI (Reuters) – The Indian rupee fell past 64 to the dollar for the first time on Tuesday and bond yields spiked to a five-year high before the central bank stepped in to support the currency, as Asia’s third-largest economy bore the brunt of the global emerging markets selloff.

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