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A currency trader adjusts his mask at the foreign exchange dealing room of the KEB Hana Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. Shares are mostly higher in Asia after a rebound on Wall Street that reversed most losses from a sell-off the day before.

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Traders monitor computer screens with the day's exchange rate at a foreign exchange brokerage at a securities firm in Tokyo. Global financial markets remained volatile as votes are tallied in the referendum deciding if Britain is to leave the European Union.

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A man counts rupee notes at a foreign exchange shop in New Delhi. The rupee trimmed its initial gains against the US currency, but was still quoted higher by 120 paise to 67.60 per dollar in the late morning trade on selling of dollars by banks and exporters in view of steps taken by Reserve bank of India yesterday.

AP Photo/ Tsering Topgyal

Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creates a sand sculpture of rupee with a message "Save Rupee" at Puri beach of Odisha. The rupee plunges to a new record low of 68.75 per dollar in the late morning trade on persistent dollar demand from banks and importers due to further fall in equity market amidst rise in crude oil prices.

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File Photo: A shop dealing in foreign currency exchange in New Delhi. The rupee tumbled to an all-time intra-day low of 65.94 per dollar on heavy month-end demand of the US currency from importers and banks amidst sharp fall in the local equity market.It quoted 65.94 at 1300 hrs (IST) at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) Market.

AP File Photo/Tsering Topgyal

A man counts Indian Rupees at a money changers kiosk in New Delhi

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Iqbal Kaskar, brother of underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim arrives at the Smuggling and Foreign Exchange Manipulation Act office, in Mumbai.

PTI Photo/ Shashank Parade

Continuing free-fall for the sixth day in a row, rupee crashed below the psychological level of 56 against US dollar to yet another all time low on heavy demand for the American currency from importers, especially oil refiners, amid foreign fund outflows and weak equities.

AP Photo/ Rajesh Kumar Singh

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