Rupee trades marginally higher against US dollar

So far this year, the rupee has weakened 7%, while foreign investors have sold $410.30 million and $5.62 billion in equity and debt markets, respectively. Photo: Mint Mumbai:The Indian rupee on Wednesday was trading marginally higher against the US dollar, tracking gains in local equity markets. At 9.12am, the rupee was trading at 68.64 a dollar, up 0.05% from its previous close of 68.69. The currency opened at 68.66 a dollar. Bond yields gained for the fifth consecutive session after crude oil prices rose. Crude prices which were trading up…

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Anabolic steroids-Jack of all trades

Anabolic steroids are drugs that are made synthetically to mimic the natural androgenic or male hormone such as testosterone. They are extensively employed by sportspersons especially athletes and weightlifters and even the footballers with the hope to enhance the androgenic properties of power and aggressiveness in themselves. Athletes desire to gain speed and vigor. These steroids have gained more fame with an exponential increase in the fitness enthusiasts all over the world. They are essentially produced by altering the structure of testosterone at various locations most of the times to…

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