* Rupee ends at 53.135/145 vs Monday's close of 53.285/295 * Rupee seen in 52.80-53.50/dlr range this week * Global uncertainty, local dollar demand could weigh By Shamik Paul MUMBAI, Feb 5 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee strengthened to its highest closing level in three-and-a-half months on Tuesday, helped by foreign inflows ahead of the government stake sale in state-run power producer NPTC, although weak domestic shares and demand ...
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