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"Going forward, next week FOMC meeting and India's union budget will keep rupee on an edge. Also a major development on China coronavirus can be a spoilsport. Overall for next week, USD/INR is expected to trade in a range which crucial supports placed at 71.05 and 71.60 can act as a major resistances," Rahul Gupta, Head of Research - Currency, Emkay Global Financial Services said. … [Read more...] about Rupee falls by 7 paise to end at 71.33 against US dollar
This push comes at a crucial time, Griffiths says. When she launched her brand in 2013, Knix was one of just three period underwear brands on the market, including Thinx and Dear Kate. Now, however, the industry has exploded, with dozens of period underwear brands popping up on Amazon search results. The vast majority don’t offer any details at all about what materials are in their products. And yet, there are many different ways to construct period underwear, ranging from picking absorbent fabrics to coating fabrics with chemicals that make them more absorbent or moisture wicking. In the case of Knix’s leakproof underwear, the company uses materials that are inherently absorbent, since a chemical treatment may wash off, making the product less durable. Instead, the gusset of Knix underwear features a fabric made of cotton, woven with carbon and spandex that contains microscopic holes in it that make it extra absorbent. “People tend to think that all period underwear … [Read more...] about Period underwear could be toxic. Should it be regulated?