This morning’s results are in, and the country’s daily average of 1,827.42 rupees ($17.16) is the highest ever recorded.
The figures are also the highest for any day since the end of September, when 1,798.72 rupees was recorded.
This morning’s morning’s average is the best since January, when 3,892.23 rupees (or 5.87%) was recorded in a single day.
This morning, the highest single day figure was in March of 2009 when 3 of 7 days had the highest daily figure.
The lowest single day number was in December of 2010 when 3 out of 7 day were recorded with a daily figure of 1.30 rupees.
Here are the top three morning numbers since September: 1,972.82 rupees in November, 1,870.50 rupees on September 29, 1.75 rupees yesterday, and 1.56 rupees today.
These figures are the highest since November, when the daily figure was 1,728.94 rupees, the lowest since January of 2015, when a daily average was 1.47 rupees per day.
For the second consecutive day, India’s morning average has surpassed the daily average.
On Friday, 1:30am, the average daily figure stood at 1,725.36 rupees and was set to fall to 1,769.50 in the afternoon.
The number of daily daily hours recorded on September 30 was the highest in over six months, with 1,755.97 hours.
This is the largest number of hours ever recorded on this day in India, surpassing the daily hours of 915.55 hours recorded at 9:40am on September 23.
This afternoon’s daily number is the lowest ever recorded at 1.59 rupees an hour.
This is the second highest number of morning hours in India.
The previous record was set on October 9, with a number of 1:24 hours, when 6,914.25 hours was recorded as the daily daily average for that day.