The Indian rupee is expected to follow trends in Asian currencies this week, influenced by the US Federal Reserve meeting and domestic budget announcements.

The currency showed minimal change against the US dollar, ending at 83.1150 on Jan 25.

The dollar index remained stable with its fourth consecutive weekly gain, driven by robust US economic data and reduced bets on aggressive Fed rate cuts.

In the short term, the rupee will stay in the 82.90 to 83.25 range. India's 10-year benchmark bond yield is stable at 7.1760%.