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MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA - NOVEMBER 08: A close-up view of a 500 Rupee note after India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the discontinuation of 500 and 1000 Rupee currency notes as legal tender as of midnight in a bid to curb corruption, black money and fake currency, on November 8, 2016 in Mumbai, India. India will soon be introducing new notes of 2000 and 500 Rupee denominations that will be Braille compliant. (Photo by Rubina A. Khan/Getty Images)

MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA  - NOVEMBER 08: A close-up view of a 500 Rupee note after India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the discontinuation of 500 and 1000 Rupee currency notes as legal tender as of midnight in a bid to curb corruption, black money and fake currency, on November 8, 2016 in Mumbai, India. India will soon be introducing new notes of 2000 and 500 Rupee denominations that will be Braille compliant. (Photo by Rubina A. Khan/Getty Images)

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MUMBAI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 08: A close-up view of a 1000 Rupee note after India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the discontinuation of 500 and 1000 Rupee currency notes as legal tender as of midnight in a bid to curb corruption, black money and fake currency, on November 8, 2016 in Mumbai, India. India will soon be introducing new notes of 2000 and 500 Rupee denominations that will be Braille compliant. (Photo by Rubina A. Khan/Getty Images)

MUMBAI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 08: A close-up view of a 1000 Rupee note after India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the discontinuation of 500 and 1000 Rupee currency notes as legal tender as of midnight in a bid to curb corruption, black money and fake currency, on November 8, 2016 in Mumbai, India. India will soon be introducing new notes of 2000 and 500 Rupee denominations that will be Braille compliant. (Photo by Rubina A. Khan/Getty Images)

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MUMBAI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 08: A close-up view of a 1000 Rupee note after India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the discontinuation of 500 and 1000 Rupee currency notes as legal tender as of midnight in a bid to curb corruption, black money and fake currency, on November 8, 2016 in Mumbai, India. India will soon be introducing new notes of 2000 and 500 Rupee denominations that will be Braille compliant. (Photo by Rubina A. Khan/Getty Images)

MUMBAI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 08: A close-up view of a 1000 Rupee note after India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the discontinuation of 500 and 1000 Rupee currency notes as legal tender as of midnight in a bid to curb corruption, black money and fake currency, on November 8, 2016 in Mumbai, India. India will soon be introducing new notes of 2000 and 500 Rupee denominations that will be Braille compliant. (Photo by Rubina A. Khan/Getty Images)

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An Indian forex dealer counts INR 1000 currency notes in Mumbai on August 25, 2015. The Indian rupee recovered by 26 paise to reach 66.39 against the dollar on the Interbank Foreign Exchange in early trade. Dealers said fresh selling of the US currency by exporters and banks, the weakening of the dollar overseas and gains across stock markets supported the domestic currency. AFP PHOTO/ INDRANIL MUKHERJEE (Photo credit should read INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images)

An Indian forex dealer counts INR 1000 currency notes in Mumbai on August 25, 2015. The Indian rupee recovered by 26 paise to reach 66.39 against the dollar on the Interbank Foreign Exchange in early trade. Dealers said fresh selling of the US currency by exporters and banks, the weakening of the dollar overseas and gains across stock markets supported the domestic currency.  AFP PHOTO/ INDRANIL MUKHERJEE        (Photo credit should read INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images)

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A customer counts Indian rupee banknotes at the Umedmal Tilokchand Zaveri jewelry store during the festival of Dhanteras, two days before Diwali, in the Zaveri Bazaar area of Mumbai, India, on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. The festival of Dhanteras, which falls on November 9, is the biggest gold-buying day in the year as it is considered to be an auspicious day to purchase bullion. Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg via Getty Images

A customer counts Indian rupee banknotes at the Umedmal Tilokchand Zaveri jewelry store during the festival of Dhanteras, two days before Diwali, in the Zaveri Bazaar area of Mumbai, India, on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. The festival of Dhanteras, which falls on November 9, is the biggest gold-buying day in the year as it is considered to be an auspicious day to purchase bullion. Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg via Getty Images