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Maggi noodles, Maruti Alto, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Gold price, more on November 09, 2015

Tue November 10 2015, 1:21 pm
  • maggi noodles, maggi noodles back, maggi noodles latest news

    Popular instant noodles Maggi is back on the shelves in select markets from Monday, five months after it was banned for allegedly containing lead beyond the permissible limit, with Nestle India preparing a staggered roll out except in eight states where it is still not allowed. (09/11/2015)

  • Maruti Alto

    Maruti Suzuki India's entry level car Alto has become the best ever selling model in India with a cumulative total of more than 29 lakh units sold over a period of 15 years, overtaking its now phased-out M800. (09/11/2015)

  • BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty

    The BSE Sensex, which plunged by 600 points in a knee jerk reaction to the BJP's Bihar loss in early trade, recovered some ground but still settled 144 points down at 26,121 as Arun Jaitley's remarks on reforms and Fitch's on the country's economic outlook soothed some nerves. (09/11/2015)

  • Gold, Gold prices, gold rate, silver rate, silver price

    Gold prices rebounded by Rs 120 to Rs 26,230 at the bullion market on Monday as buying activity from jewellers as well as retailers picked up on the occasion of Dhanteras amid a firm trend overseas. Tracking gold, silver also recovered by Rs 110 to Rs 35,410 per kg on increased offtake by industrial units and coin makers. (09/11/2015)

  • Indian rupee, us dollar, rupee vs dollar

    The rupee on Monday tumbled by 68 paise to close at a nearly 8-week low of 66.44 against the American currency on persistent dollar demand from banks and importers amidst sharp fall in equities. (09/11/2015)

  • bihar assembly elections, bihar

    Bihar-Partywise vote share

  • Havells, Havells q2

    Havells Q2-Financials

  • Tata Power Q2

    Tata Power Q2-Financials

  • bse sensex

    Falling for a fourth day, BSE Sensex after dipping below the crucial 26,000-level in opening trade to touch a low of 25,656.90 staged a comeback and closed 143.84 points or 0.55 per cent down at 26,121.40. (09/11/2015)

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