BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Silver, Iraq, Indian rupee, GSM subscribers on June 17, 2014

Tue Jun 17 2014, 20:44 hrs
The Indian rupee snapped two sessions of falls and recovered from a near two-month low against the US dollar on Tuesday after the Governor Raghuram Rajan-led RBI was spotted selling dollars via state-run banks and its governor assured markets that India was better prepared to deal with external shocks. Graph: PTI
The Indian rupee snapped two sessions of falls and recovered from a near two-month low against the US dollar on Tuesday after the Governor Raghuram Rajan-led RBI was spotted selling dollars via state-run banks and its governor assured markets that India was better prepared to deal with external shocks. Graph: PTI
Silver fell back owing to speculative selling, coupled with subdued industrial off-take. Silver (.999 fineness) tanked by Rs 365 to finish at Rs 42,785 per kg as compared to Rs 43,150 yesterday. Graph: PTI
Silver fell back owing to speculative selling, coupled with subdued industrial off-take. Silver (.999 fineness) tanked by Rs 365 to finish at Rs 42,785 per kg as compared to Rs 43,150 yesterday. Graph: PTI
Bharti Airtel and Uninor led subscriber additions in May, when the GSM base in the country grew marginally to 73.3 crore with 61.9 lakh new mobile users, the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) said today. Graph: PTI
Bharti Airtel and Uninor led subscriber additions in May, when the GSM base in the country grew marginally to 73.3 crore with 61.9 lakh new mobile users, the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) said today. Graph: PTI
The benchmark BSE Sensex today rose for the first time in three days and ended about 331 points up at 25,521.19 on heavy buying in the last hour on fund-based activity in RIL, ICICI Bank, ONGC and L&T shares, amid some recovery in the rupee. Graph: PTI
The benchmark BSE Sensex today rose for the first time in three days and ended about 331 points up at 25,521.19 on heavy buying in the last hour on fund-based activity in RIL, ICICI Bank, ONGC and L&T shares, amid some recovery in the rupee. Graph: PTI
Al-Qaeda-inspired insurgents battled government forces in several locations across Iraq on Monday, as the United Nations said the insurgents almost certainly had committed war crimes by carrying out “cold-blooded executions” in their drive for power. Graph: PTI
Al-Qaeda-inspired insurgents battled government forces in several locations across Iraq on Monday, as the United Nations said the insurgents almost certainly had committed war crimes by carrying out “cold-blooded executions” in their drive for power. Graph: PTI
The Indian rupee today appreciated for the first time in three days against the dollar and ended 13 paise up at 60.03 boosted by late surge in local equities and comments by RBI Governor that India is better prepared to deal with any fallout from the ongoing Iraq crisis. Graph: PTI
The Indian rupee today appreciated for the first time in three days against the dollar and ended 13 paise up at 60.03 boosted by late surge in local equities and comments by RBI Governor that India is better prepared to deal with any fallout from the ongoing Iraq crisis. Graph: PTI
A final hour sharp ascend by bulls led the benchmark Nifty to regain the important 7,600-level by gaining 98.15 at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) today. Graph: PTI
A final hour sharp ascend by bulls led the benchmark Nifty to regain the important 7,600-level by gaining 98.15 at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) today. Graph: PTI
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