BSE Sensex, rupee vs dollar, India and Bhutan trade, gold price on June 16,2014

Mon Jun 16 2014, 22:25 hrs
The BSE Sensex falls 0.19 percent to its lowest level since June 5 while the broader Nifty is 0.25 percent lower, heading for their second straight day of declines. Graph: PTI
The BSE Sensex falls 0.19 percent to its lowest level since June 5 while the broader Nifty is 0.25 percent lower, heading for their second straight day of declines. Graph: PTI
The Indian rupee today slipped below 60-mark and closed sharply down by 39 paise at a six-week low of 60.16 against the dollar on sustained demand of the American currency from oil importers, amid rising oil prices. Graph: PTI
The Indian rupee today slipped below 60-mark and closed sharply down by 39 paise at a six-week low of 60.16 against the dollar on sustained demand of the American currency from oil importers, amid rising oil prices. Graph: PTI
Gold strengthened further at the domestic bullion market today on persistent off-take by stockists propelled by higher global cues. Graph: PTI
Gold strengthened further at the domestic bullion market today on persistent off-take by stockists propelled by higher global cues. Graph: PTI
Hailing Bhutan as a rich source of clean energy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India will give a boost to cooperative partnership in this area as he laid the foundation stone of the 600 MW Kholongchu Hydroelectric Project to be built jointly. Graph: PTI
Hailing Bhutan as a rich source of clean energy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India will give a boost to cooperative partnership in this area as he laid the foundation stone of the 600 MW Kholongchu Hydroelectric Project to be built jointly. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex today fell for the second session and ended 37.69 points down at 25,190.48, its lowest level in over ten days, as banking shares slipped after May wholesale inflation surged, amid a weak rupee. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex today fell for the second session and ended 37.69 points down at 25,190.48, its lowest level in over ten days, as banking shares slipped after May wholesale inflation surged, amid a weak rupee. Graph: PTI
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