Congress manifesto, Lok Sabha polls, Indirect tax collection, Indian rupee, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Gold price on March 26, 2014

Wed Mar 26 2014, 20:19 hrs
Given how difficult it is to sell reform after decades of populism, it is not surprising that party manifestos, particularly of the Congress party, tend to be low on the reform quotient. Graph: PTI
Given how difficult it is to sell reform after decades of populism, it is not surprising that party manifestos, particularly of the Congress party, tend to be low on the reform quotient. Graph: PTI
While getting the fiscal balance right is vital to this – the FRBM has been brushed afresh – the manifesto promises there will be no repeat of Vodafone-type retroactive taxation policies; a clear policy on tax treatment of foreign firms and M&A transactions has been promised. Graph: PTI
While getting the fiscal balance right is vital to this – the FRBM has been brushed afresh – the manifesto promises there will be no repeat of Vodafone-type retroactive taxation policies; a clear policy on tax treatment of foreign firms and M&A transactions has been promised. Graph: PTI
Indirect tax collections grew by 5.6 per cent to Rs 4,41,826 crore in the April-February period of this fiscal amid a slowing economy. Graph: PTI
Indirect tax collections grew by 5.6 per cent to Rs 4,41,826 crore in the April-February period of this fiscal amid a slowing economy. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. In line with rising local equities, the rupee today firmed up by 34 paise to close at eighth-month high of 60.14 against the dollar on sustained capital inflows. Dollar selling by exporters and some banks also aided the rupee surge, a forex dealer said. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. In line with rising local equities, the rupee today firmed up by 34 paise to close at eighth-month high of 60.14 against the dollar on sustained capital inflows. Dollar selling by exporters and some banks also aided the rupee surge, a forex dealer said. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, the domestic currency resumed strong at 60.28 a dollar from last close of 60.48. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, the domestic currency resumed strong at 60.28 a dollar from last close of 60.48. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. Consistent pumping of money by foreign institutional investors lifted the BSE benchmark index Sensex and broader NSE Nifty to their lifetime closing high of 22,095.30 and 6,601.40 points respectively today. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. Consistent pumping of money by foreign institutional investors lifted the BSE benchmark index Sensex and broader NSE Nifty to their lifetime closing high of 22,095.30 and 6,601.40 points respectively today. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. The 30-share Sensex opened on a strong note and rose to historical peak of 22,172.10 points intra-day. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. The 30-share Sensex opened on a strong note and rose to historical peak of 22,172.10 points intra-day. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. The NSE Nifty, comprising 50 shares, firmed up by 11.65 points or 0.18 per cent to close above 6,600 level for the first time at 6,601.40 points. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. The NSE Nifty, comprising 50 shares, firmed up by 11.65 points or 0.18 per cent to close above 6,600 level for the first time at 6,601.40 points. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold prices continued its weak trend for the straight four sessions on sustained selling from stockists and investors amid lower retail demand despite mild recovery at the European cues. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold prices continued its weak trend for the straight four sessions on sustained selling from stockists and investors amid lower retail demand despite mild recovery at the European cues. Graph: PTI
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