Core industries, Real estate, Indian rupee, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Gold price on June 30, 2014

Mon Jun 30 2014, 19:07 hrs
After showing some signs of recovery in April, growth in the output of eight core industries slowed to 2.3 per cent in May as against 5.9 per cent in same month a year ago. Growth in the sector, which has a combined weight of about 38 per cent in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP), was 4.2 per cent in April. Graph: PTI
After showing some signs of recovery in April, growth in the output of eight core industries slowed to 2.3 per cent in May as against 5.9 per cent in same month a year ago. Growth in the sector, which has a combined weight of about 38 per cent in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP), was 4.2 per cent in April. Graph: PTI
Hyderabad and Bangalore are two of the most coveted regions for investment in the residential and commercial property market in India. Cities with a high level of job creation continue to see high volumes of real estate supply and absorption. Earlier, Mumbai and Delhi attracted the most talent from rural areas. Today, cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Gurgaon have taken lead positions and are all set to overtake Mumbai and Delhi. Graph: PTI
Hyderabad and Bangalore are two of the most coveted regions for investment in the residential and commercial property market in India. Cities with a high level of job creation continue to see high volumes of real estate supply and absorption. Earlier, Mumbai and Delhi attracted the most talent from rural areas. Today, cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Gurgaon have taken lead positions and are all set to overtake Mumbai and Delhi. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. The rupee today fell nine paise to end at 60.17 against the dollar, completing its worst monthly show since August and its first quarterly drop in three. Ignoring firm local equities, the rupee weakened following fresh dollar demand from importers. However, continued capital inflows and a weak dollar overseas restricted the rupee fall to some extent, forex dealers said. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. The rupee today fell nine paise to end at 60.17 against the dollar, completing its worst monthly show since August and its first quarterly drop in three. Ignoring firm local equities, the rupee weakened following fresh dollar demand from importers. However, continued capital inflows and a weak dollar overseas restricted the rupee fall to some extent, forex dealers said. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The rupee today fell nine paise to end at 60.17 against the dollar, completing its worst monthly show since August and its first quarterly drop in three. Ignoring firm local equities, the rupee weakened following fresh dollar demand from importers. However, continued capital inflows and a weak dollar overseas restricted the rupee fall to some extent, forex dealers said. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The rupee today fell nine paise to end at 60.17 against the dollar, completing its worst monthly show since August and its first quarterly drop in three. Ignoring firm local equities, the rupee weakened following fresh dollar demand from importers. However, continued capital inflows and a weak dollar overseas restricted the rupee fall to some extent, forex dealers said. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. he Sensex today wrapped up the best quarterly gain in almost five years after rallying 314 points today on hopes of strong economic reforms in the first budget under the Narendra Modi government. Fall in global crude oil prices also boosted the market sentiment to some extent, dealers said. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. he Sensex today wrapped up the best quarterly gain in almost five years after rallying 314 points today on hopes of strong economic reforms in the first budget under the Narendra Modi government. Fall in global crude oil prices also boosted the market sentiment to some extent, dealers said. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. ICICI Bank, Larsen & Toubro, ITC, ONGC, HDFC, Sun Pharma, SBI, TCS, Infosys and HDFC were the major gainers in Sensex that ended at nearly two-week high levels today. The BSE Sensex resumed higher at 25,179.55 and firmed up further to a high of 25,460.96 before settling at 25,413.78, its best closing since June 17. It notched up a rise of 313.86 points or 1.25 per cent, today. It had gained over 37 points on Friday. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. ICICI Bank, Larsen & Toubro, ITC, ONGC, HDFC, Sun Pharma, SBI, TCS, Infosys and HDFC were the major gainers in Sensex that ended at nearly two-week high levels today. The BSE Sensex resumed higher at 25,179.55 and firmed up further to a high of 25,460.96 before settling at 25,413.78, its best closing since June 17. It notched up a rise of 313.86 points or 1.25 per cent, today. It had gained over 37 points on Friday. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. For the quarter ended June 30, the Sensex rose 3,027.51 points or 13.5 per cent on the back of robust inflows as the BJP government stormed to power at the Centre after polls. This was the best quarter since the index rose by 18 per cent in September 2009 quarter. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. For the quarter ended June 30, the Sensex rose 3,027.51 points or 13.5 per cent on the back of robust inflows as the BJP government stormed to power at the Centre after polls. This was the best quarter since the index rose by 18 per cent in September 2009 quarter. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold prices declined in lacklustre trade on the domestic bullion market here today due to reduced off-take by jewellery stockists as well as poor local buying. Silver dropped sharply on the back of heavy unwinding from speculators, coupled with sluggish industrial demand. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold prices declined in lacklustre trade on the domestic bullion market here today due to reduced off-take by jewellery stockists as well as poor local buying. Silver dropped sharply on the back of heavy unwinding from speculators, coupled with sluggish industrial demand. Graph: PTI
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