Foreign Exchange Earnings, Gold imports, Gold price, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Indian rupee, on Jan 07, 2014

Tue Jan 07 2014, 19:17 hrs
The Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEEs) from tourism in the country have registered a positive growth over the years. Graph: PTI
The Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEEs) from tourism in the country have registered a positive growth over the years. Graph: PTI
Decision to cut gold import duty likely to be taken any time this month and rules on exports may also be relaxed. Graph: PTI
Decision to cut gold import duty likely to be taken any time this month and rules on exports may also be relaxed. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold prices steadied below a three-week high, attempting to extend gains to a sixth straight session, as funds rebalance weightings of gold at the start of the year, but gains were limited by a slightly higher dollar and firmer stock markets. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold prices steadied below a three-week high, attempting to extend gains to a sixth straight session, as funds rebalance weightings of gold at the start of the year, but gains were limited by a slightly higher dollar and firmer stock markets. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. Sliding for the fifth straight day, the BSE Sensex today wiped out initial gains to end 94 points down at its lowest levels in three weeks on a bout of late selling in bluechips including Infosys, RIL and Tata Steel. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. Sliding for the fifth straight day, the BSE Sensex today wiped out initial gains to end 94 points down at its lowest levels in three weeks on a bout of late selling in bluechips including Infosys, RIL and Tata Steel. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. Infosys (1.62 per cent), RIL (1.49 per cent) and TCS (1.4 per cent) contributed most to the decline in BSE Sensex. Tata Steel, Tata Power and Hindalco led the 18 index stocks lower. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. Infosys (1.62 per cent), RIL (1.49 per cent) and TCS (1.4 per cent) contributed most to the decline in BSE Sensex. Tata Steel, Tata Power and Hindalco led the 18 index stocks lower. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. On the similar lines, the 50-share NSE index Nifty also moved down by 29.20 points, or 0.47 per cent, to 6,162.25, after touching the day's high of 6,221.50. Also, SX40 index, the flagship index of MCX-SX, closed 52.78 points down at 12,338.18. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. On the similar lines, the 50-share NSE index Nifty also moved down by 29.20 points, or 0.47 per cent, to 6,162.25, after touching the day's high of 6,221.50. Also, SX40 index, the flagship index of MCX-SX, closed 52.78 points down at 12,338.18. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. The Indian rupee recovered from losses after trading in a narrow range and closed one paisa higher at 62.30 against the US dollar as exporters sold the US currency, which was stable overseas. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. The Indian rupee recovered from losses after trading in a narrow range and closed one paisa higher at 62.30 against the US dollar as exporters sold the US currency, which was stable overseas. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The Indian rupee opened lower at 62.40 a US dollar from yesterday's close of 62.31 and declined further to a low of 62.47 on early dollar demand from importers and weakness in domestic stocks. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The Indian rupee opened lower at 62.40 a US dollar from yesterday's close of 62.31 and declined further to a low of 62.47 on early dollar demand from importers and weakness in domestic stocks. Graph: PTI
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