Rupee, Sensex Gold Price, Railway Freight Revenue on Dec 17, 2013

Tue Dec 17 2013, 20:44 hrs
At the interbank foreign exchange market, Rupee opened lower at 61.75 a US dollar. It gradually moved to a low of 62.03 before settling at 62.01, a fall of 28 paise or 0.45 per cent. Yesterday, it rose 39 paise. (Graph:PTI)
At the interbank foreign exchange market, Rupee opened lower at 61.75 a US dollar. It gradually moved to a low of 62.03 before settling at 62.01, a fall of 28 paise or 0.45 per cent. Yesterday, it rose 39 paise. (Graph:PTI)
The 30-share BSE Sensex closed down 47.38 points, or 0.23 per cent, at 20,612.14 as 14 stocks declined while 16 rose. The initial gains on BSE Sensex today were also lost on weak opening in European stock markets (Graph:PTI)
The 30-share BSE Sensex closed down 47.38 points, or 0.23 per cent, at 20,612.14 as 14 stocks declined while 16 rose. The initial gains on BSE Sensex today were also lost on weak opening in European stock markets (Graph:PTI)
After a brief respite, Rupee slipped below the 62 level against the US dollar today, falling 28 paise ahead of the RBI's policy review and the two-day US Federal Reserve meeting. (Graph:PTI)
After a brief respite, Rupee slipped below the 62 level against the US dollar today, falling 28 paise ahead of the RBI's policy review and the two-day US Federal Reserve meeting. (Graph:PTI)
Railways have earned Rs 59,069.73 cr from freight traffic during April-Nov 2013 as compared to Rs 53,923.37 cr during the corresponding period last year, registering an increase of 7.91 per cent.(Graph:PTI)
Railways have earned Rs 59,069.73 cr from freight traffic during April-Nov 2013 as compared to Rs 53,923.37 cr during the corresponding period last year, registering an increase of 7.91 per cent.(Graph:PTI)
Rate-sensitive banking, realty and auto shares were worst hit while defensive bets like healthcare and FMCG scrips saw buying.(Graph:PTI)
Rate-sensitive banking, realty and auto shares were worst hit while defensive bets like healthcare and FMCG scrips saw buying.(Graph:PTI)
Divergent trends were witnessed on the bullion market as gold price fell further by Rs 280 to Rs 30,400 per ten grams on sustained selling, while silver surged by Rs 1,080 to Rs 45,080 per kg on increased offtake by industrial units. (Graph:PTI)
Divergent trends were witnessed on the bullion market as gold price fell further by Rs 280 to Rs 30,400 per ten grams on sustained selling, while silver surged by Rs 1,080 to Rs 45,080 per kg on increased offtake by industrial units. (Graph:PTI)
The benchmark BSE Sensex erased initial gains and ended over 47 points down, logging losses for the sixth day in a row, as investors grew nervous ahead of RBI's policy review meet where it is expected to hike rates. (Graph:PTI)
The benchmark BSE Sensex erased initial gains and ended over 47 points down, logging losses for the sixth day in a row, as investors grew nervous ahead of RBI's policy review meet where it is expected to hike rates. (Graph:PTI)
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