Indian rupee, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Market Top Losers, Gold price on Dec 13, 2013

Fri Dec 13 2013, 19:13 hrs
Gold and silver prices. In the physical market, demand was lacklustre, even as jewellers struggled to get supplies in the peak wedding season.(Graph: PTI)
Gold and silver prices. In the physical market, demand was lacklustre, even as jewellers struggled to get supplies in the peak wedding season.(Graph: PTI)
Stocks fell after government data yesterday showed retail inflation soared to a nine-month high of 11.24 per cent in November and factory output shrank 1.8 per cent in October (Graph: PTI)
Stocks fell after government data yesterday showed retail inflation soared to a nine-month high of 11.24 per cent in November and factory output shrank 1.8 per cent in October (Graph: PTI)
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement  Across-the-board selling on BSE Sensex was witnessed today on mounting speculation that the RBI will hike interest rate and the US Fed will trim its economic stimulus next week.(Graph: PTI)
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement Across-the-board selling on BSE Sensex was witnessed today on mounting speculation that the RBI will hike interest rate and the US Fed will trim its economic stimulus next week.(Graph: PTI)
Indian Rupee vs Dollar. Indian rupee slipped 29 paise to end below the 62 level against the US dollar as rate hike fears led stocks lower, clocking its biggest weekly loss in five. (Graph: PTI)
Indian Rupee vs Dollar. Indian rupee slipped 29 paise to end below the 62 level against the US dollar as rate hike fears led stocks lower, clocking its biggest weekly loss in five. (Graph: PTI)
Indian Rupee through the day against US Dollar. The Indian rupee is at the lowest level since December 3 after holding above the 62 level over a six-day stretch. It lost 71 paise decline over the past five sessions. (Graph: PTI)
Indian Rupee through the day against US Dollar. The Indian rupee is at the lowest level since December 3 after holding above the 62 level over a six-day stretch. It lost 71 paise decline over the past five sessions. (Graph: PTI)
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