Petrol price, Diesel price, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Indian rupee, Gold price on Jan 03, 2014

Fri Jan 03 2014, 19:59 hrs
Petrol price has been hiked yet again, this time by a massive 75 paise a litre. The hike, effective midnight tonight, are excluding local sales tax or VAT and actual increase will be higher and vary from city to city. Graph: PTI
Petrol price has been hiked yet again, this time by a massive 75 paise a litre. The hike, effective midnight tonight, are excluding local sales tax or VAT and actual increase will be higher and vary from city to city. Graph: PTI
Diesel price has been raised by the regulation 50 paise after jump in global oil rates and fall in Indian rupee value increased the cost of production. Graph: PTI
Diesel price has been raised by the regulation 50 paise after jump in global oil rates and fall in Indian rupee value increased the cost of production. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. BSE Sensex fell on Friday to mark its biggest weekly fall in eight weeks as profit-booking hit blue-chips such as Reliance Industries for a third consecutive day, extending the weak start to 2014 - Tata Motors, Reliance Industries (RIL) share prices drop, Infosys Ltd rises. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. BSE Sensex fell on Friday to mark its biggest weekly fall in eight weeks as profit-booking hit blue-chips such as Reliance Industries for a third consecutive day, extending the weak start to 2014 - Tata Motors, Reliance Industries (RIL) share prices drop, Infosys Ltd rises. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. After dropping 157 points in early trade amid weak global cues, the BSE Sensex, however, recouped some losses in the latter half on the back of continued strength in IT stocks to end the day with a 37-point fall. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. After dropping 157 points in early trade amid weak global cues, the BSE Sensex, however, recouped some losses in the latter half on the back of continued strength in IT stocks to end the day with a 37-point fall. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. The broad-based National Stock Exchange index NSE Nifty fell 10 points, or 0.16 per cent, to end at 6,211.15, after touching to a low of 6,171.25. Also, SX40 index of MCX-SX closed 50.62 points lower at 12,384.67. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. The broad-based National Stock Exchange index NSE Nifty fell 10 points, or 0.16 per cent, to end at 6,211.15, after touching to a low of 6,171.25. Also, SX40 index of MCX-SX closed 50.62 points lower at 12,384.67. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The Indian rupee bounced back from a one-month low to post its first gain in the New Year, rising 10 paise to close at 62.16 against the US dollar today after the RBI was said to have sold the US currency. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The Indian rupee bounced back from a one-month low to post its first gain in the New Year, rising 10 paise to close at 62.16 against the US dollar today after the RBI was said to have sold the US currency. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the Indian rupee opened lower at 62.38 a dollar from yesterday's close of 62.26, a one-month low. It dropped further to 62.56 amid a fall in local stocks and dollar demand from importers. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the Indian rupee opened lower at 62.38 a dollar from yesterday's close of 62.26, a one-month low. It dropped further to 62.56 amid a fall in local stocks and dollar demand from importers. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold price maintained an upward march for the third consecutive day by rising Rs 290 to Rs 30,490 per ten grams in the national capital today on sustained buying by stockists amid a firm global trend. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Gold price maintained an upward march for the third consecutive day by rising Rs 290 to Rs 30,490 per ten grams in the national capital today on sustained buying by stockists amid a firm global trend. Graph: PTI
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