Rupee, Sensex, Gems & Jewellery Export, Onion Export Price

Fri Dec 20 2013, 19:19 hrs
After hitting their lowest level since late June of $1,200.25, spot gold gained slightly to $1,203.85 an ounce by 1000 GMT, still down by 1.2%. US February gold futures shed $32 an ounce at $1,203.00. (Graph:PTI)
After hitting their lowest level since late June of $1,200.25, spot gold gained slightly to $1,203.85 an ounce by 1000 GMT, still down by 1.2%. US February gold futures shed $32 an ounce at $1,203.00. (Graph:PTI)
Graphical Presentation of Minimum export price of Onion in the year 2013 from the month of August to December.(Graph:PTI)
Graphical Presentation of Minimum export price of Onion in the year 2013 from the month of August to December.(Graph:PTI)
Shrugging off fears linked to a trimmed US stimulus, BSE Sensex shot up by 371.10 points its best gain in nearly a month on account of smart jump inRIL on govt nod for higher gas prices and good buying in bluechips from banking, IT and auto sectors. (Graph:PTI)
Shrugging off fears linked to a trimmed US stimulus, BSE Sensex shot up by 371.10 points its best gain in nearly a month on account of smart jump inRIL on govt nod for higher gas prices and good buying in bluechips from banking, IT and auto sectors. (Graph:PTI)
The partially convertible rupee closed at 62.04/05 per dollar compared with Thursday's close of 62.14/15, snapping three days of losses. In the offshore non-deliverable forwards, the one-month contract was at 62.55, while the three-month was at 63.37.(Graph:PTI)
The partially convertible rupee closed at 62.04/05 per dollar compared with Thursday's close of 62.14/15, snapping three days of losses. In the offshore non-deliverable forwards, the one-month contract was at 62.55, while the three-month was at 63.37.(Graph:PTI)
The Indian rupee rose mirroring strong stock market gains, ending a week in which it rose 0.1 per cent, despite the Federal Reserve beginning its much awaited stimulus tapering. (Graph:PTI)
The Indian rupee rose mirroring strong stock market gains, ending a week in which it rose 0.1 per cent, despite the Federal Reserve beginning its much awaited stimulus tapering. (Graph:PTI)
Gold prices extended losses for the second straight session by falling Rs 205 to Rs 30,160 per ten grams while silver prices dropped for the third day and lost Rs 725 at Rs 43,500 per kg.(Graph:PTI)
Gold prices extended losses for the second straight session by falling Rs 205 to Rs 30,160 per ten grams while silver prices dropped for the third day and lost Rs 725 at Rs 43,500 per kg.(Graph:PTI)
The benchmark Sensex, which had lost 151 points in the previous session, surged by 371.10 points, or 1.79 per cent to end at 21,079.72. This is the best gain since the index rose by 387.69 points on November 25. (Graph:PTI)
The benchmark Sensex, which had lost 151 points in the previous session, surged by 371.10 points, or 1.79 per cent to end at 21,079.72. This is the best gain since the index rose by 387.69 points on November 25. (Graph:PTI)