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The rupee on Friday snapped its two-day gaining streak against the US dollar by losing 6 paise to end at 62.36 on fresh demand for the American currency from importers amid fall in global crude oil
Sensex closes over 220 points down  (17 April 06:16 pm) 
A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), provisionally closed over 220 points down during Friday's trade session.
The rupee lost seven paise at 62.37 against the US dollar in early trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to fresh demand for the American currency from importers.
The benchmark BSE Sensex fell almost 65 points in early trade on Friday following losses in IT stocks, after TCS reported a 27 per cent dip in its March quarter net profit at Rs 3,858.2 crore.
New Delhi: Foreign fighter jet makers see a multi-billion dollar opportunity in India's decision to scale back purchases of high-end aircraft from France, which may free up cash in the world's largest
The rupee continued to rule firm against the American currency for the second consecutive day by surging 6 paise to close at 62.30 on persistent selling of dollars by banks and exporters.
The market continued to see selling pressure for the second consecutive session on Thursday. The Sensex fell 133.65 points to 28666.04 and the Nifty shed 43.50 points to 8706.70.
Giving a boost to affordable housing, the Reserve Bank of India in March eased the norms for home loans for up to Rs 10 lakh by allowing banks to include stamp duty and registration charges to the
The benchmark BSE Sensex gained over 76 points in early trade on Thursday on emergence of buying by funds and retail investors amid a mixed trend in other Asian markets.
The rupee edged higher by one paisa at 62.35 against the dollar in early trade on Thursday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange after the American currency weakened overseas amid a higher opening in the
The rupee snapped its two-day losing streak against the American currency, firming up by 15 paise to close at 62.36 per dollar on fresh selling by banks and exporters on the back of lower dollar in
The market saw steep fall in late trade with the Sensex losing 244.75 points to 28799.69 and the Nifty declining 83.80 points to 8750.20.
Deflation persisted for the fifth consecutive month as wholesale price index based inflation fell to a record low of (-) 2.33 per cent in March on account of cheaper food and fuel products as well as
Indian rupee opened higher on Wednesday, gaining 14 paise at 62.37 per dollar versus 62.51 on Monday.
Cautioning public against a fraudulent bank account mobile app in its name, the Reserve Bank of India had on Saturday said it has not developed any such application.
ICICI Bank has announced reduction of home loan rates by 25 basis points for all existing and new customers. With this announcement, women as well as applicants from weaker sections will get home
The World Bank has said India continues to be the leading nation in remittances pulling in $70 billion from its global migrant workforce in 2014.
A committee on net neutrality, set up by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), will submit its report by the second week of May to help the government make a comprehensive decision on the
India's annual consumer price inflation unexpectedly slowed down to a three-month low of 5.17 percent in March as food prices moderated, government data showed on Monday.
The rupee continued its downslide for the second session in a row, depreciating by 20 paise to close at more than one-week low of 62.51 against the greenback following sustained dollar demand from
The rupee continued its downslide for the second session in a row, depreciating by 20 paise to close at more than one-week low of 62.51 against the greenback following sustained dollar demand from
The benchmark BSE Sensex on Monday regained 29,000-level to settle at over one-month high of 29,044.44 by rising 165.06 points, whereas NSE Nifty rose for the seventh straight session mainly on
The benchmark BSE Sensex on Monday regained 29,000-level to settle at over one-month high of 29,044.44 by rising 165.06 points, whereas NSE Nifty rose for the seventh straight session mainly on
The benchmark BSE Sensex surged over 125 points to regain the 29,000-level in early trade on Monday, tracking improved IIP data that grew at a nine-month high of 5 per cent in February.