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Rupee down 18 paise against dollar in morning <strong>trade</strong>

Rupee down 18 paise against dollar in morning trade

24 May 2016

Mumbai: The rupee slid for the ninth day as it depreciated 18 paise more to trade at over 2-1/2 month low of 67.67 against the dollar today, hit by sustained foreign fund outflows amid a lower opening in the domestic stock market.

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Sensex bounces 217 points on value-buying, Asian cues

Sensex bounces 217 points on value-buying, Asian cues

23 May 2016

Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex rebounded by over 217 points and the Nifty took back the 7,800-mark in the beginning of the session today, snapping its 3-session losing spell, driven by value-buying by retail investors amid a firm trend in Asian bourses.

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Rupee recovers 19 paise against dollar in morning <strong>trade</strong>

Rupee recovers 19 paise against dollar in morning trade

23 May 2016

Mumbai: The rupee recovered 19 paise to 67.25 against the dollar in morning trade today on increased selling of the US currency by exporters and banks amid a higher opening in the domestic stock market.

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Aim will be to boost <strong>trade</strong>, energy partnership: PM Narendra Modi on Iran visit

Aim will be to boost trade, energy partnership: PM Narendra Modi on Iran visit

22 May 2016

Tehran: Ahead of his maiden visit to energy-rich Iran, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said enhancing connectivity, trade, investment and energy partnership will be his priority with the post-sanction Persian Gulf nation.

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Sensex bounces 99 points, Nifty above 7,800 mark

Sensex bounces 99 points, Nifty above 7,800 mark

20 May 2016

Mumbai: Market benchmark Sensex recovered over 99 points and its NSE counterpart Nifty retook the 7,800-mark in morning session today on a fresh spell of buying in select blue-chips even as regulator Sebi tightened its guidelines to check any misuse of P-Notes.

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Rupee falls 4 paise against dollar in morning <strong>trade</strong>

Rupee falls 4 paise against dollar in morning trade

20 May 2016

Mumbai: The rupee weakened by 4 paise to 67.40 against the dollar in morning trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market today, falling for the seventh straight session, on sustained demand for the American currency from importers and banks amid foreign fund outflows.

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Sensex slumps 210 points on profit-booking, weak global cues

Sensex slumps 210 points on profit-booking, weak global cues

18 May 2016

Mumbai: Market benchmark BSE Sensex fell over 210 points in morning trade today due to profit-booking by investors after recent gains amid weak cues from Asian markets.

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Sensex gains 167 points in morning <strong>trade</strong> on global cues

Sensex gains 167 points in morning trade on global cues

17 May 2016

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex rallied over 167 points to 25,820.45 and the NSE Nifty regained the 7,900-mark in cautious trade today amid firm global cues.

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Rupee recovers by 13 paise against dollar in morning <strong>trade</strong>

Rupee recovers by 13 paise against dollar in morning trade

17 May 2016

Mumbai: The rupee appreciated by 13 paise to 66.67 against the dollar in morning trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on increased selling of the US currency by exporters and banks.

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Bullet train fare 1.5 times higher than AC first Class

Bullet train fare 1.5 times higher than AC first Class

04 May 2016

New Delhi: The Ministry of Railways has proposed a tariff for the upcoming bullet train service between Mumbai and Ahmedabad that will be 1.5 times more than the first class AC fare prevailing now, parliament was informed today.

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