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Sensex Mumbai Trade BSE Points Negative Market

Mumbai Sensex: Markets open on a negative note on Wednesday

 The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a negative note during the morning session of the trade. The Sensex of the BSE after opening at 34,155.63 points, touched a high of 34,174.37 and low of 34,076.45 points. On Tuesday the Sensex closed at 34,346.39 points.The Sensex is trading at 34,134.05 down by 212.34

Rupee gains 10 paise against USD in early trade

Rupee gains 10 paise against USD in early trade

Rupee gains 10 paise against USD in early trade.The rupee firmed up by 10 paise to 64.05 against the US dollar in early trade today on selling of greenback by banks and exporters.Domestic equities too opened on a firm note that supported the rupee sentiment, dealers said. However, the US dollar’s strength against major global

Rupee Vs dollar:Rupee plunges 19 paise against US dollar

Rupee plunges 19 paise against US dollar

Rupee Vs dollar: The rupee fell further by 19 paise to 64.27 against the US dollar in early trade today due to strong demand for the American currency from importers amid foreign fund outflows. Dealers said early losses in domestic equity markets also influenced the rupee. Besides, strength in the US dollar against some other currencies

Terror, trade top agenda of Modi-Trump meeting today

Terror, trade top agenda of Modi-Trump meeting today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will sit down for his first face-to-face talks with US President Donald Trump on Monday in a meeting that is expected to set the tone and tenor of India’s bilateral relations with the US in the coming years.Modi, who arrived in Washington on Sunday, will be at the White House for

Indo-China border trade to resume from May 1

Gangtok: The Indo-China border trade through the Nathula Pass has formally closed from November 30, according to a Sikkim government press release. A formal closing function was held at Nathula Pass attended by officials from the Department of Commerce and Industries, officials from Central agencies such as Indian Customs, ITBP and Immigration and stake-holders. The

Rupee sheds 11 paise against dollar in early trade

Mumbai: The rupee weakened by 11 paise to 68.57 against the dollar in early trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on month-end demand for the American currency from importers. Forex dealers said a lower opening of the domestic equity market also weighed on the rupee but the dollar’s weakness against some currencies overseas

Sweets made by jail inmates favourite at trade fair in Delhi

Chandigarh: The sweets, candles and soya prepared by the Burail jail inmates is receiving high attention at the International Trade fair being held at New Delhi. This year’s India International Trade Fair 2016 will give the audience a glimpse of Model Jail, Burail, Chandigarh. According to jail officials, the sweets and other handmade articles prepared

Cash crunch affecting not only trade, but also others

Ludhiana: Due to the lack of currency in the cash with the city people, not only markets are giving a deserted looks on the shops other then essential commodities shops in the city, but old city theatres are also giving a deserted look in the Ludhiana for three days. As the recently released movie has

Indians used own cooking pots in Egypt during ancient Indo-Roman trade

Kolkata: Cooking was as personal to Indians in the early Roman period as it is now, says a noted British expert on Roman pottery citing the discovery of cooking pots from Kerala in Egypt.”On the Red Sea in Egypt, we found hundreds of sherds (broken fragments of pottery or glass at an archaeological site) belong

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Wagah border open for Afghanistan to trade with India, says Pakistan

Islamabad: Pakistan has not stopped Afghan traders from moving products to India through the Wagah border, a top Pakistani official said after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani warned Pakistan to open the land border or lose transit route to Central Asia.”Pakistan is fulfilling its commitment to the Afghan people by providing them a trade transit facility,”

Rupee zooms 31 paise against dollar in opening trade

Mumbai: The rupee surged by 31 paise to 66.51 against the US dollar in early trade today on selling of the American currency by exporters and banks amid sustained foreign fund inflows. Forex dealers said a higher opening in domestic equity market and a weak dollar against other currencies overseas after last week’s below-par US

G20 summit to focus on steps to boost economic growth, trade

Hangzhou: Global economic slowdown, raisingprotectionism, structural reforms to expand global trade and creation of jobs, innovation, inclusive growth and climate finance are the key topics to be discussed at the two-day G20 summit starting in this picturesque Chinese city tomorrow. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join US President Barack Obama, Chinese President Xi Jinping along

Trade unions all set for a day’s strike today

New delhi: The major trade unions have decided to go ahead with their nationwide strike for a day on Friday protesting anti-people policies of the government, while the BMS, affiliated to the ruling BJP, has decided to stay away, a joint statement by Central Trade Unions (CTU) said. The CTUs view the announcements made by

Veteran trade unionist Sharad Rao dead

Mumbai: Veteran trade unionist and socialist leader Sharad Rao died here on Thursday after a two-year fight with chronic ulcers. He was 75. The aggressive union leader breathed his last at Nanavati Hospital in Vile Parle around 4 p.m., an official said. He is survived by his wife Shanta, son Shashank and daughter Shilpa who

China ridicules Trump’s criticism of its trade practices

Beijing: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is playing the “China-bashing card” in an attempt to rescue his falling poll numbers but has no real ideas to resolve the two nations’ differences, China’s official news agency said today. Responding to a speech yesterday in which the candidate accused China of breaking trade rules “in every way

Cross border trade in Kashmir suspended

Jammu: Cross border trade on the Line of Control (LoC) between the two divided parts of Kashmir was suspended on Wednesday for the week. A senior official of the district administration in Poonch said the trade taking place through the Chakan Da Bagh crossing point on the LOC will not take place this week. “Pakistan

Mamata assures crackdown on cattle smuggling, opium trade

Kolkata: In wake of the deadly terror attack in Dhaka, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday called for all parties to play a constructive role in tackling terrorism and assured of a crackdown on cross-border smuggling of cattle and the opium trade. Replying to a debate in the assembly, Banerjee also expressed her

Gold down Rs 149 in futures trade as global cues hurt

New Delhi: Gold prices drifted lower byRs 149 to Rs 31,166 per 10 grams in futures trade today as participants lightened their positions, largely in step with a weak trend overseas. In futures trading, gold for delivery in August contract was trading Rs 149 or 0.48 per cent down at Rs 31,166 per 10 grams

Silver falls Rs 112 hurt by global cues

New Delhi: Taking weak cues from overseasmarkets silver prices fell by Rs 112 to Rs 42,000 per kg in futures trade on Wednesday. In futures trading at the Multi Commodity Exchange, silver for delivery in far-month September was trading lower by Rs 66, or 0.22 per cent, at Rs 42,000 per kg in a business

Etihad Airways signs declaration to prevent illegal wildlife trade

Abu Dhabi: The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) flag carrier Etihad Airways along with five partner airlines has signed a declaration committing to fight illegal wildlife trafficking and efforts to help protect species. The Declaration of the United for Wildlife International Taskforce on the Transportation of Illegal Wildlife Products was signed at International Air Transport Association’s