Car sales in India in November, 2013 declined to as low as 1,42,849 units.
The Indian rupee had gained 28 paise to close at 61.13 yesterday, boosted by stocks that climbed to a record high after Bharatiya Janata Party won three out of four state assembly elections.
BSE Sensex had gained 617.71 points in the previous three sessions.
The bench rejected the argument that the revised prices should not impact the existing stocks.
Analysts warn against euphoria as there’s no impact on fundamentals.
Santos had won the blocks in the 6th round of New Exploration Licensing Policy.
Jindal Steel & Power Limited's shares settled 6.01 per cent lower at Rs 266.50 on the BSE Sensex.
China was heavily dependent on manufacturing so long by becoming the world's largest exporter.
The Indian rupee surged to its highest level in nearly four months in intra-day trade.
Gold price rebounded by Rs 255 to Rs 30,755 per ten grams in the national capital.
99 stocks hit 52-week high as Bharatiya Janata Party triumphs in Assembly polls, Axis Bank shares a hit
Bharatiya Janata Party is perceived as business friendly, expected to have positive impact on BSE.
PepsiCo also elevated Gautham Mukkavilli as Senior Vice President, Business Transformation AMEA.
Revenue growth has slowed, while expenditure has gone up in first half of the fiscal, says HSBC.
UPA govt's battle to blunt global financial crisis hurt Indian economy's growth: Raghuram Rajan
Murthy was sacked for violating the company's policy on relationship with a colleague.
Sensex gains 2.3 pct to hit a record high, surpassing previous peak achieved on Nov 3.