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Rupees Closes Higher
Feb 01,2017

Rupee extended its gain on Wednesday (1 February 2017) to close at 67.4750/4800 per dollar, versus its previous close of 67.8070/8270 per dollar.

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Rupee widens gains on dollar weakness
Jan 31,2017

Rupee extended its gain on Tuesday (31 January 2017) to close at 67.8070/8270 per dollar, versus its previous close of 67.9247/9447 per dollar.

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Rupee sustains gains
Jan 30,2017

Rupee on Monday sustained its gains to close higher at 67.9247/9447 per dollar, versus its previous close of 68.0329/0480 per dollar last Friday.

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Rupee marches ahead
Jan 27,2017

Rupee closed higher at 68.0329/0480 per dollar on Friday (27 January 2017), versus its previous close of 68.0779/0930 per dollar on Wednesday. Earlier, trading was closed on Thursday due to local holiday.

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Rupee edges up
Jan 25,2017

Rupee closed higher at 68.0779/0930 per dollar on Wednesday (25 January 2017), versus its previous close of 68.1399/14 per dollar.

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Rupee Slips
Jan 24,2017

Rupee on Tuesday (24 January 2017) closed Lower at 68.1399/14 per dollar, versus its previous close of 68.08/21 per dollar.

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Rupee closes Higher
Jan 23,2017

Rupee on Monday (23 January 2017) closed Higher at 68.08/10 per dollar, versus its previous close of 68.19/21 per dollar.

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Rupee extends losses
Jan 20,2017

Rupee extended its losses on Friday (20 January 2017) to close lower at 68.19/21 per dollar, versus its previous close of 68.1077/1278 per dollar.

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Rupee plunges
Jan 19,2017

Rupee closed lower at 68.1077/1278 per dollar on Thursday (19 January 2017), versus its previous close of 68.07/08 per dollar.

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Rupee fades
Jan 18,2017

Rupee closed lower on Wednesday (18 January 2017) at 68.07/08 per dollar, versus its previous close of 67.9389/10 per dollar.

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Bright day for bullions
Jan 18,2017

Bullion prices ended substantially higher at Comex on Tuesday, 17 January 2016 at Comex. Gold prices settled at their highest level since mid-November on Tuesday as nervousness surrounding Britains push to exit from the European Union and U.S. President-elect Donald Trumps inauguration this week fed haven demand for the precious metal.

Gold for February delivery rose $16.70, or 1.4%, to settle at $1,212.90 an ounce after trading as high as $1,218.90.

Silver for March delivery rose 38.3 cents, or 2.3%, to $17.148 an ounce.

Just days ahead of his inauguration, Donald Trump has predicted that more countries will leave the EU and described NATO as obsolete. He has also commented on China, stoking fears over a possible trade war.

In an interview on Friday, Trump said the dollar, which touched a more than 14-year high about two weeks ago, has gotten n++too strong,n++ as China keeps its own yuan weaker. He said the dollars strength is impeding the competitiveness of U.S. companies. Meanwhile, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that the U.K. isnt looking to be a partial member of the EU, which has also aggravated fears of the future of the union.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was trading 0.7% lower on Tuesday as gold futures settled, and U.S. stocks were moving broadly lower.

Gold futures had gained about 1.9% last week, boosted by a retreat for the dollar and stock markets, as post election enthusiasm for riskier assets stalled. Speculative financial investors have built up net long positions in the metal for the first time in nine weeks.

Data on Tuesday showed that an index of manufacturing conditions in the New Year area pulled back in January from an eight-month high at the end of last year. The Empire States general business conditions slipped to 6.5 in January from a revised 7.6 in December.

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Precious metals end on mixed note
Jan 13,2017

It was mixed finish for bullion metals on Thursday, 12 January 2017 at Comex. Gold prices on Thursday hit a new seven-week high, as the dollar fell on disappointment that President-elect Donald Trump didnt provide details on his economic plans at a closely watched news conference. But prices for the yellow metal finished just short of the $1,200-an-ounce level. But silver ended marginally lower.

Gold for February delivery rose $3.20, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,199.80 an ounce, paring earlier gains that lifted it to a high of $1,207.20. The metal has gained in seven out of the last eight sessions.

March silver fell less than half a cent to $16.825 an ounce.

On Thursday, U.S. stocks traded broadly lower, bonds rose and the dollar fell - all of which are supporting a continued rebound in gold.

The ICE Dollar Index slid 0.6% to 101.22, trading around its lowest level in a month.

The sharp dollar drop came after Trump on Wednesday, in his first full-scale press conference since July, offered few details on his administrations plans for economic stimulus, trade policy and tax reforms, but instead focused on railing against news outlets. Investors had hoped for more clarity on his policies to keep the dollar and stock rally going.

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Rupee gains marginally
Jan 10,2017

Rupee closed marginally higher at 68.1779/1930 per dollar on Tuesday (10 January 2017), versus its previous close of 68.20/21 per dollar.

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Rupee tumbles
Jan 09,2017

Rupee closed lower below 68-mark at 68.20/21 per dollar on Monday (09 January 2017), versus its previous close of 67.9509/9700 per dollar.

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Bullion prices turn pale
Jan 09,2017

Bullion prices settled lower on Friday, 06 January 2017 at Comex. Gold futures settled lower on Friday as strength in the U.S. dollar and equities in the wake of the monthly domestic jobs report dulled investment demand for the precious metal. Prices, however, gained for the week, buoyed by uncertainty surrounding the pace of interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve.

February gold fell $7.90, or 0.7%, to settle at $1,173.40 an ounce, after notching its highest settlement in five weeks on Thursday. Expectations about the pace of rate increasesn++a negative for gold that doesnt offer a yieldn++has cooled somewhat. For the week, the yellow metal tallied a 1.8% gain.

March silver was off 11.8 cents, or 0.7%, at $16.519 an ounce, paring its weekly rise to roughly 3.3%.

The Labor Department reported on Friday that 156,000 jobs were added in December to cap off the sixth straight year in which the economy created more than 2 million new jobs. Market had predicted a 180,000 increase in new nonfarm jobs. The unemployment rate rose to 4.7% from 4.6%. An increase in wage growth, however, provided support for the argument that the employment market remains on a solid footing. Average hourly wages jumped 0.4% to $26 last month, while hourly pay increased 2.9% from December 2015 to December 2016, marking the fastest 12-month increase since a recovery that began in mid-2009.

Strength in the dollar, with the ICE U.S. Dollar Index, a measure of the currency against six rival currencies, tacking on 0.7% Friday, weighed on gold, which is priced in the currency. A stronger buck makes assets priced in the currency more expensive to buyers using other monetary units.

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