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Anoop Kumar
06/27/2007

Exchange Rates
 
1 Dollar =
% change in 15 days
Indian Rupees 40.7000 0.0615
Euro 0.7437 -0.9852
British Pound 0.4995 -1.6151
Chinese Yuan 7.6105 -0.1456
Japan 123.2150 0.2196

Spot Market (per oz)
 
% change in 15 days
Gold 647.45 -0.59
Silver 12.45 -5.09

Market Summary
NASDAQ 2608.37 0.34
Dow 13422.28 -0.97
BSE 14504.57 2.12
NSE 4282.00 2.69

The rates of currency, gold and silver displayed approximate to values in past few days. They should be used only for reference.  We don't guarantee existence of these rate in market.



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