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  • Sensex down by 239 points

    Sensex down by 239 points

    The Sensex at the Bombay Stock Exchange declined 239 points, or 0.7 percent, to close at 32,238, on Thursday. The Nifty at the National Stock Exchange lost 68 points, to 10,014.

    Sensex plunges 400 points

    Stock markets is trading in red after opening in green. Sensex is trading down by more than 300 points and is trading at around 25,450 levels. Nifty is also reflecting the same mood and is down by more than 90 points.Selling pressure is also seen in mid cap and small cap space and are down by 1 and...

    Sensex trips 121 pts ahead of key macro data, weakening rupee

    The benchmark BSE Sensex lost ground by over 120 points in early trade on Wednesday as investors started scaling down their bets ahead of IIP and inflation data to be released later in the day amid weak global cues. Moreover, the rupee sliding to nearly a two-year low of 64.67 against the American ...

    Sensex climbs 142 points after GST amendments

    The benchmark BSE Sensex on Thursday jumped by 142 points to close at 27,705.35 on sustained buying by investors after the Cabinet approved amendments to the GST bill, while a mild uptick in roll over of F&O positions also helped. Sentiments were boosted after Cabinet yesterday approved amendme...

    Markets tumble, Jaitley reassures

    Markets tumble, Jaitley reassures

    Sensex and Nifty have crashed over fears of stricter norms for participatory notes and a major slump in Chinese stock market. Sensex down by over 550 points, Nifty by 160 points on Monday. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley reassured that government will not take any steps which will adversely affect t...

    Sensex jumps 240 pts; reclaims 28k-mark after ten weeks

    The benchmark BSE Sensex surged by 240 points on across-the-board buying reclaiming the 28,000-mark after 10 weeks on Wednesday. The 50-share NSE Nifty also regained the 8,400-mark by climbing 84.55 points or 1.01 per cent to 8,453.05.

    Sensex down 167 points as Greece closes banks amid debt crisis

    Caution prevailed in the Indian equity markets on Monday as investors were anxious about the Greek crisis, a day ahead of a crucial deadline for the Mediterranean country to repay part of its debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). With no hope of a settlement in sight, investor sentiment wa...

    Greece debt crisis casts its shadow on world markets, Sensex plunges

    Greece debt crisis casts its shadow on world markets, Sensex plunges

    Worsening Greece debt crisis cast its shadow on world markets as the benchmark BSE Sensex tanked over 535 points and the NSE Nifty slid below the 8,300 mark in opening trade today on across-the-board selling by participants.A weak trend at other Asian markets was the main trigger for the plunge as i...

    Sensex surges 414 pts on on good monsoon and Greece debt crisis meet

    Indian Stock Markets soars on good monsoon and Greece debt crisis meet. Sensex closes with gains for the seventh straight day, Financial and IT companies stock shines as rupee firms up. Rising for the seventh straight session, the benchmark BSE Sensex today surged by 414 points to 27,730.21 on rall...

    Sensex sinks 351 pts as drought fears loom

    The benchmark BSE Sensex cracked the 27,000-mark on Wednesday by falling 351 points as investors trimmed positions in realty and FMCG stocks as hopes of another rate cut this year took a hit on fears of a drought in the country. Market took further jolt after services sector activity contracted for...

    Sensex gains traction, up 61 pts in early trade

    The benchmark BSE Sensex on Thursday rose over 61 points in early trade, extending yesterday's gains on increased capital inflows amid a mixed trend in global markets. The 30-share index advanced 61.21 points, or 0.21 percent, to 27,898.42, with consumer durables, capital goods, IT, PSU and technol...

    Sensex jumps 192 points to near one-month high

    The benchmark BSE Sensex Wednesday rose 192 points to its highest in near one-month at 27,837.21, as blue-chips HDFC, Wipro and TCS gained on resumption of buying by foreign investors amid prevailing rate cut hopes. Sentiment was boosted on reports that foreign funds, which have been selling in the...

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