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  • Foreign Investors From Mauritius Will Remain Eligible For FPI Registration: Sebi
    The announcement comes after the tax haven was put on the 'grey list' of Financial Action Task Force (FATF) -- an inter-governmental policy making body that sets anti-money laundering standards.
  • Sebi Reviews Margin Framework For Cash, Derivatives Segments
    "With a view to keeping up pace with the changing market dynamics and to bring more efficiency in the risk management framework, a comprehensive review of the margin framework was done in consultation with the 'Risk Management Review Committee' of Sebi," the regulator said in a circular on Monday.
  • Union Budget 2020: Stock Markets To Remain Open On Budget Day
    The last such instance was in the year 2015, when then finance minister Arun Jaitley presented the Budget on a Saturday. The markets in India are usually shut for trading on Saturdays and Sundays, as is the practice worldwide.
  • Sensex falls for 3rd week; Siemens, Maruti, DLF lag
    The BSE Sensex closed off the day's low on Friday providing some hopes to the bulls. Weak global cues and a selloff in large cap stocks on weak earnings weighed on sentiments today.
  • RIL, Infosys weigh on Sensex; Nifty below 5,900
    The Sensex traded 0.41 per cent lower and the Nifty declined 0.54 per cent. Tata Motors shares were down 0.3 per cent after falling around 3 per cent earlier, a day after the company said its October-December earnings fell 52 per cent to $303 million.
  • Sensex, Nifty fall; DLF, Wipro, Tata Motors weigh
    The BSE Sensex extended weakness on Friday, while the 50-share Nifty traded below the key 5,900 mark. Indian stock markets tracked weak trade in Asia even as weak earnings in blue chips weighed on sentiments.
  • Sensex falls 111 points, Nifty below 5900 amid broad sell-off
    Selling pressure in equities was back on Thursday with the BSE Sensex falling over 100 points and the Nifty slipping below the key 5,900 mark in afternoon trade. Heavy selling in blue chips, on account of index movements and third quarter earnings, weighed on sentiments.
  • Sensex edges up after January inflation eases to multi-year low
    The BSE Sensex bounced back into the green after January inflation eased to a multi-year low. At 6.62 per cent, headline inflation was sharply lower than 7.18 per cent recorded in December 2012. Economists had expected the inflation to grow at 7 per cent from a year earlier.
  • Sensex, Nifty flat ahead of inflation; SBI under pressure
    The BSE Sensex traded flat ahead of the announcement of the headline inflation data on Thursday. Blue chips like State Bank of India and Tata Motors fell ahead of reporting their quarterly earnings, which weighed on sentiments.
  • Sensex gains for second day; TCS hits record high, Unitech ends flat
    The stock markets shed most of their intra-day gains weighed down by more bad news on the macroeconomic front, although benchmark indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty closed in the positive territory for a second consecutive session.
  • Sensex surges over 150 points; IT, realty stocks lead
    The BSE Sensex traded with strong gains on Wednesday indicating the worst might be over for stock markets in the short term. The BSE benchmark surged over 150 points, extending Tuesday's gains, which incidentally came after eight consecutive loss making sessions. The broader Nifty traded above the key 5,950.
  • Sensex snaps 8-day losing streak, Nifty ends above 5900
    The BSE Sensex snapped an eight-day losing streak, its longest since May 2011, to close near the day high. Value buying after days of correction and short covering helped the markets close in the green on Tuesday.
  • Sensex, Nifty turn choppy after December IIP contracts
    The BSE Sensex was unchanged despite December factory output indicating a contraction against expectations of 1 per cent growth. The Sensex traded 30 points or 0.16 per cent higher while the Nifty was up 4 points at 5,902 as of 11.10 a.m.
  • Sensex edges up ahead of IIP; Unitech down 20%
    The BSE Sensex edged up on Tuesday after falling for eight consecutive sessions. The 50-share Nifty benchmark traded above the key 5,900 mark, but the rupee traded weak against the dollar.
  • Sensex falls for 8th day, Nifty hits lowest in 2013
    The BSE Sensex closed lower for the eighth day in a row equaling a similar losing streak in November 2011. The broader Nifty closed below the key 5,900 mark after earlier hitting its lowest level of 5,879 in 2013.

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