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  • Sensex Closes At 35,591, Nifty At 10,651 As Markets End Flat: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets finished Wednesday's range-bound session on a flat note as cautious investors refrained from taking any bets ahead of January derivatives expiry, US Fed policy outcome and upcoming Union Budget. The S&P BSE Sensex ended 1.25 points lower, at 35,591.25 while, NSE's benchmark index Nifty closed at 10,651.80, down 0.40 points from the previous close. The Sensex moved in a range of 35,850.41-35,490.97 during the session, whereas the Nifty fell as much as 10,612.85. The index touched a high of 10,710.20.
  • Sensex, Nifty Turn Range-Bound Amid Cautious Trade: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets turned range-bound after starting Wednesday's session on a positive note. The S&P BSE Sensex moved in a range of 35,850.41-35,526.79, rising and falling as much as 257.91 points and 65.71 points by afternoon respectively. The Nifty rose 58 points and shed 29.8 points from the previous close in intraday trade. On Thursday, the BSE and NSE benchmark indices had finished the session with losses of 0.18 per cent and 0.09 per cent respectively.
  • Sensex, Nifty Close Lower For Third Straight Day
    On the 30-share Sensex, Yes Bank, Larsen & Toubro, HDFC and Reliance Industries were the top losers.
  • Sensex, Nifty Move In Tight Range Amid Cautious Trade: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets moved in a narrow range on Tuesday amid weakness in Asian peers as investors turned cautious ahead of Budget announcements due later this week. The Sensex fell as much as 124 points to hit 35,532 on the downside, while the Nifty dipped to 10,616, down 44 points from the previous close. The benchmark indices entered the positive zone briefly during Tuesday's session, but failed to sustain those gains as advances in pharma, state-run banking and media stocks were offset by weakness in energy and IT stocks.
  • Sensex Falls Over 100 Points, Nifty Slips Below 10,620: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets started Tuesday's session on a lower note with the Sensex falling over 100 points in early trade, amid weakness in Asian peers on US-China trade concerns. The Sensex fell as much as 124 points to touch 35,532 on the downside, while the Nifty hit 10,616, down 44 points from the previous close. Automobile and energy stocks led the losses in the markets, while some strength in media and state-run banking stocks kept the downside in check.
  • Sensex, Nifty End 1% Lower Amid Selloff In Financial Stocks: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets fell around 1 per cent on Monday, extending their losses to a second straight session. The Sensex ended 368 points - or 1 per cent - lower at 35,656 while the Nifty settled at 10,661, down 119 points or 1.1 per cent from the previous close. That marked the lowest closing levels for the benchmark indices in 25 days. A selloff witnessed in banking, financial services, auto and pharma stocks pulled the markets lower. However, advances in media stocks - led by Zee Entertainment Enterprises - kept the downside in check.
  • Jet Airways Seeks Shareholder Nod To Convert Loan Into Shares
    At a shareholder meeting scheduled for February 21, Jet Airways said it will seek approval for their lenders to appoint a nominee director to the board.
  • Sensex Falls Over 450 Points, Nifty Slips Below 10,700: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets fell sharply on Monday, with the Sensex falling more than 45 points. The Sensex opened 74 points higher and the Nifty up 11 points, but soon gave up those gains amid selling witnessed across banking, financial services, auto and pharma stocks. The Sensex shed 460 points to touch an intraday low of 35,565, while the Nifty declined 149 points to hit 10,630 on the downside. However, advances in media stocks provided some respite to the markets.
  • Subhash Chandra's Damage-Control Push Helps Zee Recover From 26% Drop
    Zee on Thursday reported a 75 percent jump in profit to Rs 560 crore on sales of Rs 2,170 crore for the December quarter.
  • Zee Group Shares Crash On Report Of Money Laundering Post Notes Ban
    The shares on the BSE lost up to 33 per cent during the intra-day trade but closed 26 per cent lower at Rs 319.35.
  • Sensex Closes 169 Points Lower, Nifty Settles At 10,780: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets finished Friday's session on a negative note. The S&P BSE Sensex ended 169.56 points lower, or 0.47 per cent, at 36,025.54 while, NSE's benchmark index Nifty closed at 10,780.55, down 69.25 points or 0.64 per cent from the previous close. The losses on Dalal Street were led by auto, metal and realty stocks. Thirty two out of 50 Nifty stocks closed in the negative zone. On weekly basis, the NSE Nifty declined 1.2 per cent, while the BSE Sensex shed 1 per cent.
  • Yes Bank Shares Surge After Lender Names New CEO: 10 Things To Know
    Yes Bank shares continued their surge on Friday, a day after the private sector lender named a new CEO. Yes Bank shares surged as much as 13.74 per cent to Rs 245.00 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday. On the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Yes Bank shares rose 10.50 per cent to touch an intraday high of Rs 236.30. Yes Bank shares were on course to finish higher for a fourth session in a row. In the past three days, the shares have risen 12.22 per cent on the NSE.
  • Sensex Rises Over 250 Points, Nifty Above 10,900: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets started Friday's session on a higher note tracking positive global cues. The S&P BSE Sensex rose as much as 279.38 points to touch 36,474.48, while the Nifty50 barometer of the National Stock Exchange surged by 81.9 points to 10,931.70. The gains on Dalal Street were led by buying in IT, FMCG, banking and metal stocks. Heavyweights Reliance Industries (RIL), Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HDFC, ITC and Kotak Mahindra Bank contributed the most to the advances on the Sensex.
  • Sensex Closes 86 Points Higher, Nifty Settles At 10,849: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets finished Thursday's volatile session on a positive note helped by gains in Yes Bank Ltd after the lender said that it has received approval of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for Ravneet Singh Gill to join as bank's CEO on or before March 1, 2019. The Sensex ended 86.63 points higher at 36,195.10 while the NSE Nifty closed at 10,849.80, up 18.30 points from the previous close. The advances on Dalal Street were led by buying in realty, PSU banking and IT stocks.
  • Sensex Rises Over 100 Points Amid Choppy Trade
    Sensex today: According to analysts, investors are taking a cautious approach given their focus on global headwinds and the upcoming general election.

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