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  • Sensex Closes 461 Points Higher, Nifty Reclaims 10,450: 10 Things To Know
    Stock markets registered strong gains on Wednesday boosted by advances across sectors except IT. The BSE benchmark index Sensex ended 461 points higher at 34,760 while the NSE Nifty settled at 10,460, up 159 points from its previous close. That marked a gain of 1.4 per cent and 1.5 per cent for the key BSE and NSE indices respectively. A rise in the rupee - down around 16 per cent so far this year - against the US dollar along with easing of concerns about the non-banking financial companies pushed the markets higher, according to analysts.
  • Sensex Jumps Over 550 Points, Nifty Crosses 10,450: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets posted strong advances in Wednesday's session led by gains across the board except IT. Continued buying by domestic institutional investors as well as select purchases by retail investors led to strong gains on Wednesday, news agency Press Trust of India cited traders as saying. At 1:58 pm, the S&P BSE Sensex traded at 34,758.81, up 459.34 points or 1.3 per cent, and the Nifty was at 10,449.50, with a gain of 148.45 points or 1.4 per cent. At the time of writing this report, the intra-day high of the Sensex was 34,731.37 and that of the Nifty was 10,445.20.
  • Sensex Gains Over 350 Points, Nifty Above 10,400
    Forty three out of 50 Nifty stocks advanced in trade led by gains in pharma, metal, financial, auto, realty and banking stocks.
  • Sebi Allows Foreign Entities In Commodity Derivatives Market
    The move comes after Sebi in its board meeting last month approved the proposal in this regard. Currently, foreign entities are not permitted to directly participate in the commodity derivatives market, even if they import/export various commodities from/to the country.
  • Sensex Drops 174 Points, Nifty Settles At 10,301: 10 Things To Know
    Stock markets closed on a lower note on Tuesday, amid heavy selling in auto, consumer durables and FMCG sectors. The S&P BSE Sensex declined 174.91 points or 0.51 per cent to end at 34,299.47. The Nifty50 index of the NSE slipped 47 points or 0.45 per cent to settle at 10,301.05. Investors refrained from making big bets ahead of corporate results due next week, according to analysts. Carmaker Tata Motors was the top laggard on both benchmark indices, finishing the day 13 per cent lower.
  • Sensex, Nifty Turn Negative; Tata Motors Shares Tank 13%
    Losing between 1.68 and 13.28 per cent, the key Sensex laggards were Tata Motors, Bharti Airtel, Asian Paints, ICICI Bank, and Bajaj Auto.
  • Gati Shares Fall 10% After CARE Downgrade
    CARE cut its rating on Gati's long-term bank facilities to 'BBB' from 'A-', and downgraded short-term bank facilities to 'A3+' from 'A2+', according to a regulatory filing. Investors are paying closer attention to rating downgrades after the government rescued shadow banking firm Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS), whose rapid decline spooked investors and sent Indian markets lower.
  • Sensex, Nifty Break 3-Day Losing Streak
    The stock markets started the week on Monday logging mild gains amid a volatile trading session. The BSE benchmark index Sensex ended 97 points higher at 34,474 while the Nifty index of National Stock Exchange (NSE) settled at 10,348, up 31 points from the previous close. With that, the markets snapped three consecutive days of sharp losses. Advances in energy, banking and auto stocks offset losses in IT and metal stocks. The top gainers on the 50-scrip Nifty index were Hindustan Petroleum, Yes Bank, Indian Oil, Reliance Industries and Hero MotoCorp - closing between 4.8 per cent and 8.5 per cent higher.
  • Dewan Housing Finance, Edelweiss Financial Shares Slip As RBI Plans To Tighten Sector Norms
    The RBI left key policy rates unchanged on Friday, and urged all financial firms to use long-term funds rather than rely on short-term funding.
  • Aavas Financiers Shares Drop 13.5% On Market Debut After 1,734 Crore Rupees IPO
    The IPO was subscribed 0.9 times at close amid fears of non-banking financial companies facing a credit crunch.
  • Sensex Reverses Early Losses, Nifty Above 10,350
    Share Market on Monday: Gaining between 2.62 and 5.53 per cent, Reliance Industries, Yes Bank, Hero MotoCorp, Coal India and Kotak Mahindra Bank were the top Sensex gainers.
  • Market Outlook: Rupee, Oil Prices To Drive Equity Indices This Week, Say Experts
    Last week, the rupee touched a fresh low of over 74 to a US dollar in the spot market. It settled at a record closing low of 73.77 per US dollar on October 5.
  • Nifty Hits 6-Month Closing Low After RBI Status Quo On Rates: 10 Points
    Stock markets moved sharply lower on Friday, led by oil retailers a day after the government announced a cut in fuel prices. The Sensex closed 792 points lower at 34,376 while the NSE Nifty settled at 10,316, its lowest since April 4. At 2.7 per cent, the Nifty also registered its biggest percentage fall since November 11, 2016. Heavy selling in state-run oil marketing companies Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum, which finished the day with losses between 16 per cent and 25 per cent, weighed on the benchmark indices. Friday's session also coincided with release of the Reserve Bank of India's fourth bi-monthly policy statement, in which the central bank kept the repo rate unchanged at 6.5 per cent.
  • Petrol, Diesel Price Cut: Indian Oil, Other Fuel Retailers Fall Over 20%
    The government on Thursday announced a 2.50 rupees-per-litre cut in the prices of gasoline and diesel.
  • Sensex Dives Over 500 Points As Big Losses In Oil Retailers Drag Markets
    Shedding between 3.07 and 14.76 per cent, ONGC, Vedanta, Reliance Industries, Coal India, and Mahindra and Mahindra were the top Sensex laggards.

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