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  • Sensex Closes 231 Points Higher, Nifty Ends At 10,855: 10 Things To Know
    Rising for a fourth consecutive session, domestic stock markets closed on a positive note on Wednesday tracking strength in global peers. The BSE benchmark index ended at 36,212.91, up 0.64 per cent or 231.98 points from the previous close, while the broader NSE benchmark Nifty50 finished with a gain of 53 points or 0.49 per cent at 10,855.15. Advances in financial and FMCG stocks supported the markets, however weakness in metal stocks kept the upside in check. The markets traded with gains for most of the session, expect a brief reversal in afternoon trade as metal stocks weighed.
  • Sensex, Nifty Trim Early Gains As Metals Weigh: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets started Wednesday's session on a strong note tracking gains in Asian peers on hopes of a US-China trade deal. The Sensex jumped as much as 269 points to touch 36,250, while the Nifty advanced 68 points to 10,870, supported by buying in information technology stocks. Sharp losses in metal stocks in afternoon limited the upside. Analysts awaited key corporate earnings due this week for cues.
  • Sensex, Nifty Close Higher For Third Day In A Row: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets swung between gains and losses on Tuesday before closing higher for the day, amid advances in global peers. The markets changed direction multiple times amid cautious trade as investors awaited the onset of corporate earnings season due later this week. Gains in banking and pharma stocks pushed the markets higher but selling in energy shares kept the upside in check. The Sensex logged a swing of 283 points during the session, trading in a range of 36,037-35,753 as against its previous close of 35,850.
  • Supreme Court Clears Reopening Of Vedanta's Copper Smelter, Shares Rise
    The state government appealed against the environment court's order in December to set aside Tamil Nadu's order to close the copper smelter permanently.
  • Sensex, Nifty Turn Choppy Amid Cautious Trade: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets swung between gains and losses after starting Tuesday's session on a positive note. The benchmark indices moved in a range amid mixed Asian cues and a rebound in crude oil, traders said. The S&P BSE Sensex rose as much as 117.92 points to hit 35,968.08 and slipped as much as 96.21 points to an intraday low of 35,753.95. The Nifty50 barometer of the National Stock Exchange moved in a range of 10,797.50 and 10,733.25, logging a swing of 64.25 points compared with its previous close of 10,771.80.
  • Sensex Closes 155 Points Higher, Nifty Ends Above 10,770: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets ended Monday's session on a higher note tracking strength in global peers on easing of concerns about a slowdown in world economy. The 30-scrip Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark index closed at 35,850.16, up 155.06 points or 0.43 per cent from the previous close, and the Nifty50 index of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) moved 44.45 points or 0.41 per cent higher to finish at 10,771.80. Gains on Dalal Street were led by IT, realty and banking stocks. Optimism ahead of the corporate earnings season boosted trading sentiment.
  • Sensex Jumps Over 350 Points, Nifty Above 10,800: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets started Monday's session on a positive note tracking firm global cues. Continued buying by domestic investors also boosted the trading sentiment. The S&P BSE Sensex jumped as much as 381.85 points to touch 36,076.95, while the Nifty50 barometer of the National Stock Exchange climbed 108.6 points to 10,835.95. The gains on Dalal Street were led by metal, banking and auto stocks. Heavyweights Reliance Industries, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, IndusInd Bank and Yes Bank contributed the most to the advances on the Sensex.
  • Corporate Earnings, Economic Data, Global Cues To Drive Markets: Experts
    The Q3 earnings result season will kick-off from next week. IT major TCS is expected to be the first bluechip firm to come out with its Q3 result on January 10.
  • Sensex Closes 181 Points Higher As Markets Break 2-Day Fall: 10 Things To Know
    Breaking a two-day fall, domestic stock markets ended Friday's volatile session on a positive note. The 30-scrip Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark index end at 35,695.10, up 181.39 points or 0.51 per cent, from the previous close, and the Nifty50 index of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) moved 55.10 points or 0.52 per cent higher to finish at 10,727.35. Gains on the Dalal Street were led by robust buying in banking, financials, metal and pharma stocks. Strength in the rupee against the dollar also lifted investors' sentiment, according to analysts.
  • Sensex Jumps Over 200 Points As Banking Stocks Rise: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets regained strength in afternoon on Friday, after see-sawing between gains and losses amid cautious trade earlier in the session. The Sensex gained as much as 230 points to hit 35,744 at the day's strongest point by afternoon, while the Nifty went up by 68 points to 10,741. Advances in banking and financial services stocks pushed the indices higher, however losses in IT counters kept the upside in check. Analysts said the investors awaited fresh domestic cues for further direction in the markets.
  • Slowdown Fears Fuelled By US Economic Data, Apple Warning Drag Wall Street
    S&P Technology companies slid 5.1 per cent, its biggest one-day percentage drop since August 2011. The Philadelphia SE Semiconductor index ended the session 5.9 per cent lower.
  • Sensex, Nifty Turn Choppy Amid Cautious Trade: 10 Things To Know
    After opening on a positive note on Friday, domestic stock markets swung between gains and losses in late morning trade. The S&P BSE Sensex surged as much as 191.14 points to hit 35,704.85 and slipped as much as 131.63 points to an intraday low of 35,382.08. The Nifty50 barometer of the National Stock Exchange moved in a range of 10,729.40 and 10,628.65, logging a swing of 100.75 points compared with its previous close of 10,672.25.
  • Apple Shares Nosedive Nearly 10%, Send Investors To Safe Havens
    US stocks opened lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.73 per cent and the Nasdaq Composite dropping 1.22 per cent. Technology stocks led a selloff across Asian, European and US shares after Apple cut its revenue forecast, its first downgrade in nearly 12 years, blaming weaker iPhone sales in China.
  • Shares In Apple Supplier Plunge 20%
    Apple warned on Wednesday that sales in its holiday season quarter would be lower than expected, blaming slowing iPhone sales in China.
  • Sensex Plunges 377 Points, Nifty Ends At 10,672 As Markets Extend Losses To Second Day
    Top laggards on the Nifty50 were Eicher Motors, Hindustan Petroleum, ONGC, Indiabulls Housing Finance and Indian Oil Corporation, closing with losses of between 4.22 per cent and 3.32 per cent.

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