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  • Sensex Closes 218 Points Lower, Nifty Settles Below 11,000
    Top laggards on the 50-scrip Nifty index were Yes Bank, Indiabulls Housing Finance, Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Finserv and Maruti Suzuki India, closing between 3.3 per cent and 9 per cent lower.The Bank Nifty closed 1.3 per cent lower. Prominent losers on the sectoral index included Punjab National Bank, IDFC Bank and Bank of Baroda, which declined 4-8 per cent.The markets started the session on a lacklustre note but losses deepened in the afternoon.
  • Sensex Falls Over 150 Points, Nifty Struggles Above 11,000
    Share markets on Thursday: Main losers in the 30-share Sensex pack were ICICI Bank, Larsen & Tourbo, Sun Pharma, Maruti, HDFC and Yes Bank.
  • Government, Regulators To Take Action To Avoid "Market Freeze": Top Official
    Worries over weakening macro-economic fundamentals have taken centre stage as crude oil prices have surged and trade tariff tensions have led to a broad retreat from emerging markets. The finance ministry, RBI and Sebi have this week all said they all were closely monitoring the impact of a liquidity crunch on NBFCs, and stood ready to intervene.
  • Sensex Closes 109 Points Lower, Nifty Settles At 11,053: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets closed lower on Wednesday, dragged by consumer goods and IT stocks. The S&P BSE Sensex declined 109.79 points, or 0.30 per cent, to end at 36,542.27. The NSE's Nifty50 index dropped 13.65 points or 0.12 per cent to settle at 11,053.80. Investors booked profits as caution set in ahead of the expiry of September derivative contracts on Thursday. The rupee rose marginally against the US dollar. Analysts will watch outcome of the Federal Reserve's policy meet due later in the day.
  • Sensex Edges Higher, Nifty Hovers Around 11,100
    Share Market on Wednesday: Yes Bank, Sun Pharma, Axis Bank, Tata Steel, and Mahindra and Mahindra were the top five Sensex gainers.
  • Sensex Closes 347 Points Higher, Nifty Reclaims 11,000 As Markets Break Five-Day Fall
    The stock markets finished Tuesday's session with strong gains, recovering from some volatility witnessed in the first half of the day. The BSE benchmark index Sensex closed 347 points higher at 36,652, while the NSE Nifty settled at 11,067, up 100 points from the previous close. While Tuesday's gains in equity markets provided some relief to investors concerned because of an anticipated cash crunch in the NBFC or non-banking financial company segment, caution prevailed on the back of the rupee moving near all-time lows against the dollar. Advances in the markets were led by buying witnessed across banking, financial services, consumer goods and pharma stocks. The Sensex had shed 1785 points, or 4.7 per cent, in the past five consecutive sessions.
  • Sensex Surges Over 200 Points, Nifty Above 11,000
    Share Market on Tuesday: The top five Sensex gainers were Yes Bank, Axis Bank, Sun Pharma, Asian Paints and Maruti Suzuki, which were up between 2.47 per cent - 4.13 per cent.
  • Embassy Office Parks Realty Investment Trust Files For IPO
    The REIT, set up in March 2017, operates in the top office markets such as Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Noida.
  • Government Seeks To Soothe Markets As Liquidity Concerns Grow
    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's intervention came on the heels of assurances on Sunday from both the Reserve Bank of India and market regulator Sebi that they were closely monitoring developments in financial markets and ready to act if needed.
  • Nifty Closes Below 11,000 After A Gap Of Over 2 Months
    Top laggards on the 50-scrip index Nifty were Indiabulls Housing Finance, Eicher Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, HDFC and Bajaj Finance. The Nifty 50 registered its biggest single-day percentage loss since March 16.
  • Finance Minister Assures Action As Default Worries Spook Market
    The government will provide adequate liquidity to mutual funds and non-bank financial companies, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday.
  • Dewan Housing Finance, IL&FS Shares Rise 15%
    DHFL stock price was at Rs 403.60, up Rs 52.05 or 14.81 % and IL&FS share price was at Rs 14.05, with a gain of Rs 1.80 or 14.69% on the BSE.
  • Centre Calms Jittery Investors On Liquidity Concerns In Financial Firms
    "The government will take all measures to ensure that adequate liquidity is maintained/provided to the NBFCs, the mutual funds and the SMEs," Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.
  • Sensex Tanks Over 500 Points, Nifty Below 11,000: 10 Points
    The domestic equity markets extended their weakness by afternoon on Monday even as the government tried to calm investors over liquidity concerns of non-banking finance companies or NBFCs. At the day's lowest point so far, the S&P BSE Sensex touched 36,239.57 and the Nifty hit 10,946.05. At 12:38 pm, the 30-share Sensex was trading at 36,295.26, down 546.34 points, or 1.48 per cent, and the Nifty50 at 10,967.55, down 175.55 points or 1.58 per cent. Weakness across banking, financial services, auto and FMCG dragged the indices lower, however losses were limited due to sharp rise in IT stocks.
  • Rupee Movement, F&O Expiry To Set Course Of Domestic Equity Indices, Say Analysts
    Market analysts feel the indices could offer some relief in the upcoming week, after largely bearish trade last week.

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