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  • Sensex, Nifty Close Higher For Second Straight Day: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets extended gains to a second straight session amid positive global cues. Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index Sensex ended 157 points higher at 35,807 on Thursday, and the Nifty finished at 10,779, up 49 points - or 0.47 per cent - from the previous close. Buying in IT, energy and fast-moving consumer goods stocks pushed the markets higher, but caution among investors ahead of the expiry of monthly derivatives contracts limited the upside.
  • Sensex Spikes Nearly 400 Points, Nifty Above 10,800: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets started Thursday's session on a positive note, taking cues from Wall Street as US stocks recovered from heavy losses after the White House assured that US President Trump had no intention of firing the US Federal Reserve chairman. The S&P BSE Sensex rose as much as 391.3 points to touch 36,041.24, while the Nifty50 barometer of the National Stock Exchange surged 94.95 points to 10,824.80. The gains on Dalal Street were led by IT, metal, FMCG and auto stocks.
  • Nifty Regains 10,700 Mark As Markets Reverse Losses: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets reversed early losses to break a three-day losing spree on Wednesday, shrugging off weakness in Asian peers on global growth concerns. National Stock Exchange (NSE) benchmark index Nifty rose 66 points to end at 10,729, while the BSE Sensex settled at 35,649, up 179 points from the previous close. Strong buying interest witnessed in banking, financial services and infrastructure stocks pushed the key indices higher, however losses in IT and pharma sectors kept the upside in check. Wednesday's session was marked with high volatility with the Sensex and Nifty logging swings of 700 points and 212 points respectively.
  • Sensex Gains Over 200 Points, Nifty Above 10,700: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets rebounded after falling over 1 per cent on Wednesday supported by gains in shares of private bank and auto companies. The S&P BSE Sensex rose as much as 233.65 points to touch 35,703.80, while the Nifty50 barometer of the National Stock Exchange surged 83.5 points to 10,747.00. Except IT and pharma, all sectoral indices traded in the green. Top gainers on the 50-scrip index were Adani Ports, ZEEL, Bajaj Finserv, Bharti Airtel, HDFC Bank, trading between 3.79 per cent and 1.97 per cent higher.
  • Stock, Forex Markets Remain Shut On Tuesday
    Domestic stock, forex markets remained closed today on account of Christmas and trading in equity, money, commodity markets will resume on Wednesday
  • Sensex Closes 271 Points Lower, Nifty Gives Up 10,700: 10 Things To Know
    Declining for a third consecutive session, domestic stock markets closed in the red on Monday as political uncertainties in the US and slow global economic growth dampened investor risk appetite. S&P BSE Sensex dropped 271.92 points, or 0.76 per cent, to settle at 35,470.15. The broader Nifty ended 90.50 points, or 0.84 per cent, lower at 10,663.50 as thirty-six of its 50 stocks finished in the negative zone. Both the benchmark indices posted their worst closing levels since December 11.
  • Sensex Falls Over 100 Points Amid Choppy Trade, Nifty Near 10,730: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets started the holiday-shortened week on a lacklustre note, amid a subdued trend in Asian peers on global growth concerns. Benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty opened higher but moved in a narrow range see-sawing between gains and losses in first few minutes of trade. In morning deals, losses in auto and metal stocks offset advances in IT and pharma counters. The Nifty has declined 213 points, or 1.9 per cent, in past two trading sessions, after a rally that lasted seven days.
  • Global Cues, Derivatives Expiry To Guide Market Next Week: Experts
    On technical charts, the short term trend of the National Stock Exchange's (NSE) Nifty50 has turned negative after the sharp correction that was witnessed last Friday.
  • Sensex, Nifty Close Nearly 2% Lower On Global Selloff: 10 Points
    Domestic stock markets fell nearly 2 per cent on Friday tracking weakness across Asian markets, as investors remained jittery amid uncertain global cues. Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark index Sensex closed at 35,742.07, down 689.60 points or 1.89 per cent from the previous close, and the Nifty50 index of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) plunged 197.70 points or 1.81 per cent to settle at 10,754.00. A heavy selloff was witnessed after investors booked profits in IT, auto and financial stocks amid weak signals from global markets.
  • Sensex Nosedives Over 600 Points As Selloff Worsens: 10 Points
    After a positive opening, domestic equity markets slumped on Friday tracking a selloff in global markets. The S&P BSE Sensex sank as much as 633.04 points to 35,798.63 at the day's lowest point, while the Nifty50 barometer of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) plunged 194.6 points to hit an intraday low of 10,757.10. At 2:30 pm, the 30-share Sensex traded at 35,828.93, down 602.74 points or 1.65 per cent, and the 50-scrip Nifty was at 10,769.95, down 181.75 points or 1.66 per cent from the previous close.
  • Volatility In Indian Markets Lowest Among Major Peers: Sebi Chairman
    The volatility in Indian equity market at 12 per cent is among the lowest compared to major developed and emerging markets..," the chairman said.
  • Sensex, Nifty Close Lower As 7-Day Rally Ends: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets finished lower on Thursday amid weakness in Asian peers, after the US central bank dashed investor hopes for a more dovish policy outlook. Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark index Sensex shed 52.66 points to end at 36,431.67 and the Nifty50 index of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) settled at 10,951.70, down 15.60 points from the previous close. That marked an end to a rally in the markets that lasted for seven sessions in a row. Losses were led by PSU banking, fast-moving consumer goods and metal stocks.
  • Sensex, Nifty Set To End 7-Day Rally: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets fell on Thursday amid weakness across Asian peers, halting a seven-day-long winning run. The Sensex fell as much as 281.43 points to touch 36,202.90 in morning, while the Nifty gave up 87.25 points to 10,880.05. A selloff across sectors barring pharma dragged the markets lower, led by energy and metal stocks. If the markets finish the session lower, that would mark the first loss after a rally that lasted for seven consecutive sessions, in which the Nifty rose 478.85 points or 4.57 per cent.
  • ONGC Board To Consider Listing Overseas Unit On Domestic Bourses: Report
    The move to float the unit is part of a government push to sell state assets to raise funds.
  • Sensex, Nifty Extend Rally To Seventh Straight Day: 10 Things To Know
    Domestic stock markets finished Wednesday's session on a positive note as crude prices softened and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced higher bond purchases going forward. Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark index Sensex ended at 36,484.33, up 137.25 points or 0.38 per cent from the previous close, and the Nifty50 index of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) rose 58.60 points or 0.54 per cent to settle at 10,967.30. Wednesday marked the seventh consecutive sessions when the key indices finished higher. Except IT and pharma, all sectoral indices on the NSE closed higher.

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