Sensex ends over 260 points lower at 31,454; Nifty falls 87.90 points to 9,206; except energy, infra, all sectoral indices in red
The Sensex surrendered all its early gains to end 262 points lower on Tuesday due to emergence of a sudden sell-off in financial stocks at the fag-end of the sessio
Sensex, Nifty slip into red after touching record levels in opening trade; Reliance Industries, TCS, HDFC among major losers
The Sensex dropped 118.74 or 0.28 percent at 41,826.63. The Nifty was down 33.05 points or 0.27 percent at 12310.30. HCL Tech, TCS, Reliance were among major losers.
Markets surge to record high; Sensex soars 294 points, Nifty above 12,300-mark on positive global cues; Infosys rallies 4%
In the previous session, Sensex ended 147.37 points, or 0.36 percent, higher at 41,599.72 and the Nifty settled 40.90 points, or 0.33 percent, higher at 12,256.80.
Rupee rallies for third day to close at fresh two-month high of 69.54; gains 60 paise in last three sessions
However, a continuous rise in global crude oil prices kept rupee under some pressure, restricting its gains.
Sensex slips over 50 points in early trade on weak global cues, US-China trade talks; capital goods, IT stocks weak
Sensex was trading lower by 0.14% or 50.71 points at 36,013.10 in opening trade
Bombay Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange, currency markets closed for trade today on account of Mahashivratri
On Friday, market benchmark Sensex rose over 196 points to end at 36,064 and also posted its second straight weekly gains amid signs of easing tensions between India and Pakistan
Investors' wealth plunges Rs 1.67 lakh cr as stocks tumble on renewed concerns over global trade, profit booking
Following the weak sentiment, the market capitalisation of BSE- listed companies dropped Rs 1,67,594.92 crore to Rs 1,41,07,190.48 crore.
State-owned gas transmission company Gail Ltd will make way for the two stocks in the benchmark index
As for the Indian banks abroad, he said, the changes in currency values do affect them based on what kind of net exposures they have to different currencies,
Tata Motors has emerged as the cheapest export-oriented stock based on 12-month forward earnings among Sensex constituents, analysts say, mainly due to increasing contribution in revenues and profits from its unit Jaguar Land Rover.<br /><br />