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The BSE Sensex slumped over 407 points to end at one-month low of 34,005.76 and the Nifty ended below 10,500 mark due to widespread sell-off after global rout in stocks returned on worries about rising US interest rates
Dow Jones Industrial Average plunges over 1,000 points, sinks into correction; S&P 500 falls 100 points
The US' 10-year yield nearly surpassed a four-year high of 2.885 percent in the morning trading on Thursday,
Asia stocks pummelled by new Wall Street slide, safe havens in demand; are markets staring at fresh crash?
US stocks began to wobble last Friday after a healthy US labour market report sparked a spike in bond yields
RBI considered first advance estimate for GVA growth that central statistics office (CSO) revised down to 6.1 percent for 2017-18
Global equities sell-off: Sensex recoups after 1,200-point fall; RBI policy meet holds key for markets today
The Sensex on Tuesday had closed at 34,195.94 points, down 561.22 points or 1.61 percent, from its previous close at 34,757.16 points.
Stock market rout erodes Rs 9.6 lakh crore investor wealth in 3 days as Sensex crashes by over 2,100 points
Stock market bloodbath has wiped out a staggering Rs 9.6 lakh crore from investor wealth in three days with the rout continuing amid sell-off in world markets
Bloodbath on Dalal Street: Sensex crashes nearly 1,300 points, Nifty plunges 350 points as selloff continues
Indian markets are already under pressure after the government presented budget that focused on populist measures ahead of general elections in 2019 and imposed a long term capital gains tax on equities
All the sectoral indices, led by banking, FMCG and capital goods were trading in the positive zone with gains up to 1.92 percent.
The benchmark BSE Sensex too climbed 238.16 points, or 0.71 percent, to trade at new record of 33,451.29, breaking its previous such reading of 33,340.17 reached on 30 October.
Extending its climb for the fourth consecutive session, the benchmark Sensex advanced over 74 points in early trade today amid a firming trend at Asian bourses.
The dollar, which fell to a seven-month low against a basket of currencies on Monday, was up about 1 percent.
Oil majors Exxon and Chevron fell about 6.6 percent. US oil and gas stocks have already lost about $310 billion of market value this year.
US markets were in the red even before the halt, which started just after 11:30 a.m. ET, as the slide in Chinese markets spurred concerns over its impact on global economic growth.
The benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 134 points in early trade today on value-buying by investors in selective stocks amidst optimism over the upcoming Budget.
Draghi said at a news conference following the ECB's monetary policy meeting that governing council members had been "unanimous in stating that the asset purchase programme is a true monetary policy tool in a legal sense".
US stocks rose on Tuesday, with the Dow closing above 18,000 for the first time ever and the S&P 500 ending at a record after an unexpectedly strong report on economic growth. The Nasdaq ended modestly lower, pressured by the biggest selloff in biotech names in many months, while trading was light ahead of the Christmas holiday.<br />
US stocks ended higher on Friday, lifting the S&P 500 to a fresh closing high, after a weaker-than-expected jobs report was taken as a sign that the Federal Reserve will not begin raising interest rates anytime soon.<br />
U.S. bond prices dropped and the dollar rose after dipping on Friday, when the government in Kiev said its artillery had hit a Russian armored column. Russia denied its forces had crossed into Ukraine.<br />
Murdoch, who is Fox's chairman and CEO, cited Time Warner's management and its board's refusal to engage with Fox as one reason for the stunning turnabout.<br />