Markets recover: Benchmark indices close day's session with minor losses; Vedanta, ITC, NTPC among top gainers
At close, the benchmark indices recovered sharply: Sensex was down 190.10 points or 0.60 percent at 31371.12, and the Nifty was down 42.65 points or 0.46 percent at 9196.55.
Forex traders said the rupee opened on a weak note taking negative cues from Asian equities.
Monday’s plunge in US crude came as the May contract expiry looms at the end of Tuesday trade.
DCB Bank has witnessed a significant jump in its foreign remittance services on the coronavirus outbreak, specially for education purposes, as parents want to ensure their children abroad have sufficient money to sustain themselves in the situation of a lockdown
Asian stocks opened higher on Monday as there was a marked improvement due to the falling number of coronavirus deaths and new cases.
Stock Market Latest Updates: Market erases gains in previous sessions as Sensex tanks over 1,300 points, Nifty below 8,300-mark; Bajaj Finance, HDFC among top losers
Stock market LIVE Updates: Indices off opening lows; Nifty above 8,500-mark; Bajaj Finance, M&M, IndusInd Bank among top losers
Dollar scales record levels at 3-year peak; global rampage spurs FX interventions, speculation of big G7 move
The dollar’s brutal ascent—up 6.5 percent this month against a basket of peers—has sent almost every other currency reeling.
IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath says a very credible challenger necessary to displace US dollar's dominance
Speaking here at a WEF 2020 session on dollar's dominance, Gopinath said historically one currency has always dominated the global trade.
Asian shares tumble, Treasury yields plunge; gold, oil soar after Iran strike on US' Al Asad Air Base in Iraq
The flight to safety and a falling dollar supported gold, which rocked 1.91 percent higher on the spot market to $1,603.93 per ounce.
Sensex, Nifty edge higher as easing trade tensions spur risk appetite; Tata Motors rallies nearly 4%, Bharti Airtel in red
The BSE Sensex jumped over 250 points on Friday led by global euphoria over progress in US-China trade and likely Conservative Party win in UK general elections
"We can confirm that England players were subjected to abhorrent racist chanting while playing in the Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria," the FA said in a statement.
Asia stocks fall to two-week low as hopes fade for big Fed rate cut; tech stocks drag led by Apple Inc's overnight slump
Investors have rushed to scale back Fed rate cut expectations following unexpectedly strong gains in US jobs for June
Nepal's central bank bans use of India's Rs 2,000, Rs 500, Rs 200 currency notes; move to affect tourists, tourism industry
The central bank said in its circular letter that Indian currency of 200, 500 and 2,000 denominations cannot be carried and used for trading, it said.
Nepal has banned the use of Indian currency notes of Rs 2,000, Rs 500 and Rs 200 denominations, a move that could affect Indian tourists visiting the Himalayan nation
In France's Yellow Vest protests, President Emmanuel Macron faces a problem without a defined purpose or prescription
Any discussion with the Yellow Vest protesters, runs into a further problem. Who, if anyone, would be the chief interlocutor? The Yellow Vests are neither a party nor an organised movement but a structureless, sudden materialisation of groups mobilised through social media.
Wayne Rooney to come out of retirement for a final one-off appearance in a friendly against United States
Wayne Rooney is to come out of England retirement for a final one-off appearance against the United States in an international friendly at Wembley this month, the Football Association announced Sunday.
Rupee free fall: Merely blaming external factors for Indian currency depreciation won't do; govt should think out-of-the-box
The US-Sino trade war has caught India in the crossfires just the US beef against Turkey damaged the Indian rupee a month ago.
Arun Jaitley remains non-committal on cutting excise duty as petrol and diesel prices hit fresh high
Arun Jaitley defended criticism that he and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj as Opposition leaders had mounted against the previous UPA government on the issue saying inflation during those times was in double-digits
The rupee fell for the sixth straight session on Wednesday, closing at a low of 71.75 against the US dollar, but Arun Jaitley said the currency is better off than others.
Trade fears in Britain are focused on what deal it can strike with the European Union before leaving the bloc at the end of March.