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Markets end in red: Sensex plummets 2,002 points, Nifty suffers heavy loss of over 560 points; ICICI Bank top loser
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Markets end in red: Sensex plummets 2,002 points, Nifty suffers heavy loss of over 560 points; ICICI Bank top loser

Sensex plunged 5.94 percent or 2,002 points on Monday, tracking massive selloffs in global markets amid rising US-China tensions.

Markets end day's trading in red: Sensex down 310 points at 30,380, Nifty drops below 9,000-mark; Kotak Bank top loser, cracks 6%
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Markets end day's trading in red: Sensex down 310 points at 30,380, Nifty drops below 9,000-mark; Kotak Bank top loser, cracks 6%

Markets surged more than 2 percent in early deals as investors on Dalal Street shrugged off the dire forecasts of virtually no growth in 2020 and took positives from the reports that businesses could see phased opening from 20 April.

Stocks savaged, Italy on lockdown; US President Donald Trump seeks to reassure as coronavirus spreads
Business

Stocks savaged, Italy on lockdown; US President Donald Trump seeks to reassure as coronavirus spreads

Major European stock markets dived more than 7 percent, Japanese indexes fell over 5 percent and US markets sank over 7 percent after Saudi Arabia launched an oil price war with Russia

Sensex rallies 175 points to hit record high, Nifty tests 12,100; Kotak Bank top gainer, Sun Pharma sheds nearly 2%
Business

Sensex rallies 175 points to hit record high, Nifty tests 12,100; Kotak Bank top gainer, Sun Pharma sheds nearly 2%

After starting significantly higher, the Sensex pared gains to trade 15.33 points or 0.04 percent up at 41,025.04

UK should trigger Article 50 after having a 'clear view' of its future ties with EU: George Osborne
World

UK should trigger Article 50 after having a 'clear view' of its future ties with EU: George Osborne

Britain should only trigger Article 50 to leave the EU when it has a "clear view" of how its future in the bloc looks, finance minister George Osborne said Monday following last week's shock referendum.