Sensex jumped 224 points on Friday, driven by gains in HDFC, ITC and HUL despite weak cues from global markets.
Stock markets open flat: Sensex sheds over 200 points, Nifty below 9,200-mark; ITC, OMCs among major losers
Shares in consumer goods conglomerate ITC and lender Axis Bank Ltd fell 6 percent and 3.8 percent, respectively, after a news report that the government is planning to sell its stakes in the two companies.
Markets open in red: Sensex nosedives over 1,500 points, Nifty plunges below 9,500-level; Rupee tanks in early trade
The Sensex was trading 1,513.68 points or 4.49 percent lower at 32,203.94, and the NSE Nifty plunged 425.70 points, or 4.32 percent, to 9,434.20
Remaining risk-averse amid the coronavirus pandemic, overseas investors have withdrawn net Rs 10,347 crore from Indian capital markets in April so far
Market opens in red: Sensex falls 326.25 points, Nifty below 9,000-mark; Rupee opens at historic low
Sensex dropped over 300 points in opening trade on Thursday tracking losses in global markets as investors fretted over rising number of Covid-19 cases and its impact on the world economy.
While shares of Yes Bank rose sharply by more than 50 percent to hit a high of Rs 40.40 apiece at the BSE on Monday following a restructuring scheme notified by the government on Saturday, one particular clause to restrict trading in the bank's shares left many investors concerned.
Rupee rout deepens, slips 16 paise to 74.44 against dollar on global equity market selloff; RBI move restricts local unit's fall
A day earlier, the rupee had tumbled by 60 paise to close at a new 17-month low of 74.28 amid coronavirus pandemic fanning global economic recession fears.
Earlier, the markets had opened on a choppy note tracking persistent foreign fund outflow and tepid cues from global markets.
Sensex rallies 542 points to 38,686, Nifty jumps 171 points in opening session; Sun Pharma, Tata Steel, RIL among top gainers
Sensex was trading 533.37 points, or 1.40 percent, higher at 38,677.39, and the NSE Nifty jumped 179.75 points, or 1.61 percent, to 11,312.50
Coronavirus scare: FPIs adopt cautious stance; invest only Rs 6,554 cr in capital markets in February
FPIs have adopted a cautious stance on the back of lack of growth in the domestic economy, disappointing corporate earnings and social unrest that the country is facing
Sensex, Nifty recover from early losses amid coronavirus concerns, Donald Trump visit fails to fire markets; NTPC, ONGC among top gainers
HCL Tech was the top loser in the Sensex pack, followed by Sun Pharma, Titan, Tech Mahindra and Bajaj Auto.
Sensex surges over 400 points in early trade in line with Asian peers; Bharti Infra, Coal India among top gainers
Starting off on a higher note, the Sensex further gained strength as the trade progressed and quoted at 41,302.80, a rise of 408.42 points or 1 percent
Investments in the Indian capital market through participatory notes (P-notes) continue to decline and hit a nearly 11-year low of Rs 64,537 crore till the end of December 2019
Foreign investors turned net buyers in the Indian markets in the December quarter, pumping in a staggering $6.3 billion on the back of the government's intent to bring reforms for supporting the economic growth
FPIs open fund floodgates for Indian markets, net inflow crosses Rs 1 lakh cr in 2019; positive trend may continue in 2020
While the year 2018 saw a net outflow of over Rs 33,000 crore by FPIs in equities, there were was a net inflow of Rs 51,000 crore in 2017, of Rs 20,500 crore in 2016, of Rs 17,800 crore in 2015 and of Rs 97,054 crore in 2014.
Investments through P-notes decline to Rs 69,670 cr at November end; Rs 52,749 cr invested in equities
The use of P-notes has been on a decline since 2017 and slumped to a nine-and-a-half year low of Rs 66,587 crore at the end of October last year.
Indian stock gains to be limited in 2020 as fiscal stimulus, easy monetary policy fail to revive economy: Poll
The BSE Sensex index was forecast to rise another 6.7 percent to 43,645 by end of next year from Monday’s close of 40,889.
Political dogfight can wait, netas across party lines should now discuss good economics to save a free-falling economy
The overall economic growth has been slowing worryingly with the GDP touching 5 percent in the April-June quarter. Since then, things have only worsened in the economy.
Why Nirmala Sitharaman’s back-to-back growth booster pills aren’t working yet to cure India's big consumption collapse
It was in August when Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman began announcing back-to-back measures to address the economic slowdown
Dropping for the fourth consecutive month, investments through participatory notes (P-notes) in the Indian capital market stood at Rs 76,611 crore at the end of September