Indians venture into US stocks as markets slump at home; pick up exposure to global technology giants
More Indian investors are turning to US stocks to escape tumbling markets at home and pick up exposure to global technology giants that are rising through the coronavirus-led market turmoil
Stock markets trade in green: Sensex rises 400 points, Nifty stays at one-month high in opening session; HDFC bank jumps 5.2%
The Sensex surged over 400 points in opening trade on Monday led by gains in index heavyweights HDFC twins and Infosys amid positive cues from global markets.
Wall Street jumps as hopes for easing lockdown offset earnings worry; Nasdaq registers fourth straight day of gains
Advancing issues outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by a 3.19-to-1 ratio; on Nasdaq, a 2.54-to-1 ratio favored advancers.
Nascent optimism is budding on Wall Street that the worst of the selling may be over, but markets around the world remain tentative amid uncertainty about whether global authorities can nurse the economy through the pandemic.
Stock Market Today LIVE Updates: Sensex down 581 points, Nifty dips 205 points at close; all sectoral indices in red
Stock Market Today LATEST Updates: Sensex was down 581.28 points or 2.01 pecent at 28288.23, while Nifty was down 205.35 points or 2.42 percent at 8263.45.
Sensex tanks over 1,700 points, Nifty below 8,000-mark as coronavirus pandemic erodes investor confidence; Bajaj Finance, Maruti among top losers
Bajaj Finance was the top loser which tanked over 13 percent in the Sensex pack. Other losers included Asian Paints, Mahindra and Mahindra, Maruti, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ONGC, Reliance Industries.
Markets on freefall: Sensex crashes over 3,100 points to 32,587; Nifty plunges 932 points at 9,526; ITC, Axis Bank, SBI, ONGC trade in red
Trump announced on Wednesday the United States will suspend all travel from Europe, except from the United Kingdom, to the United States for 30 days starting on Friday
Oil trims gains as US flags release of crude reserves, but Middle East risks keep stocks on back foot
The drone attack over the weekend has cut the kingdom’s oil production in half, creating the biggest disruption to global oil supplies in absolute terms
In pre-Christmas bloodbath, Dow crashes 650 points as Donald Trump trains guns on Federal Reserve boss Jerome Powell
A bruising stock selloff on Monday wiped out more than 650 points from the Dow Jones Industrial Average as US president Donald Trump, fighting like a cornered badger against bad news all around, lashed out at his Federal Reserve chairman and the US stock market careened to its worst showing since April 2017.
The fears of a trade war between United States and China battered Asian shares again on Monday, keeping the safe haven yen near a 16-month peak as investors fretted over the fate of global growth.
US stock futures and Asian shares dipped after North Korea fired another missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean on Friday
Stocks were choppy for much of the day even though investors viewed the hint of caution about rate hikes as reassuring
Declining issues outnumbered advancers on the NYSE 3,064 to 131. On the Nasdaq, 2,632 issues fell and 281 advanced
US stock futures tumbled while safe-haven assets such as the yen and U.S. bonds gained on Friday after media reported that a doctor who returned to New York City from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola.
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 />
US stocks were little changed on Friday, and the benchmark S&P 500 was on pace for its first weekly drop in five, following a weak payrolls report that reassured investors the Federal Reserve wouldn't speed up plans to hike interest rates.