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The news around spot-fixing allegations in the sixth season of the T20 League has left a wave of cold breath on the stocks of India Cements. Analysts say the company is caught in the midst of a double jeopardy of poor show of its March-quarter
BSE Sensex gains 0.39 percent, while the broader NSE Nifty is up 0.4 percent. Asian stocks rose on Wednesday following a positive lead from Wall Street. Technology companies gain as recent falls in the rupee are making the sector more attractive,
M arkets opened on a positive note this Wednesday led by gains in software makers and technology companies. Global risk appetite surged after two senior Federal Reserve officials hinted on continuation of US central bank's stimulus plan to support
Top 5 losers and gainers M arkets ended lower on Tuesday, amid weak European cues, after profit taking in late trades was seen in autos and select bank shares. The 30-share Sensex ended down 112 points at 20,112 and the 50-share Nifty closed 43
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty fell for a second consecutive session on Tuesday to their lowest close in a week as recent outperforming shares such as ITC fell ahead of Federal Reserve events that could provide cues on the future of the U.S. stimulus
India's benchmark stock gauge fell from its highest level in more than two years as concern the rally has exceeded the outlook for earnings growth outweighed inflows from foreign funds. The S&P BSE Sensex slid 0.3 per cent to 20,223.98 at the close
Leading bourses BSE and NSE today identified stocks of some companies, including Birla Power Solutions , that will be shifted to the restricted trading category from May 24. While BSE would shift 40 stocks to trade-for-trade or 'T' group, NSE would
Falling for the first time in five sessions, the BSE benchmark Sensex on Monday retreated from 30-month high levels by losing 62 points to end at 20,223.98 on profit-booking in recent gainers in healthcare, consumer durable and banking sectors.
Markets could witness a spell of profit-booking this week after having run up to their highest levels in two-and-a half years. However, with foreign investors likely to continue buying shares, any downside will be limited, said market participants.
Shares of construction companies outperformed the broad markets in the month ended 17 May. Shares of Larsen & Toubro, NCC, GMR Infrastructure and Jaiprakash Associates gained 14.18%, 12.94%, 10.51% and 10.42% respectively among shares of other