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Indian shares rose for a sixth consecutive session on Tuesday, with the benchmark index Sensex approaching a record high hit earlier this month, as investors digested upbeat corporate earnings results and overseas investors continued investing in Indian equities on expectations the Narendra Modi government...

Indian shares are trading higher on Tuesday, extending gains for a sixth consecutive session, with renewed foreign fund flows and solid corporate earnings results aiding sentiment. The Asian markets are trading mostly higher despite lingering concerns about the Ukraine crisis and violence in Gaza. The...

Indian shares are set to open higher on Tuesday, tracking gains in Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange as overseas investors continue to remain net buyers in the cash segment on hopes the Modi government can revive the Indian growth story. The Q1 earnings season has gotten off to a relatively positive...

Indian shares rose for a fifth day on Monday, with better-than-expected earnings from companies such as Reliance Industries and HDFC and easing drought concerns supporting sentiment. After rallying over 200 points earlier in the day, the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex pared gains to end the session up 41.51...

Indian shares rose notably on Monday, with solid quarterly results from Reliance Industries, signs of a pick-up in monsoon rains and firm global cues underpinning investor sentiment. The other Asian markets are trading mostly higher, taking cues from a positive finish on Wall Street Friday, as optimism...

Indian shares are set to open higher on Monday after the Indian Meteorological Department said there is a note of optimism for the entire nation on the monsoon front. With rains picking up across the country, the monsoon deficit has come down by 12 percent in July to 31-32 percent from 43 percent...

Indian shares rose for a fourth consecutive session on Friday, as renewed buying by foreign funds and better-than-expected quarterly earnings from Tata Consultancy Services, India's largest IT services exporter, offset concerns surrounding the drowning of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet, possibly by...

Indian shares fell modestly on Friday, tracking weak global cues amid fresh geopolitical tensions after Israel launched a ground incursion into Gaza and a Malaysian airliner crashed in rebel-held eastern Ukraine, with Kiev saying the aircraft was shot down by militants. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex...

Indian shares are seen drifting lower on Friday, following three days of consecutive gains as risk aversion creeps back into markets amid geopolitical worries. The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty ended a lackluster session marginally higher on Thursday despite weak global cues as concerns that...

India's key benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty ended a lackluster session slightly higher on Thursday despite weak global cues. The broader indexes outperformed on the back of improving risk appetite as provisional data showed overseas investors turned net buyers in Indian equities after recent selling...

Indian shares opened on a flat note on Thursday as caution set in following two days of strong gains. The Asian markets pared early gains and the dollar advanced against the euro following disappointing economic data from Europe and amid expectations U.S. interest rates may see earlier hike in wake of...

Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are inching lower, indicating a flat to slightly lower open on Thursday after two days of strong gains. Underlying sentiment, however, may remain positive as data showed that foreign investors turned net buyers in Indian equities after recent selling on disappointment...

Indian shares rose sharply on Wednesday, with rate-sensitive banking, infrastructure and realty stocks rallying after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) eased financing norms for infrastructure lending. The RBI allowed banks to extend 25-year loans to fund public works such as roads and ports, with...

Indian shares rose on Wednesday, with rate-sensitive financial, infrastructure and realty stocks gaining ground after the Reserve Bank of India allowed long-term bonds raised by banks for infrastructure lending and affordable housing to be exempted from mandatory reserve requirements, in line with the...

Indian shares are seen opening higher on Wednesday, as Brent crude prices extended their recent declines and the Reserve Bank of India eased certain fundraising conditions imposed on banks to encourage infrastructure development and affordable housing in pursuance of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's Budget...