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Indian shares fell for a third consecutive session on Friday as investors digested some lackluster earnings reports and monitored crude price movements amid concerns weak monsoon rains and a rebound in oil prices could again flare up inflation. Crude prices edged lower in Asian deals after closing...

Indian shares opened on a subdued note on Friday, tracking weak global cues as concerns about Greece's debt situation and another set of lackluster U.S. data sapped investors' appetite for risk. The benchmark BSE Sensex is currently down 81 points or 0.28 percent at 28,585, while the broader Nifty...

Indian shares may open on a flat note Friday as indicated by futures trade on the Singapore Stock Exchange. That said, renewed concerns over Greece, surging oil prices and disappointing U.S. data may keep investors on the sidelines heading into the weekend. IT stocks may come under selling pressure...

Indian shares fell for a second day in a row on Thursday as investors fretted that a rebound in oil prices will add to inflation and limit the room for further rate cuts. Crude prices declined in European deals after rallying nearly 6 percent to a 2015 peak Wednesday on speculation that the North American...

Indian shares inched lower in early trading on Thursday despite firm global cues. The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty are currently down about 0.2 percent each after closing down about a percent each on Wednesday due to a sudden bout of selling in the last 30 minutes of trade. TCS is losing half...

Indian shares fell sharply on Wednesday due to a sudden bout of selling in the last 30 minutes of trade. The benchmark BSE Sensex closed at 28,799.69, down 244.75 points or 0.84 percent from its previous close. The broader Nifty index fell 83.80 points or 0.95 percent to close at 8,750.20, snapping a...

Indian shares opened on a flat note as trading resumed after a holiday on Tuesday for Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti. The Indian rupee opened higher at 62.37, tracking the weakness in the dollar following weaker-than-expected U.S. retail sales data. The Asian markets are mostly lower as investors digest...

AsianMarkets-011615_14Apr15.jpg The major Asian markets are showing a lackluster trend on Wednesday, as traders react to the insipid showing by Wall Street stocks overnight. The Japanese market is currently flat even as the yen has weakened in Asian trading. A batch of soft economic data released from China may also impact the mood of the markets in the region, especially in Australia.

Indian shares are seen opening largely unchanged on Wednesday following muted trend seen in other Asian markets as investors digest a mixed bag of Chinese data, indicating softer demand in the world's second-largest economy. While GDP data for the first quarter met expectations, reports on retail sales...

Indian shares rose on Monday, with key benchmark indexes closing at their highest level in six weeks, amid mixed global cues after an unexpected drop in China's exports fueled hopes for more economic stimulus from Beijing. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex closed up 165.06 points or 0.57 percent at 29,044.44,...

The Indian markets opened little changed on Monday, tracking a mixed trend in other Asian markets after data showed China's exports fell by 14.6 percent in March from a year earlier, compared to expectations for a 9 percent gain. Closer home, the latest IIP data offered some solace to the Modi government...

The Indian markets are seen opening largely unchanged on Monday after sharp gains last week. The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty rose more than 2 percent each last week after Moody's upgraded India's sovereign outlook to "positive" from "stable" and said there could be a ratings upgrade in the...

The Indian markets ended little changed on Friday as investors awaited industrial output data due out later in the day to gauge the health of the domestic economy. Investors also took some profits in recent outperformers awaiting cues from the upcoming earnings season. Paris-based think tank Organization...

The Indian markets opened lower on Friday as investors paused for breath after recent sharp gains. Greece made its latest loan repayment to the IMF and a report showed China's consumer inflation stayed flat at 1.4 percent in March, helping limit the downside in the markets ahead of industrial output...

The Indian markets may pause for breath on Friday after recent sharp gains. However, positive sentiment may prevail after Greece made its latest loan repayment to the IMF and the Fund's chief Christine Lagarde said Athens would be afforded "flexibility" over its cash-for-reforms program. The Index...

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