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Indian shares extended losses on Wednesday as worries about provisioning towards large NPA accounts and anxiety ahead of GST roll-out continued to keep investors on the sidelines. Weak global cues also weighed on sentiment ahead of the derivatives expiry of the June series contract, scheduled for...

Indian shares followed global peers lower on Wednesday after the IMF cut its outlook for U.S. economic growth and U.S. Senate leaders delayed a vote on healthcare bill until after next week's 4 July holiday. Hawkish comments from ECB President Mario Draghi also kept investors nervous ahead of Thursday's...

Indian shares may open lower on Wednesday, mirroring weak cues from Asian markets after U.S. stocks fell notably overnight led by a sell-off in tech shares. That said, lower oil prices and a weakening dollar may help limit overall losses to some extent. The dollar hit a 10-month low versus the euro...

Indian shares fell notably on Tuesday as the Reserve Bank of India asked banks to make higher provisioning on 12 large loan accounts and market participants braced themselves up for the new changes and setbacks when the GST comes into force on July 1. Investors also looked ahead to Federal Reserve...

Indian shares gave up early gains to edge lower on Tuesday as sentiment turned cautious ahead of an address by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen later today, the F&O expiry due on Thursday and scheduled implementation of GST from July 1. The benchmark BSE Sensex was down 83 points or 0.27 percent...

Indian shares may open a tad lower on Tuesday as traders return to their desks after a long holiday weekend. With just four days left for the Goods and Services Tax (GST) roll-out, the government has deferred implementation of TDS and TCS provisions for the time being, in line with the feedback received...

Indian shares ended Friday's session notably lower, with muted global cues amid oil price concerns and caution ahead of a long weekend weighing on markets. The BSE and NSE will remain closed on Monday on account of Eid. The benchmark BSE Sensex fell by 152.53 points or 0.49 percent to 31,138.21,...

Indian shares fell slightly in early trade on Friday, tracking a mixed trend in other Asian markets, as crude oil prices pulled away from ten-month lows and China's banking regulator ordered leading banks to check the "systemic risk" presented by "some large enterprises" that have been on an overseas...

Indian shares look set to open flat to slightly lower on Friday, with banks likely to be in focus, after lenders have decided to initiate insolvency proceedings against three steel companies - Bhushan Steel, Essar Steel and Electrosteel Steels — at the National Company Law Tribunal. IT stocks may...

Indian shares gave up early gains to end on a flat note Thursday, tracking weak cues from European markets. While other Asian markets turned in a mixed performance, European stocks fell for a third day, keeping underlying sentiment cautious. The benchmark BSE Sensex hit a record high in early trade...

Indian shares opened slightly higher on Thursday as a rebound in oil prices helped lift shares across Asia and investors digested the minutes of RBI's June policy meeting. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 120 points or 0.38 percent at 31,401 in early trade while the broader Nifty index was up 35 points...

Indian shares may open marginally higher on Thursday after the minutes of the last MPC meeting showed one of the members wasn't in favor of a status quo on rates and wanted a 50 basis repo rate cut. RBI Governor Urjit Patel went by the majority view and maintained the neutral stance of monetary policy,...

Indian shares ended a tad lower on Wednesday as geopolitical tensions weighed on the rupee and investors waited for the release of Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) minutes of the last policy meeting for clues about the future path of interest rates. The benchmark BSE Sensex dropped 13,89 points or 0.04...

Indian shares followed global markets lower on Wednesday after U.S. crude futures fell more than 2 percent to enter into bear market territory overnight on concerns about oversupply amid indications of rising production in Nigeria and Libya. The benchmark BSE Sensex was down 80 points or 0.25 percent...

Indian shares may follow global peers lower on Wednesday after U.S. crude futures fell more than 2 percent to enter into bear market territory overnight on concerns about oversupply amid indications of rising production in Nigeria and Libya. That said, the fall in oil prices helps India reduce its...

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