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Indian shares rose sharply on Monday after major exit polls predicted the formation of a BJP government in Jharkhand and a hung verdict with PDP emerging as the single largest party followed by BJP in Jammu and Kashmir in the just-concluded Assembly elections. The results of the elections will be declared...

Indian shares opened marginally higher on Monday, tracking positive global cues. Investors are adopting a cautious stance ahead of F&O expiry on Wednesday and a holiday on Thursday on account of Christmas. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex is currently up 45 points or 0.16 percent at 27,416, while the...

The Indian markets are poised to open higher on Monday, extending strong gains seen over the past two days. Indian shares ended flat last week as a selloff in the early part of the week offset big gains coming towards the fag-end of the week. Stocks may turn volatile this week ahead of F&O expiry...

stockmarket-121814_19Dec14.jpg Indian equities ended flat this week as a selloff in the early part of the week offset big gains coming towards the fag-end of the week. India's benchmark index Sensex ended just about 0.1 percent higher at 27,371.84 in the week ended Friday, while the broader Nifty index ended virtually unchanged at...

The Indian markets rose sharply for a second consecutive session on Friday, with strong buying seen in IT, metal, capital goods, banking and oil/gas stocks, as investors continued to embrace Federal Reserve's pledge to be patient in hiking interest rates. Among other factors, FII flows are driven...

Indian shares extended Thursday's rally, tracking firm cues from offshore markets overnight and a firm trend in Asia this morning on relief the U.S. Federal Reserve will not hike rates for at least the next couple of meetings. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex is currently up 320 points or 1.2 percent...

Indian shares are seen opening higher on Friday, extending a global rally, as Oracle posted stronger-than-expected results for the second quarter, the yen weakened and China revised upwards the estimated size of its economy in 2013 by 3.4 percent. The Asian markets are rising across the board, with...

India's benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty climbed the most since Oct. 31 on Thursday, as the U.S. Federal Reserve's assurance that it would take a "patient" approach in deciding when to raise interest rates along with a move by the Union Cabinet to clear the constitutional amendment bill for Goods &...

The Indian markets opened on an upbeat note on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve said the U.S. economy was improving but it would be "patient" in determining when to raise interest rates. Asian stocks are broadly higher, with Japan's Nikkei index climbing 2.6 percent, after the Fed's pledge...

The Indian markets are likely to see a gap up opening on Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen signaled she's in no hurry to raise short-term interest rates until at least the spring. She dismissed worries about plunging oil prices and the turmoil in Russia's economy, saying the...

Indian shares extended recent losses on Wednesday, but the benchmark indexes ended well off their day's lows, aided by buying of shares by state-run Life Insurance Corporation of India. Investor sentiment remained muted amid weak global cues, as a rout in oil prices continued and fears intensified...

Indian shares opened lower on Wednesday, tracking mixed global cues. The Indian rupee fell further to 63.77 per dollar in early trading today ahead of a Federal Reserve policy decision later in the day, with investors looking to see if the Fed reiterates its commitment to keep interest rates near zero...

Indian shares are seen opening largely unchanged on Wednesday after four days of losses. The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty fell about 2 percent each on Tuesday, as weak global cues, disappointing trade data, speculation of another financial crisis in Russia and a declining rupee took a toll on investor...

Indian shares tumbled on Tuesday amid heavy selling by foreign funds as weak global cues and a declining rupee took a toll on investor sentiment. Global cues were extremely weak as a relentless plunge in oil prices and sluggish Chinese manufacturing data underscored the fragile nature of global economic...

The Indian markets extended recent losses on Tuesday, tracking weak global cues, as further declines in oil prices and weak manufacturing data out of China stoked concerns about the health of the global economy. The Indian rupee extended losses, breaching 63 per dollar for the first time since January...