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Indian shares rose notably on Friday as disappointing U.S. jobs data pushed back expectations of when the Federal Reserve will raise rates. Sliding crude oil prices, the rupee's strength against the dollar and reports that rainfall conditions are normalizing also helped improve investor sentiment ahead...

The Indian markets opened higher on Friday and the rupee hit a one-month high in early trade after disappointing U.S. jobs data pushed back expectations of when the Federal Reserve will raise rates. The Asian markets are mostly lower, with tepid U.S. data and conflicting signals coming from Athens...

The Indian markets are set to open flat to slightly lower on Friday amid lackluster global cues. While investors continue to mull Greek developments, a batch of weaker-than-expected U.S. data tempered expectations for a September interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve. Closer home, there is...

The Indian markets drifted lower on Thursday after global rating agency Fitch cut India's real GDP growth forecasts to 7.8 percent for the current fiscal from 8 percent, saying the country's business environment is relatively weak compared with peers and will take time to turn around. Lingering worries...

The Indian markets opened on a flat note Thursday as the Greek debt drama continues with no deal in sight. The rupee weakened slightly in early trading as strong U.S. data fueled worries the Federal Reserve may raise interest rates as early as September. The Asian markets are broadly higher, although...

The Indian markets are likely to open on a flat note Thursday as the Greek saga continues with no deal in sight. Eurozone finance ministers have ruled out any further talks on a fresh bailout for Greece until after the country's referendum on Sunday. Oil prices hit a two-month low on fears of oversupply,...

The Indian markets rallied on Wednesday, tracking firm Asian and European cues after the Financial Times reported that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was prepared to accept creditors' conditions for a bailout with only a handful of minor changes. European finance ministers would meet again later...

The Indian markets edged higher in early trading on Wednesday, with encouraging core sector and fiscal deficit data for the first two months of current fiscal boosting investor sentiment. The Asian markets are mostly higher as some upbeat data out of Japan and China helped to offset worries over Greece. The...

Indian shares are likely to open flat- to-lower on Wednesday as indicated by futures trade on the Singapore Stock Exchange. Global credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday said it expects India's rural economy to remain subdued through this fiscal, weighing on private consumption and...

The Indian markets ended a range-bound session modestly higher on Tuesday as investors veered around to the view that Greece does not pose a systemic risk to the global financial system. Global cues were mixed, with Asian stocks rising broadly following the previous session steep sell-off, while the...

The Indian markets edged higher on Tuesday, tracking firm Asian cues as investors have veered around to the view that Greece does not pose a systemic risk to the global financial system The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty are currently up about 0.2 percent each, with Sun Pharma, Coal India, Hindustan...

Indian shares may open lower on Tuesday as indicated by futures trade on the Singapore Stock Exchange. The downside could be more limited today amid expectations that there would not be much contagion from Greece as a result of a possible Grexit. Greece is a very small country which makes up for less...

Indian equities joined a global sell-off on Monday after bailout negotiations between Greece and its creditors broke down over the weekend. Greece closed its banks until July 6 and imposed capital controls to halt bank runs after unexpectedly calling for a referendum on the final EU offer for a five-month...

The Indian markets opened sharply lower on Monday, tracking weak cues from other Asian markets after Eurozone finance ministers rejected Athens' request for a one-month extension to its bailout program through a July 5 referendum. The rupee opened weak at 63.84 per dollar, down 20 paise from its previous...

Indian equities may follow their Asian peers lower on Monday after a setback in talks between Greece and its creditors. Asian shares are mostly lower as concerns that Greece may default on its debt drove investors into safe-haven assets such as gold and the Japanese yen. The benchmark indexes in...

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