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The markets kicked off April series on a positive note as investors veered around to the view that the ongoing conflict in Yemen will not have much of an impact on oil supply unless the battle escalates into a deeper regional conflict. While U.S. stocks fell for a fourth straight session on Thursday,...

Indian shares may open largely unchanged on Friday as Asian stocks steadied after big losses the day before. Analysts do not expect the conflict in Yemen to have much of an impact on oil supply, but the situation could change if the battle escalates into a deeper regional conflict. Yemen is relatively...

Indian shares fell for a seventh consecutive session on Thursday, with key benchmark indexes tumbling over 2 percent to hit 10-week lows, after Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies started bombing rebel targets in Yemen. A weaker dollar and fresh concerns of supply disruptions drove oil prices up...

The Indian markets opened sharply lower on Thursday, tracking weak global cues and amid caution ahead of the expiry of March series derivative contracts. A surge in oil prices and weak U.S. data also dampened investor sentiment. The benchmark BSE Sensex is currently down 220 points or 0.78 percent...

Indian shares may open lower on Thursday, tracking extremely weak cues from the U.S. and European markets and a subdued trend in fellow Asian peers amid signs the U.S. economic expansion is slowing. While the dollar continues its downward trend on growth worries, oil prices reached two-week highs...

Indian shares fell for a sixth consecutive session on Wednesday, as valuation concerns and caution ahead of the expiry of March series F&O contracts on Thursday kept investors in a cautious mood. The benchmark index BSE Sensex erased early gains to end down 49.89 points or 0.18 percent at 28,111.83,...

The Indian markets opened higher on Wednesday despite mixed global cues. Healthcare stocks are gaining ground, while capital goods, metal and oil/gas stocks are subdued. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex is currently up 54 points or 0.19 percent at 28,216, while the broader CNX Nifty index is up 10 points...

The Indian markets are likely to open largely unchanged on Wednesday, tracking mixed global cues. The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty fell marginally on Tuesday as investors continued to adopt a cautious stance ahead of the expiry of monthly derivatives contracts on Thursday. After recent sharp...

Indian shares ended an extremely choppy session lower on Tuesday as investors continued to adopt a cautious stance ahead of the expiry of monthly derivatives contracts on Thursday. While auto stocks paced the declines, healthcare stocks flared up on stock-specific news. The Asian Development Bank...

Indian shares opened slightly higher on Tuesday despite mixed global cues as crude prices rebounded amid a weaker U.S. dollar. The Asian markets are turning in a mixed performance after a private survey showed activity in China's vast manufacturing sector unexpectedly shrank in March, adding pressure...

Indian shares are seen opening lower on Tuesday, tracking weak global cues. The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty erased early gains to end down about 0.2 percent each on Monday as investors exercised caution ahead of the expiry of March series derivative contracts on Thursday. The Centre has proposed...

Indian shares fell on Monday as investors exercised caution ahead of the expiry of March series derivative contracts on Thursday. After rising nearly 125 points in early trade, the benchmark index BSE Sensex reversed direction to end the session down 69.06 points or 0.24 percent at 28,192.02. With...

The Indian markets opened marginally higher on Monday amid firm Asian cues after a weak dollar helped fuel solid gains on Wall Street Friday. The dollar suffered its steepest weekly slide since October 2011 on speculation the pace of increases in U.S. borrowing costs would be slower than previously thought....

The Indian markets are seen opening higher on Monday, tracking firm Asian cues and a strong finish on Wall Street Friday after the dollar suffered its steepest weekly slide since October 2011 on speculation the pace of increases in U.S. borrowing costs would be slower than previously thought. China's...

Indian shares fell on Friday, with key benchmark indexes closing lower for a second straight week, as valuation concerns and fears that the Reserve Bank of India would go slow on cutting interest rates triggered profit taking at higher levels after recent sharp gains on the eve of budget announcement....

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