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Indian shares posted strong gains for the second straight session on Friday as investors took trade worries in their stride and oil prices eased on expectations of a gradual increase in output from Russia and other large producers. The rupee's rebound from multi-month lows also offered some support. The...

Indian shares opened modestly higher on Friday as oil prices eased and the government said it is deliberating on an "immediate solution" to deal with rising fuel prices. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 143 points or 0.41 percent at 34,805 in early trade after climbing 0.9 percent in the previous session....

Indian shares may open flat to slightly higher on Friday as oil prices eased on expectations of a gradual increase in output from Russia and other large producers and the government said it is deliberating on an "immediate solution" to deal with rising fuel prices. Investors may also cheer news that...

Indian shares rose sharply on Thursday, with IT stocks leading the surge as a weakening rupee helped lift IT stocks. The benchmark BSE Sensex closed up by 318.20 points or 0.93 percent at 34,663.11, while the broader Nifty index jumped 83.50 points or 0.80 percent to finish at 10,513.85. Infosys,...

Indian shares opened flat to slightly higher on Thursday, with dovish Fed minutes as well as a drop in crude oil prices offering some support after recent heavy losses. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 50 points or 0.15 percent at 34,394 after hitting as high as 34,504 earlier in the day. The broader...

Indian shares may open higher on Thursday, with dovish Fed minutes as well as a drop in crude oil prices likely to offer some support after recent heavy losses. The dollar rally lost steam in response to dovish Fed minutes while oil prices retreated slightly on data showing a surprise surge in U.S....

Indian shares tumbled on Wednesday amid continued selling by foreign funds as oil stayed at multi-year peaks and the rupee traded near 17-month low against the dollar ahead of minutes of the Federal Reserve's early-May policy meeting due later in the day. Tepid global cues also weighed on markets...

Indian shares opened flat to slightly lower on Wednesday, tracking weak cues from global markets after U.S. President Donald Trump said he is dissatisfied with the latest round of trade talks with China and that his June summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "may not work out." The benchmark...

Indian shares may follow global peers lower on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he's "not really" pleased with China's trade talks so far and that his June summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "may not work out." Asian stocks are broadly lower, with benchmark indexes in China,...

Indian shares gave up earlier gains to end largely unchanged on Tuesday, tracking mixed global cues. The benchmark BSE Sensex hit as high as 34,754.60 before paring gains to end up 35.11 points or 0.10 percent at 34,651.24. The broader Nifty index ended up by 20 points or 0.19 percent at 10,536.70. Bajaj...

Indian shares opened lower on Tuesday as a slew of domestic and external factors continued to curb investors' appetite for risk. The benchmark BSE Sensex was marginally lower in early trade and remained on track for its sixth straight session loss, while the broader Nifty index was down 13 points...

Indian shares look set to open lower on Tuesday, tracking mixed global cues and amid concerns over rising oil prices, a fractured mandate in Karnataka and renewed selling by foreign funds amid higher U.S. bond yields. On the earnings front, Petronet, Just Dial and DLF reported strong quarterly results,...

Indian shares fell sharply on Monday as concerns over rising oil prices, a fractured mandate in Karnataka and renewed selling by foreign funds amid higher U.S. bond yields weighed on investors' risk appetite. The benchmark BSE Sensex ended the session down 232.17 points or 0.67 percent at 34,616.13,...

Indian shares opened on a flat note on Monday as investors digested the formation of a non-BJP government in Karnataka as well as news that the U.S. and China have reached an agreement to set up a framework for addressing trade imbalances in the future. The benchmark BSE Sensex was margianlly higher...

Indian shares look set to open largely unchanged on Monday as investors digest the formation of a non-BJP government in Karnataka and fret about possible larger opposition unity in the 2019 that could spoil Prime Minister Narendra Modi's bid for a second term. Two days after he took oath as the 15th...

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