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Indian shares recovered some lost ground to end marginally higher in cautious trade on Friday, a day after benchmark indexes Sensex and the Nifty witnessed their worst single-day loss in the last three months following news of surgical strikes by the Indian army across the LoC in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The...

Indian shares rebounded from the previous day's steep selloff on Friday, although underlying sentiment still remain cautious due to geopolitical worries and concerns over the health of the European banking system. The Indian rupee opened flat at 66.85 per dollar after losing 39 paise on Thursday,...

Indian shares look set to extend the previous session's losses on Friday, as investors brace for retaliation from Pakistan following surgical strikes on terror launch pads at the LoC on Wednesday night. Weak global cues may also dent investor sentiment. On the positive side, the government has decided...

Indian shares reversed early gains to end sharply lower on Thursday, after the Indian Army said it had conducted surgical strikes last night along the LoC in Pakistan, killing several terrorists and causing significant casualties to their hideouts. The sell-off was also fueled by expiry of the near-month...

Indian shares opened on a firm note Thursday, with underlying sentiment supported by positive global cues and covering-up of short positions ahead of derivatives expiry. U.S. and European stocks rose overnight and sentiment remains buoyant across Asia after OPEC agreed to a preliminary deal to limit...

Indian shares look set to open notably higher on Thursday after OPEC agreed to a preliminary deal to limit oil production for the first time in eight years and Fed Chair Janet Yellen said the central bank has no "fixed timetable" for raising interest rates. Meanwhile, the cabinet committee on economic...

Indian shares rebounded following three days of losses on Wednesday, after India's ranking in the Global Competitiveness Index for 2016-17, released by the World Economic Forum (WEF), jumped 16 spots to 39, the biggest jump among all 138 countries surveyed. India has become the second most competitive...

Indian shares opened higher on Wednesday, after oil prices tumbled overnight and India moved up 16 positions to rank 55th on a global index of the world's most competitive economies, reflecting improved monetary and fiscal policies. Gains, however, remained muted amid mixed global cues. The benchmark...

Indian shares are likely to open lower on Wednesday as investors brace for Thursday's derivative expiry. Global cues are mixed but there is some positive news on the domestic front. India's ranking in the Global Competitiveness Index for 2016-17, released by the World Economic Forum (WEF), improved...

Indian shares erased early gains to end marginally lower on Tuesday, tracking weak European cues. While other Asian markets reversed early losses to closed mixed after the first U.S. presidential debate, European stocks failed to hold on to early gains amid a broader selloff in the banking sector,...

Indian shares gained some ground on Tuesday after opening largely unchanged. Other Asian markets also recovered and the rupee opened higher by seven paise at 66.53 per dollar, a three-week high, as the first U.S. Presidential debate came to an end. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will square off...

Indian shares are seen opening a tad lower on Tuesday due to weak global cues and ahead of the derivative contract expiry slated for Thursday. Investors are also looking ahead to the Reserve Bank of India's rate-setting meeting on October 4 amidst the backdrop of declining retail inflation. Benchmark...

Indian shares followed Asian and European peers to end sharply lower on Monday, as traders turned cautious ahead of tonight's first U.S. presidential debate and an informal OPEC meeting in Algiers. A Washington Post-ABC News poll has Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leading Republican...

Indian shares opened lower on Monday, mirroring weakness in Asian peers as oil prices tumbled and caution crept in ahead of the U.S. presidential debate taking place at Hofstra University in New York at 9 p.m. sharp Monday evening. The benchmark BSE Sensex was down 125 points or 0.44 percent at 28,542...

Indian shares look set to open lower on Monday, tracking weak global cues. Benchmark indexes Sensex and the Nifty eked out modest gains last week, posting their third weekly gain in four, after the Bank of Japan overhauled its policy, the Federal Reserve left its policy interest rates unchanged and data...

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