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Indian shares fell notably on Monday, with mixed global cues, disappointing Q4 results and sluggish manufacturing data weighing on investor sentiment. Asian stocks fell across the board as downbeat U.S. data, falling commodity prices and a surging yen curbed investors' risk appetite in a holiday-affected...

Indian shares followed global peers lower on Monday as the yen touched a fresh 18-month high versus the dollar and a survey showed activity in China's vast manufacturing sector expanded less in April than the previous month. The benchmark BSE Sensex was down 215 points or 0.84 percent at 25,391 in...

Indian shares may open lower on Monday, tracking weak global cues. Most Asian shares fell this morning, with Japan's Nikkei index tumbling more than 3 percent to hit a three-week low, as the yen touched a fresh 18-month high versus the dollar. Shares outside Japan are modestly lower after an official...

Indian shares ended Friday's session on a flat note after steep losses in the previous session following the Bank of Japan's surprise decision to refrain from adding to stimulus. While global cues remained sluggish in view of a stronger yen and the release of disappointing U.S. GDP data released overnight,...

Indian shares followed global peers lower on Friday, although losses remained capped after steep losses in the previous session. The rupee opened marginally higher at 66.47 against the greenback as the dollar index sank to an eight-month low after a disappointing report on U.S. first-quarter GDP...

Indian shares are poised to open lower on Friday after logging their biggest losses in over three weeks in the previous session, as the Bank of Japan (BOJ) shocked financial markets by keeping its monetary policy steady despite multiple headwinds plaguing the economy. India's benchmark index BSE Sensex...

Indian shares followed Asian and European peers lower on Thursday after the Bank of Japan (BoJ) shocked financial markets by keeping its monetary policy steady despite multiple headwinds plaguing the economy. The BoJ's inaction coming despite deterioration in Japan's economic fundamentals rattled...

Indian shares traded flat in early trade on Thursday after the Bank of Japan left its monetary policy stance steady, surprising several market participants who had expected more stimulus. The yen climbed more than 2 percent against the dollar and Japan's Nikkei index fell more than 2 percent after...

Indian shares look set to open higher on Thursday in view of positive global cues and better-than-expected quarterly earnings from India's largest telecom operator Bharti Airtel. The telecom major beat analysts' estimates on almost all parameters during the quarter ended March on the back of volume...

Indian shares ended a choppy session modestly higher on Wednesday ahead of the FOMC decision later in the day and the expiry of April series derivative contracts due on Thursday. The benchmark BSE Sensex closed 56.82 points or 0.22 percent higher at 26,064.12 after climbing as much as 1.3 percent...

Indian shares opened flat to marginally lower on Wednesday after sharp gains in the previous session. Markets held in a tight range in early trade as Axis Bank reported disappointing quarterly results and traders positioned themselves ahead of the FOMC statement due out later in the day. The...

Indian shares may open higher on Wednesday and the rupee may trade with a positive bias, as weak U.S. economic data coupled with expectations that the so-called Brexit referendum may keep the Fed on the sidelines in June pushed dollar lower against major currencies. Benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty...

Indian shares posted strong gains on Tuesday as oil prices rebounded from overnight losses and Maruti Suzuki, India's largest carmaker, delivered better-than-expected quarterly earnings. A rebound in rupee heading into the Fed policy meeting and media reports that India had its highest-ever FDI inflow...

Indian shares traded lower for the third day in a row on Tuesday, tracking overnight declines on Wall Street and a sluggish trend in Asia as caution crept in ahead of the US Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting starting later today. The Federal Reserve is not expected to lift rates at this meeting,...

Indian shares look set to open lower on Tuesday in the wake of weak global sentiment as investors await the outcome of central bank meetings in Tokyo and Washington this week. Asian shares traded mixed after two days of losses and oil prices rose on a weaker dollar after falling as much as 2 percent...

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