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Samvat 2074 began on a tepid note on Thursday as losses in the banking sector pulled benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty lower in a special Muharat trading session held on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. The 30-share Sensex gave up early gains to end down 194.39 points or 0.60 percent at 32,389.96...

Indian stock markets remain closed today and tomorrow for Diwali. However, there will be Muhurat Trading for one hour between 06:30 pm and 07:30 pm later today. Local stocks closed a tad lower in cautious trade Wednesday as Axis Bank reported a surge in bad loans for the September quarter and investors...

Indian shares ended a tad lower in cautious trade Wednesday as Axis Bank reported a surge in bad loans for the September quarter and investors adopted a cautious stance heading into a long holiday weekend. The bourses will be closed on Friday for Diwali while Thursday will just have one hour of Muhurat...

Indian shares opened a tad lower on Wednesday as investors digested mixed earnings results and exercised some caution ahead of a long holiday weekend. The benchmark BSE Sensex was down 60 points or 0.18 percent at 32,550 in early trade, while the broader Nifty index was down 29 points or 0.28 percent...

Indian shares may open slightly lower on Wednesday after Wipro and Axis Bank delivered mixed quarterly results. Traders may also adopt a cautious stance as the bourses will be closed on Thursday and Friday for Diwali. Thursday will just have one hour of Muhurat trading. Axis Bank reported a 35 percent...

Indian shares ended a range-bound session little changed on Tuesday as investors paused for breath after recent sharp gains. Global cues also remained muted as Catalan worries persisted and North Korea warned that a nuclear war could "break out any moment." The benchmark BSE Sensex ended the session...

Indian shares opened a tad lower on Tuesday, tracking mixed cues from Asian markets as the stand-off over independence for Catalonia continued and North Korea warned that a nuclear war could "break out any moment." The benchmark BSE Sensex was down 47 points or 0.14 percent at 32,586, snapping a three-session...

Indian shares may open a tad lower on Tuesday as investors pause for breath after recent sharp gains. Traders are likely to remain focused on earnings, with ACC, Axis Bank, Bajaj Auto and Wipro due to report their quarterly results later today. Benchmark indexes Sensex and the Nifty rose about 0.6...

Indian shares rose notably on Monday to reach fresh record highs, with sentiment boosted by encouraging quarterly earnings from Reliance Industries, merger & acquisition news in the telecom sector and favorable comments on the Indian economy from the World Bank and IMF. Investors also cheered official...

Indian shares opened notably higher on Monday as markets elsewhere across Asia jumped to a decade high on the back of lackluster U.S. inflation data pointing to limited price pressures in the world's largest economy. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 230 points or 0.70 percent at 32,661 in early trade...

Indian shares look set to open a tad higher on Monday as investors await inflation data and quarterly earnings from companies like ACC, Axis Bank, Bajaj Auto, Colgate Palmolive, UltraTech Cement and Wipro this week for direction. It's going to be a holiday-truncated week as markets will remain closed...

Indian shares may open slightly lower on Friday following the weak cues overnight from Wall Street and the subdued trading in Asian markets as investors await the release of China's trade data for the month of September later today. In economic news, India's industrial production grew 4.3 percent...

Firm global cues as well as optimism over the earnings season helped Indian markets finish sharply higher on Thursday. The benchmark BSE Sensex ended the session up 348.23 points or 1.09 percent at 32,182.22 while the broader Nifty index finished up 111.60 points or 1.12 percent at 10,096.40. Hindalco,...

Indian shares opened modestly higher on Thursday after the Union Cabinet approved revision of pay scales for 7.51 lakh teachers in universities and the economic advisory council, formed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month, put to rest talks of fiscal stimulus to boost growth. The benchmark...

Indian shares may open a tad higher on Thursday after the Union Cabinet approved revision of pay scales for 7.51 lakh teachers in universities under the recommendations of Seventh Central Pay Commission and the economic advisory council, formed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month, identified 10...

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