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Indian stocks are likely to open higher on Wednesday, on bargain hunting following recent losses and tracking positive global cues. However, gains are likely to be muted as investors remain cautious ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's monetary policy statement, which is due later in the day and is...

Asian-Markets1_16Sep14.jpg The Asian markets retreated, unimpressed by the lackluster lead from Wall Street overnight. Additionally, fears concerning monetary policy normalization in the U.S. ahead of Wednesday's rate decision weighed down in the minds of traders.

Indian stocks are likely to open lower on Tuesday, extending losses from the previous session, amid caution ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that starts later in the day. The policy statement from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday is expected to provide clues on the timing of an interest rate...

Indian stocks may open lower on Monday and trade in a range, tracking the muted cues from Wall Street and other Asian markets. Weak industrial output data released on Friday may also weigh on investor sentiment. In addition, investors are likely to remain cautious ahead of this week's U.S. Federal...

Indian stocks are once again likely to open lower on Friday, following the weak global cues amid geopolitical concerns. The European markets closed slightly lower and the U.S. bourses were mixed, but barely changed overnight. Asian markets are also exhibiting a mixed trend. Investors are likely to...

Indian shares are likely to open flat and trade range-bound on Thursday, tracking the mixed global cues. Asian stock markets are trading mixed on Thursday, while U.S. stocks closed higher overnight. Indian stocks closed lower on Wednesday for a second straight session following sustained profit taking...

Indian shares are seen opening lower on Wednesday, tracking weak global cues. The benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty ended lower on Tuesday as investors turned cautious and booked profit at higher levels, ahead of the Supreme Court's verdict in the coal allocations case that was due later in the day. The...

stock-market-9_08Sep14.jpg Asian stocks went about in a lackluster manner on Monday before closing mixed, as the positive sentiment generated by the Chinese trade data offset the apprehension triggered by overbought fears and a downward revision to Japanese second quarter GDP growth. Smaller than expected U.S. non-farm payrolls gains reported last weekend also served to keep sentiment subdued.