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Indian shares ended with modest gains on Wednesday in volatile trade amid mixed cues from global markets. Upbeat corporate earnings results boosted investor sentiment. The benchmark 30-scrip BSE Sensex added 21.98 points or 0.08 percent to close at 27,257.64, its highest closing level since November...

Indian shares are likely to open modestly higher on Wednesday despite the mostly weak cues from its Asian peers. Asian stock markets are mostly lower on Wednesday following the weak lead from Wall Street and European markets overnight. Investors digested U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's remarks...

Indian shares closed with modest losses on Tuesday, erasing early gains, as investors booked profits after last week's strong surge. Investors also turned cautious ahead of U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's speech on Brexit later today. The benchmark 30-scrip BSE Sensex reversed early gains and fell...

Indian shares recovered from early losses to close modestly higher on Monday despite weak cues from Asia and Europe, and continued losses in IT stocks. The benchmark BSE Sensex reversed early losses to close 50.11 points or 0.18 percent higher at 27,288.17, led by key frontline shares such as Tata...

Indian shares opened slightly lower on Monday, mirroring weak Asian cues as investors fretted about the pace of China's slowdown and the likelihood of a hard Brexit scenario at a time of global uncertainty. The focus also remains on the upcoming inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. The...

Indian shares may follow Asian peers lower on Monday as "hard Brexit" fears resurfaced and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said the world's second-largest economy will face more pressure and problems in 2017 at a time of global uncertainty. The British pound fell more than 1 percent to drop below $1.20...

Indian shares closed marginally lower on Friday to snap a three-day winning streak in spite of a good start to the earnings season, with TCS and Infosys posting encouraging quarterly results. With the dollar edging higher overseas and Chinese trade data denting already bleak investor sentiment following...

Indian shares opened slightly higher on Friday, with positive data on industrial output and retail inflation as well as robust earnings from the likes of TCS and Infosys supporting underlying sentiment. The rupee opened lower by 7 paise at 68.16 as the dollar firmed up overseas. The benchmark BSE...

Indian shares look set to open higher on Friday as data on industrial output and inflation painted a positive picture of the domestic economy and TCS, India's largest software services provider, reported a 10.9 percent increase in third-quarter profit on an annual basis, beating expectations. Tata...

Indian shares rose modestly to extend gains for the third consecutive session on Thursday, as expectations surrounding Q3 earnings and the upcoming Union Budget helped investors shrug off mixed global cues. Other Asian markets ended mixed and European stocks were subdued in early trade after U.S....

Indian shares opened slightly higher on Thursday and the rupee edged higher to 68.11 per dollar in early trade as investors digested comments from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's first press conference since the Nov. 8 election. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 40 points or 0.15 percent at 27,180,...

Indian shares are seen opening higher on Thursday, mirroring firm global cues. Investors look to corporate earnings for direction, with software services provider TCS poised to declare its Q3 results later today. Rival Infosys will be unveiling its third-quarter results on Friday. Meanwhile, Finance...

Indian shares rose notably on Wednesday, with benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty rising for a second consecutive session to hit a two-month high, as oil struggled after two days of losses and the World Bank said that the "adverse effects" of demonetization will disappear in the medium term. Global...

Indian shares opened on a positive note Wednesday after oil prices fell sharply for the second straight session overnight and the World Bank said that demonetization may help lower lending rates and lift economic activity over the medium term. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's comments on Tuesday committing...

Indian shares look set to open higher on Wednesday after oil prices fell further to hit a two-month low overnight, extending the previous session's sharp sell-off, on a stronger dollar and amid renewed doubts over implementation of a global agreement by OPEC and other producers to cut production. Lower...

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