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The Indian markets rose on Friday, although stocks ended off their day's highs, tracking weak European cues and declines in U.S. stock futures, a day after the Dow Jones industrial average scored its biggest two-day percentage increase since 2008. The benchmark index BSE Sensex hit as high as 26,687.33...

The Indian markets rose on Friday, as Chinese stocks extended gains for the second day running and revised data showed the U.S. economy grew faster than initially thought in the second quarter, a reassuring sign of support for the global economy as China slows down. The benchmark index BSE Sensex...

The Indian markets look set to extend the previous session's rally on Friday as better-than-expected U.S. GDP data and strong gains in Chinese stocks for the second day running helped spur appetite for risk assets. The benchmark indexes Sensex and the Nifty rose over 2 percent each on Thursday, tracking...

The Indian markets rose sharply on Thursday, tracking strong gains in global markets and a rebound in Chinese stocks after a top Federal Reserve official said that a September rate hike is looking less compelling than a few weeks ago given the downside risks that international developments could pose...

The Indian markets opened sharply higher on Thursday, tracking firm Asian cues and strong gains on Wall Street overnight that came after six consecutive sessions of losses. The rupee also appreciated by 29 paise to 65.86 against the dollar in early trading after Federal Reserve Bank of New York President...

The Indian markets are poised to open sharply higher on Thursday as markets steadied across the globe and the prospects of a U.S. rate hike next month have dimmed amid the recent market turmoil, driven by fears over yuan devaluation and lingering concerns about a downturn in China. Federal Reserve...

The Indian markets fell sharply on Wednesday as concerns over China's stock market crisis and growing fears that Chinese growth is weakening continued to haunt investors. The derivatives expiry due on Thursday also added to volatility. China's benchmark Shanghai Composite index gyrated wildly again...

The Indian markets opened lower on Wednesday as investors continue to fret over China's stock market crisis. The Asian markets are turning in a mixed performance as China's latest move to cut its key interest rate failed to quell investor anxiety about the state of the world's second largest economy....

The Indian markets look set to open lower on Wednesday after snapping a three-session losing streak the day before. The Asian markets remain subdued as China's latest move to cut its key interest rate failed to quell investor anxiety about the state of the economy. That said, China's rate cut will...

The Indian stock markets saw wild swings on Tuesday as Chinese shares witnessed another round of panic selling on renewed fears over stalling growth and the risk to China's real economy from its stock-market turmoil. China's Shanghai Composite index plummeted 7.63 percent to fell below 3,000 points...

The Indian markets opened higher on Tuesday as investors hunted for bargains after steep losses in the previous session. The rupee also rose by 23 paise to 66.41 a dollar in early trading after Moody's Investor's Service said that lower oil prices, tighter fiscal and monetary policies will offer...

The Indian markets look set to open sharply higher on Tuesday as the market's reaction in response to the current situation in China seems to be overdone and doesn't indicate any fundamental issues with the domestic economy. The benchmark indexes Sensex and the Nifty plunged around 6 percent each...

The Indian markets joined a global selloff on Monday as Chinese shares continued their sharp fall on growing concerns that the world's second largest economy is much weaker than suspected and that the country's central bank would move to weaken its currency over time to boost sagging exports. China's...

The Indian markets tumbled in early trading on Monday and the rupee hit a fresh two-year low of 66.47 per dollar as worries over slowing economic growth in China and a continued selloff in its equity markets weighed on risk assets across the globe. The benchmark index BSE Sensex is currently down...

Indian shares may follow their Asian peers lower on Monday as Chinese shares continued their sharp fall and tensions prevailed on the Korean Peninsula. Crude oil prices slumped in early Asian deals, with Brent crude futures dropping below $45 a barrel for the first time since 2009 after Iran pledged...

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