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Indian shares look set to open lower on Monday as geopolitical concerns linger and focus gradually shifts to corporate earnings. The U.S. dollar traded higher amid expectations that weekend missile strikes against Syria by the United States, France and Britain may be a one-off event. U.S President...

Indian shares extended their winning streak to a seventh straight session on Friday as investors digested positive macro data and looked ahead to Infosys' earnings for directional cues. Global cues also offered some support after U.S. President Donald Trump clarified that a possible U.S. missile strike...

Indian shares opened modestly higher on Friday as investors digested positive macro data on industrial output and retail inflation and looked ahead to Infosys' Q4 earnings due later in the day. Global cues also offered some support after U.S. President Donald Trump clarified that a possible U.S....

Indian shares look set to open higher on Friday as geopolitical tensions appeared to fade and reports on industrial output and inflation painted a positive picture of the economy. India's industrial output grew 7.1 percent year-on-year in February, bigger than the expected 6.8 percent expansion,...

Indian shares rose for a sixth straight session on Thursday even as overall gains remained limited amid rising oil prices and lingering concerns over a possible U.S. missile strike on Syria. Investors also shrugged off a hawkish tone out of the FOMC's meeting minutes. The benchmark BSE Sensex gained...

Indian shares were trading on a flat note on Thursday as investors waited for cues from key macroeconomic readings due later in the day and Infosys' earnings scheduled tomorrow. Rising oil prices amid heightening tensions over Syria and weak global cues after the release of hawkish minutes from the...

Indian markets are seen opening little changed on Thursday after five straight days of gains. As oil prices heat up, investors remain worried about a negative impact on inflation, fiscal deficit and current account deficit. Both U.S. crude and global benchmark Brent traded at the highest levels since...

Indian shares eked out modest gains on Wednesday despite rising oil prices and mounting tensions in the Middle East. With trade-war worries easing somewhat, traders looked ahead to Infosys' earnings and macroeconomic readings on industrial output and retail inflation due on Thursday for direction. The...

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