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Indian shares posted strong gains on Thursday ahead of a long holiday weekend. Local markets will remain shut on Friday for Good Friday. Underlying sentiment remained supported somewhat on expectations of more central bank stimulus and amid optimism that coronavirus infections around the world are...

Indian shares opened higher on Thursday, tracking strong gains on Wall Street overnight after President Donald Trump said Americans might be getting to the top of the "curve" in relation to the coronavirus outbreak. Closer home, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has indicated the ongoing national lockdown...

Indian shares may open higher on Thursday amid optimism that some of the countries hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic are flattening the infection curve. The government is considering extending the ongoing national lockdown by 15 days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told lawmakers on Wednesday,...

Indian shares gave up early gains to end modestly lower on Wednesday as coronavirus worries returned to the fore. Virus worries mounted as the number of confirmed infections exceeded 1.38 million globally and Eurozone finance ministers failed to agree on the region-wide stimulus measures following...

Indian shares were marginally lower in choppy trade on Wednesday as the central government mulls over lockdown extension beyond April 14 amid the spread of coronavirus. Meanwhile, ICRA said it expects the Indian economy to grow at just 2 percent in the current fiscal against the backdrop of the Covid-19...

Indian shares are seen opening lower on Wednesday as investors react to reports suggesting that the Modi government is mulling extending the nationwide coronavirus lockdown beyond April 14 amid requests from the States. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in India stands at 4,789 as the...

Indian shares posted strong gains on Tuesday, with key benchmark indexes rising around 9 percent, the most since May 2009, as the spread of the coronavirus appeared to slow down somewhat globally and investors looked for more central bank and government stimulus to counter the economic fallout from the...

Indian shares opened sharply higher on Tuesday, mirroring firm cues from other global markets amid signs of a slowdown in coronavirus-related deaths in Europe. Investors were also reacting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suggestion that all ministries must prepare "business continuity plans" post-April...

Indian shares look set to open higher on Tuesday as traders return to their desks after a long holiday weekend. However, volatility is not ruled out due to lingering coronavirus concerns. The number of Covid-19 cases across the world now stands at around 1.3 million while the number of cases in India...

Indian markets remain shut today on account of Mahavir Jayanti. There will be no trading activity in the forex and commodity markets as well. Benchmark indexes Sensex and the Nifty fell over 2 percent on Friday as coronavirus cases in the country continued to rise despite a complete lockdown to curb...

Indian shares fell for the second straight session on Friday as coronavirus cases in the country continued to rise despite a complete lockdown to curb the spread of the disease. The World Bank has approved USD 1 billion emergency funding for India to help it tackle the pandemic, which has claimed...

Indian shares fell sharply in early trade on Friday as coronavirus worries persisted and tightened lockdown across the world fueled fears of a widespread economic downturn. Worldwide, there are over 10.15 lakh confirmed cases and 0.53 lakh deaths from the coronavirus outbreak. The number of infected...

Indian shares may open a tad lower on Friday as the number of positive coronavirus cases in the country rose to 2069 with 155 cured and 53 deaths as on April 2. With the Tablighi Jamaat meet which had taken place in New Delhi emerging as the latest hotspot in the country, it is expected that the number...

Indian markets remain closed today on the eve of Sri Rama Navami festival. Benchmark indexes Sensex and the Nifty plunged around 4 percent on Wednesday as rising coronavirus cases around the world and the prospect of a global recession weighed on investors' appetite for riskier assets. Asian markets...

Indian shares tumbled on Wednesday as rising coronavirus cases around the world and the prospect of a global recession weighed on investors' appetite for riskier assets. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex ended the session down 1,203.18 points, or 4.08 percent, at 28,265.31, tracking weak global markets...

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