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Indian shares ended Wednesday's session modestly higher as investors awaited the results of the seven-phase polls on Thursday. All exit polls released at the conclusion of the 17th general election predicted a second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, helping underpin investor sentiment. Global...

Indian shares opened largely unchanged on Wednesday as caution prevailed ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha election results to be declared on Thursday. Global cues remained mixed, with other Asian markets trading mostly lower despite the U.S. temporarily easing some trade restrictions on Huawei. The benchmark...

Indian shares may open higher on Wednesday, tracking firm cues from the U.S. and Europe after the U.S. temporarily eased some trade restrictions on Huawei. Underlying sentiment, however, may remain cautious ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha election results to be declared on Thursday. Benchmark indexes Sensex...

Indian stocks retreated after a highly volatile session on Tuesday, with traders booking profits after a steep rise in the previous session.

Amid alternate bouts of buying and selling in key stocks from across various sectors, the Indian market is modestly higher Tuesday morning.

A day after recording a splendid rally and hitting record highs thanks to exit polls predicting a majority for the BJP-led NDA in the general election, Indian shares may see a cautious start Tuesday morning, tracking overnight weak close in the U.S. and European markets amid lingering trade concerns.

Indian shares posted strong gains on Monday after most exit polls predicted a majority for the BJP-led NDA in the six-week-long general election ended on Sunday. The benchmark 30-share BSE Sensex ended the session up by 1,421.90 points or 3.75 percent at 39,352.67 while the broader Nifty index jumped...

stockmarkets-aug17_20may19.jpg Asian stocks ended mixed on Monday as trade worries persisted, offsetting a surprise election victory for Australia's pro-coal ruling coalition and upbeat Japanese GDP data. Markets remained fragile after Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi told U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a call that negotiating...

Indian shares rallied on Monday and the rupee also surged against the dollar to hit a two-week high after most exit polls predicted a majority for the BJP-led NDA in the six-week-long general election ended on Sunday. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 809 points or 2.13 percent at 38,740 while the...

Indian shares look set to open sharply higher on Monday after most exit polls predicted a second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi with comfortable majority for NDA. Impact on indexes will be very much positive if BJP clinches 300 seats or more. The vote count is scheduled on May 23. Global...

Despite weakness in global markets, Indian stocks ended sharply higher on Friday, extending gains from previous session, with traders indulging in some strong buying ahed of exit polls for the Lok Sabha elections.

Indian shares closed higher on Thursday despite mixed global cues amid fears the U.S.-China trade row may escalate. While oil prices continued to inch higher amid rising tensions in the Middle East, a surging rupee and hopes of RBI rate cut offered some support. The benchmark 30-share BSE Sensex...

Indian shares opened a tad higher on Thursday, tracking positive global cues after U.S. President Donald Trump decided to delay imposing tariffs on car imports from EU and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he will likely travel to Beijing soon to continue negotiations with Chinese counterparts. The...

Positive global cues may help Indian shares open higher on Thursday, though underlying sentiment may remain cautious amid concerns over rising oil prices, weakening macroeconomic data and uncertainty ahead of the general election outcome. India's trade deficit widened to a five-month high in April...

Indian shares ended notably lower on Wednesday, as fears of worsening U.S.-China trade tensions coupled with uncertainty about the outcome of general elections prompted profit booking after a tentative rebound the previous day. The benchmark 30-share BSE Sensex ended the session down 203.65 points...

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