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Indian shares ended lower on Wednesday to extend losses for the fifth consecutive session, as a big jump in oil prices and sustained selling by domestic institutional investors (DIIs) and foreign institutional investors overshadowed upbeat readings on inflation and industrial production. The benchmark...

Indian shares opened on a positive note Wednesday, with firm global cues and upbeat macro data helping underpin investor sentiment. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 144 points or 0.40 percent at 36,297 while the broader Nifty index was up 33 points or 0.31 percent at 10,865. Tata Motors was marginally...

Indian shares may open higher on Wednesday as investors react to positive reports on industrial output and retail inflation. India's consumer price inflation unexpectedly eased to 2.05 percent in January from 2.11 percent December, while analysts had expected a score of 2.54 percent. Industrial...

Indian shares fell for a fourth straight session on Tuesday as investors looked forward to the release of retail inflation and industrial output data for directional cues. Strong cues from Asia and Europe helped to limit the downside to some extent. The benchmark 30-share BSE Sensex ended the...

asianmarket-021219.jpg Asian stocks rose broadly on Tuesday as another round of U.S.-China trade talks got underway in Beijing and U.S. congressional negotiators reached an agreement in principle to fund the government and avoid another shutdown ahead of a midnight deadline on Friday. Chinese shares extended gains for the...

Indian shares opened modestly lower on Tuesday amid weak global cues and ahead of inflation and industrial output data. Underlying sentiment remained cautious as another round of U.S.-China trade talks began with working-level talks in Beijing and uncertainty over congressional budget talks sparked...

Indian shares look set to open lower on Tuesday as another round of U.S.-China trade talks began with working-level talks in Beijing and uncertainty over congressional budget talks sparked talk of another possible government shutdown. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is leading the U.S. delegation...

Indian stocks ended lower on Monday, extending losses to a second straight session, amid concerns about global growth and anxiety ahead of the next round of high level U.S.-China trade talks.

The Indian stock market is notably lower Monday morning, with investors largely tracking mixed global cues and reacting to quarterly earnings reports.

Indian shares are likely to open mixed on Monday, with investors reacting to quarterly earnings reports and staying somewhat cautious ahead of some crucial economic data, due this week.

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