Indian Market Commentary


Indian shares gave up early gains to end lower on Friday, marking a second straight day of declines. Banking and financial services shares were among the worst hit while healthcare and auto stocks witnessed some buying interest, helping limit the downside in the broader market. The benchmark...

Indian shares opened on a positive note Friday despite U.S. and European markets ending on a downbeat note overnight. Asian markets elsewhere remain mostly higher despite worries about a faltering economic recovery. Closer home, the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex was up 66 points, or 0.17 percent, at 39,046,...

Indian shares look set to open lower on Friday, tracking mixed Asian cues and a firmer dollar amid lingering worries about the global economic recovery. U.S. stocks ended lower overnight as weak jobless claims figures added to concerns that the economic recovery is plateauing. The Dow slid half a percent,...

After opening with a big negative gap on weak global cues, the Indian stock market pared some losses Thursday morning, but was still notably down in the red as the mood continued to remain bearish amid lingering worries about growth.

Notably lower SGX Nifty futures and weak Asian stocks point to a negative opening for the Indian stock market on Thursday.

The Indian stock market is modestly higher Wednesday morning with investors largely making cautious moves in early trades, reacting to quarterly earnings reports and looking ahead to the Federal Reserve's monetary policy announcement, due later today.

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