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Bharat 22 ETF, which was part of the government’s divestment programme, gained 3.8 per cent on its debut to close at ₹37.33 on Tuesday. (19-0)
3:30 pm Market at Close: Equity benchmarks ended the session on a negative note, with the Sensex closing over 100 points lower. (30-0)
Shares of Bharat Electronics gained over 2 percent intraday on Tuesday as investors bet on positive view by Edelweiss on the stock.
The S&P BSE Midcap index has hit all-time high levels with little to worry about any resistance in the coming days. Ashish Chaturmohta, Vice President, Head – Technical and Derivatives at Sanctum Wealth Management opines that it is looking stronger for the move towards 17500-17800 levels. He spoke to Moneycontrol’s Kshitij Anand in an exclusive interview. (4-0)
Mumbai : The maritime security apparatus has taken a paradigm shift after terror attacks in Mumbai in 2008, as the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is giving emphasis on surveillance, intelligence gathering and information sharing amongst the various stakeholders to ensure an effective response to any emerging situation.
Mumbai: SBI Life Insurance Co. Ltd has increased investments in the metals, oil and gas sectors as a rise in energy and metals prices is set to drive growth in commodity stocks, the insurer’s chief investment officer told Reuters. (7-0)
MUMBAI (Reuters) - SBI Life Insurance Co. Ltd has increased investments in the metals, oil and gas sectors as a rise in energy and metals prices is set to drive growth in commodity stocks, the insurer’s chief investment officer told Reuters. (7-0)
New Delhi: The government has raised Rs 14,500 crore through the Bharat-22 Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), comprising 22 companies, a top official said today. (15-0)
ICICI Prudential on Monday announced the much-awaited launch of Bharat-22 open ended exchange-traded fund, which is a part of the Centre’s disinvestment program worth ₹72,500 crore for FY18. (19-0)
AXISCADES, the product engineering services firm backed by Rajeev Chandrasekhar's Jupiter Capital, has acquired Bengaluru-based defence product firm Mistral for Rs 175 crore as it looks to expand newer business opportunities in defence electronics.
Buying a house to just rent it out may not be a lucrative option in India, shows study of data provided by JLL India. Average rental yields were 3.1 per cent, as of May 2017, for top six cities in... »
The Nifty and the Sensex were still trading in the red with the Nifty shedding 26.65 points at 10337 while the Sensex was down 53.18 points at 33213.61. The Bank Nifty was outperforming the broader indices which was marginally up by 0.19 percent led by Axis Bank which zoomed 8.08 percent followed by Bank of India. However, Bank of Baroda, Punjab National Bank and State Bank of India were all trading in the red. (26-0)
The Nifty and the Sensex were still trading in the red with the Nifty shedding 16.85 points at 10346 while the Sensex was down 29 points at 33237.48. The CNX PSU bank index was the top loser which fell 1.23 percent led by Union Bank of India, Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank and Punjab National Bank. (24-0)
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The Indian benchmark indices, Nifty and the Sensex were trading on a negative note with the Nifty shedding 9 points at 10354 while the Sensex was down 14.84 points at 33250.48. The midcap index was trading marginally in the green, up 1.14 percent led by GMR Indra, India Cements, Jain Irrigation and Sun TV Network. (39-0)
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