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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India regained its status as the world’s fastest-growing major economy in the October-December quarter, surpassing China’s growth after a gap of one year, boosted by higher government spending and a pick-up in manufacturing and services.
(Reuters) - Indian shares rose on Friday, tracking broader Asia after comments from a Federal Reserve official eased worries about faster rate hikes in the United States and sparked a rebound in recently hit sectors such as drug makers. (13-0)
Post Budget rout, domestic equities this week will look up to Reserve Bank’s monetary policy decision and quarterly earnings from bluechips such as Tata Motors, PNB and Cipla for direction, say experts. (4-0)
New Delhi : The government on Friday denied that the Union Budget, presented a day earlier, was the reason for the market crash of over 800 points, but conceded that there could be “some anxiety” that triggered it.
(Reuters) - Indian shares climbed to an all-time high on Monday on positive sentiment ahead of the release of the government’s annual economic survey later in the day and the 2018-19 fiscal budget later this week.
all 19 sub-indices of the bombay stock exchange closed with gains, led by banking, captial goods and healthcare stocks
(Reuters) - Indian shares touched record highs on Monday led by stocks of private lenders, with better-than-expected growth in industrial output and a global equities rally boosting sentiment. (26-0)
BSE Sensex can go up close to 34,500 levels and Nifty50 can go close to 10,800: Analysts
Mumbai : Ahead of the long weekend, the key Indian equity indices finished at new highs, after logging fresh gains during intra-day trade, riding on broadly positive global cues and healthy buying in the IT, auto and capital goods stocks. On the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the wider Nifty50 index crossed the 10,500 mark for the first time on an intra-day basis. The index edged higher to a new intra-day level of 10,501. (1-0)
Mumbai : The key equity indices — the BSE Sensex and the NSE Nifty50 — extended gains for the fourth consecutive session and closed at new highs on Tuesday, cheering the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) win in the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly polls. Sentiments were further given a boost by soaring automobile stocks, alongwith a progress in US tax cut and a strengthened rupee, said market observers. (9-0)
Mumbai: The key indices of the domestic equity markets traded with gains during the mid-afternoon session on Tuesday in response to Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) win in the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly polls. (6-0)
Mumbai : The key Indian equity indices, on Monday, danced to the tunes of the assembly poll results from Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, swinging from the extreme negative to the positive during the day’s trade, to finally close with gains.
Sensex edged lower on Monday and looked set to snap a seven-session gaining streak with oil refiners falling sharply while broader sentiment was subdued after Standard & Poor’s retained the country’s sovereign rating. (15-0)
REUTERS - Indian shares rose on Monday as telecom stocks gained after Reliance Industries Ltd’s unit Jio raised data tariffs last week, signalling more pricing discipline in the sector, while strong global markets also boosted sentiment. (18-0)
The Nifty ended at fresh record closing high on Friday as investors cheered macro data, earnings and telcos deals. The rally was driven by banks, telecom and metals stocks, and Reliance Industries. But the broader markets underperformed benchmarks, ending flat. (18-0)