Global Cues are weak, Asian markets are down, although the market in Japan is closed. SGX Nifty is trading lower. Due to Global shutdown by Government US market has been broken. Despite weak global cues Indian market opened positive. Oil Read more
BSE-SENSEX dropped more than 400 points after opening on a flat note on Friday. NSE Nifty is also trading below 1.21%. Expert observing a profit booking session today. Investor worries about negative Global market indications, the US market fell again Read more
Share benchmarks ended the trading session lower, snapping their 3-day winning streak. The BSE Sensex ended the day lower by 382.90 points, while the NSE Nifty closed the day lower by 131.70 points at 10,453.05. The domestic currency was little changed on Wednesday at 73.47 against US dollar.
Share benchmarks climbed for the third consecutive session on Wednesday amid rising crude oil prices and strength in domestic currency. The rupee opened at a 2-week high of 73.41 per US dollar against previous close 73.46.
The BSE Sensex surged 265 points at 35427-mark and the Nifty up 71 points at 10,655-level at the time of thi8s reporting
COMEX Gold edged up above USD 1230/ounce on sustained safe haven demand. COMEX is the primary futures & options (F&O) market for trading metals including gold, silver, copper and aluminum.
Growing US interest rates, global growth issues are of growing concern, internationally. A rising dispute between the United States and Saudi Arabia over the vanishing of a prominent Saudi journalist also weighed on the general sentiment of markets.
The BSE Sensex plunged 806.47 points to 35,169.16 and the NSE Nifty shed 259 points to 10,599.30 on Thursday, on the back of falling rupee, rising crude prices and negative global cues.
ICICI Bank, Bharti Infratel, Ultratech Cement, Axis bank and L&T were among major gainers, while HPCL, BPCL, IOC, ONGC, Reliance lost the most.