India’s leading bourse National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) will carry out a mock trading session in the capital market segment on 30-March 2019, the Exchange said. The pre-open mock trading session will commence at 10:00am and continue till Read more
Key benchmarks made positive start on Wednesday with Nifty trading above 10,860 mark. The Indian rupee is trading at 70.45 against greenback. Looking to the commodity space, the crude oil is seeing buying interest today as crude prices rose by Read more
NSE is the first Exchange to launch the exchange traded futures or ETF on an overnight rate in India.
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.
Due to higher Crude Oil prices, US$ strengthen and Rupee has seen under pressure. While in last days the US-China Trade war and, Currency problem in Turkey & Argentina has weakened the Indian Rupee. INR slipped 9.5% in last 6 months, While we have seen nearly 12% weakness in Rupee this year. Today trading session witnesses big fall in the market. SENSEX closed below 155 points, and Nifty closed below 11550. Watch Stock Calls For Tomorrow.. Click on image below.
Today session started with weakness, but at the end, we have seen a good recovery. SENSEX and NIFTY closed with slight weakness. Nifty closed near 11675 while SENSEX closed near 38700 level. BSE 30 share index Sensex closed at 38690 down 33 points, while NSE Nifty closed at 11677 below 0.15%.