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  • Market rout continues as US-China trade war intensifies; Re woes worsen

    Mumbai: The BSE benchmark Sensex Tuesday tumbled by about 295 points to close at an over one-month low of 37,290.67 due to hectic selling in realty, PSU, power and banking counters amid flaring up of trade tariff tensions between the US and China and weakness in the rupee. The broader Nifty also cracked below the 11,300-mark.

  • Market stays in positive terrain

    Mumbai : Riding on better-than-expected macro data and further recovery in the rupee, benchmark Sensex spurted around 373 points on Friday to reclaim the 38,000-mark.The NSE Nifty too breached the 11,500-level with a jump of 145.30 points.

  • Sensex crashes 509 points to end at over 1-month low on global trade woes

    Mumbai: Market benchmark BSE Sensex crashed 509 points to close at more than one-month low of 37,413.13 due to heavy losses in metal, auto and financial stocks as investors fretted over heightened global trade war concerns. Besides, the rupee hit yet another new lifetime low of 72.73 against the dollar (intra-day) at the forex market, which also triggered selling in equities pace towards the close. Amid continuous foreign capital outflows, the 30-share barometer

  • Sensex tumbles 468 pts as Re hits a lifetime low of 72.67

    Mumbai: Market benchmark BSE Sensex tanked 468 points or 1.22 per cent to end below the 38,000 mark as the rupee falling further to a record low and widening current account deficit spooked investors. The 30-share index closed at 37,922.17, down by 467.65 points or 1.22 per cent, which was its biggest single-day fall since March 16 when it had lost 509.54 points.

  • Sensex builds on gains for 2nd day as Re recovers; auto leads rally

    Mumbai: Markets remained in better form for the second straight session Friday, with the Sensex closing over 147 points higher as auto shares zoomed on sustained buying by domestic institutional investors amid the rupee staging a recovery.

  • Stocks stage relief rally on value-buying; RIL leads recovery

    Mumbai: Markets staged a strong comeback Thursday after six straight sessions of losses as investors accumulated recently hammered healthcare, energy and power stocks towards the fag-end even as the rupee breached the 72-level for the first time. The BSE Sensex rebounded 224.50 points to end at 38,242.81, while the broader Nifty gained 59.95 points to 11,536.90. Benchmarks largely benefited from value buying in  beaten-down stocks lead by RIL and Sun Pharma, tracking a rebound in

  • Sensex rebounds over 150 points in opening trade

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex rebounded over 150 points in opening trade Thursday on value-buying in select bluechip stocks, recovery in rupee and fall in global crude oil prices, but pared some gains on mixed Asian trend. The 30-share BSE index recovered by 164.46 points, or 0.43 per cent, to 38,182.77 in opening trade. It, however, lost some steam and was trading 48.46 points, or 0.13 per cent, higher at 38,066.87 at 0940

  • Sensex drops 140 points as rupee hits new low

    Mumbai: Falling for the sixth straight session, the BSE Sensex shed about 140 points Wednesday to close at an over two-week low of 38,018.31 as investor sentiment remained bearish amid a plunging rupee and weak global cues. The rupee crashed to a fresh record low of 71.96 against the US dollar in intra-day trade on the back of rising bond yields and crisis in emerging market currencies. Market sentiment was further dampened after a

  • Sensex falls for 5th day on rising crude prices, rupee woes

    New Delhi: The benchmark BSE Sensex Tuesday lost about 155 points to close at an over two-week low of 38,157.92, falling for the fifth session in a row following sustained foreign fund outflows, surging global crude oil prices and tumbling rupee against dollar.

  • Sensex succumbs to late sell-off, ends in red for 4th straight session on rupee woes

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex erased all its early gains to end lower by about 333 points in see-saw trade today, posting fourth straight session fall due to widespread selling in FMCG, realty, power and banks stocks amid the rupee hitting yet another record low. Weakening global cues, triggered by continuing trade war spats between the US and China, too impacted domestic market sentiment.

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    Stocks extends losses as new F&O series opens subdued, rupee worries continue

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex fell over 45 points today, extending third session of losses, as the September series derivatives contracts started on a somewhat weak note amid the rupee hitting the 71-mark for the first time ever. However, the NSE Nifty edged slightly higher by 3.70 points. Muted global sentiment after a report that US President Donald Trump was preparing to impose more tariffs on China mainly hurt trading activities here.

  • Sensex drops 173 points after scaling new high; Re hit record low

    Mumbai: Market benchmark BSE Sensex retreated from record high levels to settle down by 173 points today due to profit booking in Reliance Industries, HDFC and Infosys after recent gains. The 30-share index hit an all-time intra-day high of 38,989.65 at the outset but the market lost steam as investors prefered to book profits after three straight days of gains.

  • Sensex heads for 39K

    Mumbai : Market benchmark BSE Sensex rose by 202 points to close at a fresh record high while the NSE Nifty ended above the 11,700-mark for the first time led by gains in RIL, HDFC twins and Maruti.

  • Benchmark indices race to fresh highs on global cues

    Mumbai: Market benchmarks closed at new peaks today on account of widespread buying in banking, power and metal stocks, tracking positive global cues as investors welcomed US Federal Reserve’s “gradual approach” to raising rates. The BSE Sensex surged over 442 points to close at its life-time high of 38,694.11 and the broader NSE Nifty ended at a fresh record of 11,691.95, rising 134.85 points. Both the benchmarks Sensex and Nifty recorded their biggest single-day gains of

  • Sensex, Nifty soar to fresh highs on global leads

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex built on gains to close at a fresh record high and the NSE Nifty breached the 11,550 mark for the first time today riding on hectic buying in L&T, Tata Motors, ONGC and HDFC Ltd amid positive leads from global markets.

  • Sensex hits record high of 38,000; Nifty breaches 11,500 mark

    Mumbai: Continuing its rally, the benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 250 points to hit a fresh record high in early trade, and NSE Nifty went past the 11,500-mark for the first time today on widespread gains in capital goods, metal, realty and banking scrips amid firm Asian cues.

  • Sensex falls 155 points on profit-booking, global cues

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex tumbled over 155 points today to close below the 38,000-mark as investors booked profits amid lacklustre global cues. SBI was the biggest loser in the Sensex pack, diving 3.79 per cent, after the lender reported a hefty loss of Rs 4,876 crore for the June quarter.

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    Sensex, Nifty surge to record highs

    Mumbai: Benchmarks ended at fresh lifetime highs today, powered by a rally in market heavyweight RIL and banking stocks amid mixed global cues.