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  • Rupee slips below 68-mark v/s dollar

    Mumbai : The rupee went into a tailspin by plunging 56 paise on Tuesday, the second biggest single-day fall of 2018, to end at a new 16-month low of 68.07 as panic dollar demand rattled currency market.

  • Sensex tanks 351 points

    Mumbai : The global sell-off in equities, triggered by further escalation of global trade war fears, weighed on the benchmark indices as they erased the modest early session gains and dropped sharply to end over 1 per cent lower each on risk aversion, dealers said.

  • Sensex surges 611 points on firm global relief rally

    Mumbai : The BSE Sensex on Monday jumped 611 points, its biggest single-day gain in two years, in line with a global rally after the latest US jobs report assuaged fears around inflation and faster rate hikes.

  • Markets to look to Guj polls and economic data

    Mumbai :The stock market will look up to a range of factors like the Gujarat polls, the industrial production and inflation numbers, as well as automobile sales data for direction this week, according to experts.

  • Sensex slides for 3rd day, trade deficit sparks worries

    Mumbai: Stock investors got increasingly worried about the possibility of fiscal slippage as the Sensex plunged 181 points due to concerns over trade deficit that ballooned to an almost 3-year high.

  • GST impact, global cues to set market trajectory

    Mumbai : The impact of Goods and Services Tax (GST), coupled with global cues, are expected to determine the trajectory of key domestic stock exchanges in the upcoming week.

  • Markets conquers new peaks, Nifty closes above 9,500-mark

    The 30-share Sensex also opened on a strong footing and zoomed to a new peak of 30,591.55, before winding up 260.48 points, or 0.86 per cent higher at 30,582.60, breaching its previous record close of 30,322.12 points,

  • Nifty scales lifetime high, Sensex nears 30,000-mark

    Mumbai : Benchmark Nifty closed above the 9,300-mark for the first time in its history on Tuesday, while the Sensex soared 287 points to a three-week high on widespread buying, spurred by strong results and upbeat global cues.