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  • Sensex, Nifty turn choppy on weak Asian cues

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex turned choppy after rising over 117 points in opening trade, amid weak Asian cues and foreign fund outflows. The broader Nifty, too, slipped below the 11,000-mark. The 30-share index fell 74.69 points, or 0.20 per cent, to 36,466.94 after touching a high of 36,558.71 in opening trade.

  • Sensex hits fresh record high on firm global cues

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex hit a fresh record high of 36,740.07 points in opening session today driven by smart gains in Infosys, Coal India and Wipro, despite weak macroeconomic data released yesterday.

  • Sensex, Nifty turn choppy on weak Asian cues

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex opened 59.64 points higher, but soon turned choppy in early trade, as investors cashed profits in metal, healthcare, PSU and auto stocks, amid weak Asian cues as US-China trade spat escalated.

  • Sensex recovers 116 points on mixed global cues

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex turned positive after opening 42 points lower in the early trade today as fresh buying seen on select counters led by oils & gas, realty, auto and IT sectors amid mixed global cues.

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    Sensex down 47 points in early trade

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex slipped over 47 points to 35,598.06 in early trade today, following intense selling pressure in consumer durables, metal and realty stocks amid sustained capital outflows by foreign funds.

  • Sensex, Nifty turn choppy on weak global cues

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex turned negative after opening 59 points higher in the early trading session today on sustained capital outflows amid weak global cues following rising concerns of a global trade war. The 30-share index was trading lower by 54.01 points, or 0.15 per cent, at 35,324.59. The gauge had gained 114.19 points in the previous session.

  • Sensex down 68 points on weak Asian cues

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex shed about 68 points to trade at 35,196.44 in early deals today on sustained capital outflows by foreign funds amid selling pressure on some counters and weak Asian cues. Deprecating rupee against the dollar also added to the dampened sentiment.

  • Sensex falls 159 points in early trade

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex fell 159 points after opening 122 points higher today, following selling pressure on select counters amid sustained capital outflows by foreign funds.

  • Sensex rebounds 200 pts as July F&O series opens strong

    Mumbai: Reversing a two-session slide, the benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 200 points and the Nifty reclaimed the 10,600-mark in early trade today on fresh buying by investors as the July derivatives contracts started on a strong note amid recovery in the rupee.

  • Sensex suffers more losses as rupee hits record low

    Mumbai: Benchmark Sensex fell over 90 points in early trade today after the rupee sank to a lifetime low of 69.10 against the US dollar amid firming crude oil prices. There was also caution among investors on the expiry day of the June series derivatives contracts, brokers said.

  • Sensex opens in green as blue-chips rise

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex advanced nearly 54 points in opening trade today, spurred by a fresh spell of buying in select blue-chip stocks like Infosys, TCS and Sun Pharma amid mixed global cues.

  • Sensex extends losses on global trade war worries

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex fell over 132 points  in opening trade today as investors pared their bets, tracking sharp losses in global markets on worries about an intensifying trade conflict between the US and its trade partners.

  • Sensex makes a muted start on profit-booking, mixed Asian cues

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex declined about 67 points in early session today on profit-booking by speculators amid mixed Asian cues on worries over a US-China trade war. The 30-share flagship index was down 67.80 points, or 0.18 per cent, to 35,621.80. The gauge had soared 257.21 points in the previous session on Friday.

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    Sensex gets a buying lift, up 123 points; RIL at new high

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex climbed over 123 points to 35,670.39 in opening trade today, led by gains in index heavyweight Reliance Industries, amid continued buying by domestic institutional investors.

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    Sensex opens in green on value-buying, up 130 points

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex rebounded over 130 points in opening trade today, reversing its two-session losing streak on value-buying in select blue-chips amid a strengthening rupee. Overseas, mixed trend at other Asian markets also influenced trading sentiments here.

  • Sensex suffers more losses, down 148 points on global cues

    Mumbai: Benchmark Sensex declined by over 148 points in early trade today, tracking a weak trend in global markets as the trade spat between the US and China intensified. Unabated capital outflows by foreign funds and profit-booking by retail investors too dampened sentiment.

  • Sensex jumps 185 points in early trade

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex rallied about 185 points to 35,877.41 in early session today, buoyed by robust industrial output data amid mixed Asian cues. Industrial output expanded by 4.9 per cent in April this year, spurred by higher growth in manufacturing and mining sectors, as per official data released after market hours yesterday.

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    Sensex rises 84 points, Nifty above 10,800

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex rose over 84 points while the Nifty reclaimed the 10,800-mark as investors looked forward to release of key macroeconomic data due today amid a firming trend in Asia. The 30-share BSE Sensex went up 84.35 points, or 0.23 per cent, to 35,567.82. The gauge had gained 39.80 points in the previous session.

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    Sensex up 149 points, Nifty tops 10,800 in early trade

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex rebounded by 149 points while the Nifty recaptured the 10,800-mark in early trade today on sustained buying by domestic institutional investors amid positive global cues. Asian markets were trading in the green as investors were looking ahead to US President Donald Trump’s meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.