MUMBAI : Benchmarks staged a smart recovery as investors took positions at lower levels. Broader markets which fell sharply on account of margins pressure were also off intraday lows. At 1 pm; National Stock Exchange’s Nifty was at 5816.65, up 16.90 points or 0.29 per cent. The broader index touched intraday low of 5690.35 and high of 5838.50. Bombay Stock Exchange’s Sensex was at 1934..
MUMBAI : Benchmarks were witnessing a choppy session with negative bias due to lack of supportive cues from global peers. Capital goods and IT stocks were the top under-performers while pharma and realty stocks showed some strength. “Start is likely to be subdued as Asian markets are flat to negative, with China pacing the decline. South Korea’s central bank has hiked its benchm..
MUMBAI : Equities were moving in a narrow range due to lack of cues from global peers. Profit booking was seen in realty, capital goods and oil&gas space while IT, banks and pharmaceutical stocks moved higher. ..
MUMBAI : Indian markets were witnessing a choppy session with negative bias due to lack of buying activity at higher levels. Gains in auto and realty stocks were offset by losses in metals and capital goods space. “At the start of the week it seemed as if the new highs could be attained easily. Now, after two days of lackluster trading, the wait may just get longer. We expect a soft start to..
MUMBAI : Indian markets bounced back after a subdued opening as investors lapped up stocks from across the board. All the sectoral indices were in the green. ..
MUMBAI: Indian equities opened positive in pre-open trade Friday, but the gains proved short-lived and the Sensex slipped into red after the session opened. ..
MUMBAI: Indian markets opened in the negative terrain taking cues from subdued global peers. Trade is expected to turn choppy as the session progresses ahead of October series expiry. ..
MUMBAI: Indian markets moved higher as bulls were back in action taking cues from positive global peers. All the sectoral indices were in the green led by metals, oil&gas and banks. ..
MUMBAI: Benchmarks were at day’s lows booking as investors booked profits across the board. Selling pressure was seen in metals, FMCG and realty stocks. ..
MUMBAI: Equities were witnessing profit booking session Monday as investors continued to book profits following weakness in Asian markets. According to analysts, investors were also likely to lighten their portfolios to raise funds for Coal India IPO . ..