Among the BSE sectoral indices, capital goods gained the most by rising 2.85%, followed by infra 1.81%, bankex 1.68%, realty 1.67%, healthcare 1.49%, power 1.27% and oil&gas 0.97%. DNA, 3 weeks ago
BSE Healthcare, auto, capital goods, Bankex hit 52-week low - Smart Investor, 3 weeks ago
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On Tuesday, the S&P BSE's Bankex touched an 18-month low, sending a grim signal to investors that the worst may be far from over. The stocks of most PSU banks, except SBI, were trading at below their book values — an indication that if the bank is ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
SENSEX 24682.03 143.01 0.58% NIFTY 7510.30 53.55 0.71% Indian equity markets trimmed their losses but continued to trade in red in the late afternoon session on account of selling in front line blue chip counters taking cues ...Finalaya.com, 4 weeks ago Weakness persists on D-Street in noon deals Finalaya.com, 22 hours ago Benchmarks trade near intra-day low levels in late morning session Finalaya.com, 23 hours ago Benchmarks continue to trade higher in noon deals Finalaya.com, 5 days ago
Shares of banks were the biggest losers on Tuesday, with public and private sector banks declining in the range of 1-4%. The BSE Bankex lost 1.76% during the session to end as the worst performing sectoral index. Shares of Federal Bank slumped ...Financial Express, 4 weeks ago PSU banks mixed private sector banks edge lower Capital Market, 1 month ago Banks witness selling pressure Capital Market, 2 months ago
Broad-based sell-off is witnessed across all the sectors with BSE Bankex and Telecom indices leading the fall down between 2%-3% SI Reporter | Mumbai January 4, 2016 Last Updated at 14:44 IST A blood bath is seen across the bourses with barometer ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago Sensex slumps over 500 points as China rattles global stocks Business Standard, 1 month ago Bearish trend prevails; Sensex slumps over 400 points Smart Investor, 3 weeks ago All 19 sectoral indices on BSE in red Capital Market, 1 month ago
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, 11:51 [IST] Banking shares fell sharply in trade with the Nifty PSU Bankex seeing a cut of nearly 2 per cent and the Bank Nifty seeing a cut of 1 per cent, following worries over new lending norms that are to come into force. The new ...Oneindia, 2 months ago Rate-sensitive stocks trade mixed after RBI policy Business Today India, 2 months ago Rate-sensitive stocks end mixed as RBI maintains status quo Financial Express, 2 months ago Rate-sensitive shares mixed as RBI maintains status quo Smart Investor, 2 months ago
Mumbai, Dec 18: The BSE Sensex plunged today by 284.56 points at 25,519.22 as profit booking witnessed in IT, Auto, Bankex and FMCG stocks. As the government cut its growth forecast also dampened the sentiment. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange ...Newshence.com, 1 month ago
Cyclical indices such as S&P BSE Bankex, S&P BSE Capital Goods, and S&P BSE Metals have under-performed the S&P BSE Sensex in the past year (see table). Against a seven per cent fall in the Sensex, these indices have fallen anywhere between 7.6 per ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago BSE Sensex dips over 500 points, Healthcare index by over 300 points PharmaBiz, 1 month ago It may still be early to bet on cyclicals Smart Investor, 1 month ago It's still early to bet on cyclical stocks Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The BSE Bankex has fallen 6 per cent, with many banks like ICICI Bank and Axis Bank hitting their 52-week lows. In comparison, Sensex has slippedMyInforms, 1 month ago Markets end near two-year low on PSU banks woes Smart Investor, 20 hours ago PNB, Allahabad Bank, Central Bank, Dena Bank hit 52-week low on weak Q3 results Business Standard India, 1 day ago Banking stocks jump after RBI eases GMS MyIris, 2 weeks ago
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MUMBAI: Indian stocks entered a bear market on Wednesday as the renewed fall in crude oil and worsening health of domestic banks intensified foreign investor selling. Benchmark indices, following the 1% decline on Wednesday, have tumbled over 20% ...Economic Times, 5 hours ago Dalal Street enters bear market on worries over health of domestic banks and crude fall Economic Times, 5 hours ago
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