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With Dalal Street nervous, markets may see further correction

More than half the NSE 500 stocks slipped below their 200-day moving averages (DMAs), a sign of growing nervousness in the market. A fall below 200 DMA technical level means a new buyer of the index or stock is willing to pay less than the average price paid ... Economic Times, 1 day ago

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Bull run is on in Indian markets, but it's the most hated: Experts

NEW DELHI: There is no doubt that the Indian markets are in a multi-year bull run, but experts across Dalal Street are of the view that it is also the 'most hated' one in a decade. The S&P BSE Sensex has plunged over 2000 points from its record ...
 Economic Times1 day ago This one is the most hated bull run, say experts  Economic Times3 days ago The only thing exciting about Thursday is India vs Australia match and not F&O expiry: Experts  Economic Times1 month ago

Dalal Street nervous? MAT worries to continue on US, UK inflows

MUMBAI: The Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) on foreign funds continues to cast a shadow on Dalal Street even after minister of state for finance Jayant Sinha's efforts to clear the fog. Despite the minister spelling out that funds investing through ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Minimum Alternate Tax worries to continue on inflows from US, UK  Economic Times2 days ago Dalal Street nervous? Minimum Alternate Tax worries to continue on inflows from US, UK  Economic Times2 days ago
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Bad year so far on Dalal Street

Nearly a year into Narendra Modi’s rein, the Indian equity market is no longer the story it was. The benchmark S&P Sensex, up as much as eight per cent at one point during the year, has seen its entire 2015 gains erased. After two weeks of losses, the 30-share index on Friday ended at 27,437.94, slightly below 27,499.42, where it started the year. The index had risen as high as 29,681.77, an all-time closing high, on January 29. With the economy showing little sign of acceleration, ...
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A lowdown on why markets are nervous

Factory production is inching up and inflation is softening. Despite this, Dalal Street is nervous, thanks to multiple concerns - some genuine, a few exaggerated. GREEK DILEMMA Will Greece default? Will it exit the Eurozone? Grexit, as they are ...
 Times of India4 days ago 7 reasons that are testing Dalal Street's nerves right now  Economic Times4 days ago 7 reasons that are testing market's nerves right now  Economic Times4 days ago

Sensex under pressure, Midcap falls 1%; Infosys in focus

Bearish sentiment continued on Dalal Street. The Nifty extended losses to slip below the 8,350 mark dragged lower by financials, real estate and capital goods stocks. The broader markets underperformed benchmarks, down more than 1 percent. The ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 days ago Mutual Fund NAVs decline as markets end lower  Money Control1 week ago Mutual Funds soar led by positive market rally  Money Control1 month ago Sensex falls 134 pts, Midcap underperforms; ONGC, Cairn up  Moneycontrol.com1 week ago
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War-time shares to be finally see dematerialisation

A shareholder whose physical share certificates arguably constitute some of the longest-held investments on Dalal Street, is finally dusting them off for conversion; more than forty years after the wars that resulted in their last transfer of ownership. The ...
 Business Standard1 week ago 'Enemy' shares to be dematerialised  Smart Investor1 week ago
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Sensex, Nifty continue to rally; metals, auto, pharma gain

Investors seem to be on a buying spree on Dalal Street. The Sensex is up 299.88 points or 1 percent at 28737.59 and the Nifty is up 89.35 points or 1 percent at 8722.50. About 1450 shares have advanced, 755 shares declined, and 158 shares are ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 month ago Weakness persist on street; Metals outperform  Finalaya.com3 days ago Bloody Monday! Sensex nosedives 604 pts, Nifty skids 181pts  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago Nifty holds 8800, Sensex ends flat; ITC up 3%, banks fall  Moneycontrol.com2 months ago
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Infosys slips 6%, fails to cheer Dalal Street post Q4 results; here's what experts say

NEW DELHI: Infosys plunged 5.95 per cent on Friday, wiping out over Rs 14000 crore of investors' wealth, after India's second largest software firm reported a 2.6 per cent sequential decline in quarterly profit that fell below market expectations. ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Sensex ends 654 points down; BSE m-cap below 100 lakh crore  Economic Times1 month ago Sensex plunges 205 points as Jaitley fails to cheer Dalal Street  INooz1 month ago Railway Budget fails to cheer Dalal Street; Sensex plummets 256 points  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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Sensex falls 297 pts, Nifty at 3-mth low; Infosys trips 6%

Bears took the complete control on Dalal Street on Friday with the equity benchmarks falling more than 3-month low, largely due to selling pressure in Infosys post disappointing Q4 earnings.
 Money Control2 days ago
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