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Sensex rises at close; upbeat US data calms nerves
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Sensex rises at close; upbeat US data calms nerves

The BSE oil, IT and metal indices led the rally, with gains of around 1% each. Markets gained for the second straight session to kick-off the September F&O series on a robust note, buoyed by heartening US economic data, fresh stimulus injection in China earlier in the week, ebbing global volatility after the bruising sell-off on Black Monday and dimming prospect of a Fed rate hike in September. The government’s announcement of the ambitious Smart City project, involving investments of ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Mayhem on D-Street: Bears maul Sensex to highest ever single-day crash

Several Sensex stocks hits 52-week low in intra-day trade today with financials leading the decline. Benchmark shares indices witnessed a carnage on Black Monday with the Sensex registering its highest ever single-day crash as investors shunned equities tracking a sharp sell-off in Chinese stocks on concerns that the sluggish growth in China would lead to global economic slowdown. The 30-share Sensex closed 1,625 points or 5.9% lower at 25,742 and the Nifty slumped 491 points or 5.9% to end at ...
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Sensex erases gains of 2015 on global growth concerns, weak rupee

Auto stocks were the top losers with Tata Motors hitting an 18-month low intraday on persistent concerns over China's growth slowdown. The Sensex erased all gains of 2015 after weak factory growth from China raised concerns about global growth slowdown while the weakening rupee rekindled worries over foreign capital outflows. The S&P barometer BSE Sensex ended 242 points down at 27,366 and the CNX Nifty barely finished at 8,300, down by 73 points. The Sensex had ended at 27,499.42 on ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Markets wobble on Chinese woes, Fed hike fears

The benchmark indices slumped by around 1% in a volatile session of trade due to the negative triggers from the global front. The looming fears of a slowdown in China, Fed's signals at its latest policy meet of an impending rate hike and the plunging oil prices rattled the market participants across Asia and Europe, and this had a cascading effect on the bourses back home. The BSE Sensex oscillated more than 400 points between an intra-day high of 27,964 and a low of 27,564 before ending at ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Land Bill U-turn: Another defeat for the Modi govt

While going back to the old bill is only a face saver, there is little in the bill that will excite industry or the markets, says Shishir Asthana. The U-turn by the National democratic Alliance government on the amendments to the Land Bill 2013 has turned out to be the biggest source of embarrassment for the Narendra Modi led government. Its pro-reform, pro-industry agenda has fallen flat on its face. With the government not able to convince its own allies, let alone the opposition, it is now ...
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Sensex snaps 4-day winning run as RBI holds rates

Benchmark share indices ended lower on Tuesday on profit booking after the Reserve Bank of India at its third bi-monthly policy review today kept key rates unchanged as retail inflation continues to remain at elevated levels. The Sensex ended down 115 points at 28,072 levels and the Nifty closed 26 points lower at 8,517. In the broader market, BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices ended up 0.1-1.1% each. Market breadth ended positive with 1,627 gainers and 1,264 losers. "Overall, the third bi-monthly ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Bears grip markets on tepid earnings, reforms uncertainty

Markets closed on a dismal note as tepid quarterly results from prominent companies weighed on the indices. Meanwhile, lack of any advancement in reforms such as GST in the present Monsoon session of Parliament amid weak global cues dampened sentiment. The Sensex ended 259 points lower at 28,112 and Nifty slipped 68 points to end at 8,522. The broader markets ended in-line with the benchmark indices- BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices lost 0.6% each. The market breadth ended negative, with 1,271 ...
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Markets gain momentum ahead if CPI data; metals slip, IT climbs

The IIP data for the month of May would set the tone of the markets for the session. Markets are trading higher as investors remain bullish ahead of the CPI numbers due later during today and WPI data due to be unveiled tomorrow. Meanwhile, weak IIP numbers, slowdown in the progress of monsoon amid ongoing crisis in Greece has dampened the sentiments. At 2:05 PM, the Sensex and Nifty are trading 308 points  and 80 points higher at 27,663 levels and 8,464 levels, respectively. In the ...
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Who determines the price -- market or regulator?

The govt needs to decide whether it wants a regulator to exercise pricing controlsA Supreme Court order last week ruled that the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board did not have pricing powers for city gas distribution. With this, PNGRB is among the few regulators that have neither pricing powers, nor the power to lay the guiding principles for what is to be charged to consumers. “On scanning of the entire Act and applying various principles, we find that the Act does not confer ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Pace of reforms under Modi somewhat disappointing'

This is the lowest investment grade rating, but a 'positive' outlook indicates room for further upgrade. Image: A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, June 29, 2015. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters In a 'credit negative' for its sovereign and bank ratings, India's rural economy will remain subdued through this fiscal, while ‘some disappointment’ has emerged about pace of reforms under the Modi government, global giant ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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