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L&T Technology Services shares to list on 23 September on BSE
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L&T Technology Services shares to list on 23 September on BSE

The company fixed the issue price at Rs 860 per share, at the higher end of the price band. The BSE building pictured next to a police van in Mumbai April 9, 2014.Reuters file Investors would keenly watch the listing price of L&T Technology ... International Business Times India, 4 days ago

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Business Standard India, 1 month ago
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VC Circle, 6 months ago
Financial Express, 7 months ago

Indian shares slip on profit booking, weak regional sentiment weighs

MUMBAI (NewsRise) --Indian shares fell Friday, coming off 18-month highs, hurt by profit booking across automakers and financial stocks and tepid regional sentiment after the European Central Bank's policy review. Reports that North Korea had ...
 Nikkei Asian Review2 weeks ago India shares fall, banks slip after Patel named new RBI head  Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago Indian shares at 18-month high as China data boosts region, TCS slips  Nikkei Asian Review2 weeks ago Indian shares at near 1-year highs, trump Asia on GST hopes  Nikkei Asian Review2 months ago

Markets end in green as Fed rate hike fears dim

Financials were the top gainers lead by private lenders ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank Stock markets today snapped a two-day losing streak after minutes of the US Federal Reserve meeting signalled no interest rate hikes in the near term, and raised hopes that the pace of foreign inflows into the domestic market would continue. The S&P BSE Sensex rose 118 points to close at 28,123 and the Nifty50 gained 49 points to settle at 8,673. In the broader market, the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices ended ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago biz Stock market surges to 17- month high  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Sensex zooms to 17-month high as Fed rate-hike fears ease  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Sensex ends at 18-month high on global cues, strong rupee; 15 Nifty stocks hit fresh 52-week high  Financial Express2 weeks ago

10 stocks you can bet on if PM manages to score a GST breakthrough next week

NEW DELHI: The much-debated goods & services tax (GST) inched closer to becoming a reality after the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved amendments to the constitutional amendment bill, incorporating suggestions by some of the states and opposition ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Finally there?  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago These 10 stocks could work for you if Modi gets a House yes for GST  Economic Times2 months ago

Geojit BNP Paribas quote on RBI Policy

On a positive note RBI has provisioned the forthcoming FCNR redemption, which will provide stability in the currency market. As expected RBI maintained its status quo on the policy rate with an accommodating standpoint. Despite increase in CPI ...
 India Infoline1 month ago

Sensex ends 248 points lower on weak global cues

Financials and auto stocks were the top losers while energy and IT shares recovered Markets ended lower, amid weak global cues, as investors booked profits after sharp gains in the previous session which lifted the benchmarks to 18-month highs. Further, testing of a nuclear weapon by North Korea also dampened sentiment for riskier assets. The S&P BSE Sensex ended down by 248 points at 28,797 and the Nifty50 slipped 86 points to settle at 8,867.  In the broader markets, BSE Midcap and ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

GST anticipation, global cues suppress equity markets (Roundup)

equity markets on Wednesday succumbed to profit booking on uncertainties regarding the passage of the GST (Goods and Services Tax) Bill in the Rajya Sabha, coupled with weak global cues. Consequently, both the key indices closed the day's trade in ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Sensex slips 374 pts as US prez debate looms

Equities started the week on a distinctly weak note after the Sensex tumbled 374 points today -- the most in two weeks -- tracking global sell-off ahead of the US presidential debate and an OPEC meeting due this week. The barometer closed at ...
 Financial Chronicle19 hours ago Sensex tanks 374 pts after investors turn to US Prez debate  Times of India21 hours ago Sensex tanks 374 points after investors turn to US Presidential debate  ZeeNews.com21 hours ago Sensex tanks 374 pts as investor focus shifts to US President debate  Firstpost.com20 hours ago

Sensex plunges 374 pts, Nifty below 8,800-mark on heavyweights drag

entum with a weak note, almost all heavyweights, especially rate-sensitive shares including bank stocks, ended in the red in both the bourses. The BSE benchmark Sensex tumbled 374 points on Monday - the most in two weeks - tracking global sell-off ...
 New Delhi Pioneer13 hours ago

The week that was: After monetary policy shocks, market expects data-driven week ahead

NEW DELHI: The week gone by saw the benchmark equity indices drop in three out of five sessions, before they ended up recording healthy gains as central banks the world over assured not to pull the plug on the liquidity support. BSE benchmark ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Five factors that will chart market direction during the coming week  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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