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Sensex sheds 144 points in late sell-off; bank stocks sink
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Sensex sheds 144 points in late sell-off; bank stocks sink

The NSE Nifty settled the day 38.85 points or 0.37 per cent lower at 10,500.90 after shuttling between 10,590.55 and 10,456.65, intra-day. Benchmark Sensex succumbed to fag-end profit-booking to end 144 points lower on Wednesday after banking stocks tumbled on RBI's new norms for recognising stressed assets.   Punjab National Bank (PNB) plunged 9.81 per cent after the state-owned lender said it has detected fraudulent transactions worth $1.77 billion (about Rs 11,335 crore). In a bid to ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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Sensex, Nifty tumbles over 3.6 pc after global sell-off

The BSE Sensex cracked below the 34,000-mark by plunging about 1,275 points or 3.6 per cent in opening trade today due to across-the-board losses after investor sentiment was hit by a sell-off in world markets. Extending its falling streak for the sixth ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Sensex plunges 453 points on fiscal deficit fears, F&O expiry  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Dow erases all its 2018 gains

The US Dow suffered its deepest fall in history, erasing all of its 2018 gains, while the S&P 500 took a beating to sit down for the year yesterday. Asian markets followed the trend with Tokyo diving more than 5 per cent, Hong Kong 4 per cent and Sydney 3 per cent, Singapore 2.3 per cent, Seoul 3 per cent, Taipei 3.7 per cent, and Shanghai 2.1 per cent. The heavy profit booking comes after months of surges fuelled by corporate earnings, global outlook and optimism over the US economy. In ...
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How FPIs are avoiding taxes on gains from non-convertible debentures

Capital gains tax is no longer exempt even for investors coming via Mauritius, hence FPIs are now classifying it as interest income to save on taxes. Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) are nowadays categorising the gains from non-convertible debentures (NCDs) as interest income to benefit from tax arbitrage, a stark contrast to the earlier practice of showing such income as capital gains.   Currently, the interest income of FPIs is subjected to five per cent withholding tax, against 15-20 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

BoJ Monetary Policy; US GDP Data; Rising Bond Yields & Top Stocks in Action Today

Posted by Equitymaster BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty ended lower for the second session on Thursday led by losses in banking and automobile sectors . L&T , Tata Steel , Hero MotoCorp and Infosys were the top gainers, whereas M&M , Axis Bank and Maurti Suzuki India ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago

World Stocks Positive as US Fed Looks to Raise Rates

Posted by Equitymaster Global financial markets ended the week on a positive note. Except the Chinese financial markets, all global indices registered gains over the week. In the US, the Dow industrials ended the week up 0.9%. The US indices edged up over a ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago

Sensex Pares Gains; Metal & Healthcare Stocks Drag

Posted by Equitymaster Indian share markets trimmed some of their early gains to trade marginally higher during the morning trade. Gains are largely seen in stocks from realty sector and automobile sector . Meanwhile, metal stocks and healthcare stocks are ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago
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