Samvat 2070 has been an eventful year for the Indian stock market, with the benchmark indices – the S&P BSE Sensex and the CNX Nifty rising 26 per cent each – hitting an all-time high of 27,354.99 and 8,180.20, respectively, in a liquidity
Benchmark shares indices ended lower for the third straight week amid selling by foreign funds on worries that the US Federal Reserve may soon end its monetary stimulus while weak economic data from Germany and China also dampened market sentiment.
Benchmark share indices ended lower for the fourth consecutive week amid worries over how the global economic growth would affect India and the possibility of higher interest rates in the US leading to capital outflows from emerging economies.
Metals and cement stocks have not been popular with foreign institutional investors (FIIs) in the September quarter. Foreign ownership in most metals and cement companies declined for the first time in many quarters.
Benchmark share indices snapped four-week losing streak amid slew of reforms announced by the government with auto shares leading the gains on expectations of robust sales during the ongoing festive season.
This Dhanteras, swipe your credit card and own your favourite set of wheels. With car dealers wanting to close deals, they are increasingly encouraging buyers to swipe their card and part pay for the cars.
The Nifty ended marginally lower after realty major DLF plunged nearly 29%, recording its highest single-day after market regulator Sebi barred real estate major and six of its top executives, including Chairman K P Singh, from accessing the capital