• “The 15% export tax will reduce the margins on steel exports, which were attractive for the last year due to lower exports from China (due to its de-carbonisation drive) and higher energy prices in Europe,” the brokerage said.

  • The order came after Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) approached Sebi proposing to settle the case pertaining to alleged violations of PFUTP (Prohibition of Fraudulent and Unfair Trade Practices) rules "without admitting or denying the findings of fact and conclusions of law", through a settlement order.

  • The Rs 165.42 crore initial public offering (IPO) of Venue Pipes & Tubes was open for subscription between May 11-13 as the company sold its share in the price range of Rs 310-326 apiece.

  • Losers included Hindustan Unilever, which fell 2.36 per cent to Rs 2,323.85. ITC, Bharti Airtel, TCS Infosys and Titan Company fell up to 0.5 per cent.

  • Further, the government has imposed a 15 per cent export duty on hot-rolled, and cold-rolled steel products from nil earlier. On the import front, the government has cut import duty on some raw materials like PCI, met coal and coking coal.

  • Among Sensex stocks Maruti Suzuki climbed 2.87 per cent to Rs 7,804.70. Axis Security said Maruti Suzuki could emerge as the biggest beneficiary of demand recovery in the post-COVID period, considering its stronghold in the entry-level segment and a favourable product lifecycle.

  • “The 15% export tax will reduce the margins on steel exports, which were attractive for the last year due to lower exports from China (due to its de-carbonisation drive) and higher energy prices in Europe,” the brokerage said.

  • The stock market turmoil has dragged the shares of recently-listed Data Patterns 23 per cent lower from the all-time high of Rs 935 in a month, but domestic brokerage ICICIDirect sees it to be well placed to capture a huge opportunity in the defence electronics space.

  • On a day when domestic benchmark indices plunged 2 per cent amid a global meltdown, ITC stock was on a firm footing on Thursday morning and was the lone Sensex gainer, not only due to its all-round March quarter earnings beat but also on rising hopes that the Kolkata-based company would fare better than peers in inflationary scenario, given its high-margin cigarette segment that just saw 9 per cent jump in Q4 volumes.

  • Nifty50 on Wednesday failed to capitalise on a firm start, as it ended up forming a small bearish candle on the daily chart, with a long upper wick, reflecting selling pressure near the 16,400 level. But analysts are unfazed and see no major impact on the positive momentum post Tuesday's big bullish candle.

  • The 30-share pack Sensex fell 109.94 points or 0.20 per cent to close at 54,208.53. The index fell nearly 1 per cent from the day’s high. Its broader peer NSE Nifty also gave up gains to settle below the 16,250 mark.

  •  In the last couple of weeks, volatility has become a common market feature. We have seen massive selling and some spectacular buying on Dalal Street. Amid such choppiness, there are many stocks that have given price and trend breakouts. 

  • By 12 noon, the BSE Sensex climbed over 1,000 points while the NSE Nifty50 topped its strong resistance of 16,100, a day after the market snapped its six-day losing streak.

  • Shares of Raymond NSE 4.63 % shot up 6.2 per cent in early trade on Tuesday after the textile firm reported over four-fold jump in its consolidated net profit at Rs 264.97 crore for the fourth quarter ended in March 2022.

  • Shares of the much-awaited Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) made a weak listing on the stock exchanges on Tuesday. The Indian insurance major listed on the stock exchanges at a discount of 8.62 per cent at Rs 867, from its Initial Public Offering (IPO) issue price of Rs 949.

  • It has been nearly eight years since Modi took oath as Prime Minister on May 26, 2014. Narendra Modi’s eight years in his South Block office are marked with reformist measures such as demonetisation, implementation of goods and services tax, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code and Real Estate Regulation and Development Act, and works based on Jan Dhan-Aadhar-Mobile (JAM), corporate tax rate cut, etc.

  • Capital markets regulator Sebi is planning to come out with a framework to encourage more exchange-traded funds in debt securities to increase retail investors' interest in the market, a senior official said.

  • According to the data from Ace Equity, as many as 400 stocks from the BSE500 index have tumbled between 20-76 per cent from their respective 52-week highs. BSE500 index constitutes about 95 per cent of the total market capitalization of BSE.

  • Amid choppy trade, both Nifty and Sensex swung between gains and losses to finally settled in the red, with the 30-share pack falling 106 points to 54,365. NSE barometer Nifty, meanwhile, settled below the 16,250 mark.

  • Indian shares inched lower on Tuesday, driven by a risk-off sentiment across Asian markets on prospects of aggressive policy tightening from central banks seeking to fight surging inflation. Sensex takes losing run to 3rd day, falls 106 points, Nifty below 16,250; Tata Steel plunges 7%.

  • Cosmo Films Ltd rallied over 160 per cent in a year compared to about 10 per cent upside seen in Nifty50 in the same period but the upside may not be over yet, suggest experts.

  • Shares of Ceat plummeted 5.8 per cent in early trade Friday as the tyre manufacturer reported an 84 per cent decline in consolidated net profit to Rs 25 crore in the fourth quarter of the previous financial year.

  • Shares of Adani Power climbed 3.5 per cent in early trade Friday as investors cheered a robust performance by the firm in the last quarter of the previous financial year.

  • Dalal Street investors are now being haunted by the famous adage of dumping stocks in the so-called 'ominous' month of May and probably coming back after Halloween, which falls on October 31 every year.

  • Shares of CarTrade Tech nosedived about 10 per cent in early trade on Thursday after the company reported a disappointing performance in March 2022 quarter.

  • Shares of Adani Total Gas dropped 3 per cent in early trade Thursday as the city gas distributor reported a 47.5 per cent decline in fourth quarter net profit after it used expensive imported LNG to meet a spurt in demand for CNG and piped cooking gas.

  • Nifty corrected over 500 points intraday to hit lowest level since 15 March. Here's how the markets reacted to RBI's decision to hike repo rates. Watch!

  • Benchmark indices continued to fall for the third day on a trot on Wednesday as RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said that the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted to hike the repo rate by 40 basis points to 4.40 per cent.

  • Shares of Adani Wilmar shed 4.9 per cent in early trade Wednesday after reporting a disappointing set of numbers for the fourth quarter of the previous financial year.

  • Sensex rises 150 points, Nifty tops 17,100; JSW Energy jumps 4%; Ruchi Soya 2%; Alembic Pharma falls most in 9 month; LIC IPO to kick off today.

  • Equity, currency and derivatives markets will be closed for trading on Tuesday, May 3, on the occasion of Ramzan Eid. Commodity markets will be closed only for the morning session and trading will resume in the evening. Markets will resume trading on Wednesday, May 4.

  • Benchmark equities rebounded after opening sharply lower on Monday, tracking weakness across Asian peers after a selloff in US markets on Friday, as investors expect a 50 bps rate hike by the Federal Reserve this week.

  • The food delivery platform has wiped out almost half of the investors wealth in 2022 so far. The scrip has dropped about 12 per cent in the month of April itself. Zomato's stock price dwindled to the lows of Rs 71.6 on Friday, April 28 from the highs of Rs 141.35 on January 3, the first trading session of the year.

  • Ruchi Soya's FPO shares, which were listed earlier this month, have given strong returns to investors in a span of just three weeks.The shares have rallied more than 75 per cent since their listing on bourses on April 8 to Rs 1,140 on Friday. The company had offered shares at Rs 650 apiece.

  • Last month, the BSE said that registered investor accounts in India had touched the Rs 10 crore mark. The BSE had reached 1 crore investor accounts in 2008.

  • Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) on Wednesday said it will launch its initial public offer (IPO) on May 4, Wednesday. The issue will close on May 9, Monday. "LIC IPO will not crowd out capital, monetary supply. It will biggest in India despite reduced offer size"

  • Reliance Industries (RIL) added another feather to its cap by becoming the first-ever Indian company to hit a market capitalization (m-cap) of Rs 19 lakh crore. Despite weakness in the broader markets, the largest domestic company rallied 2 per cent to Rs 2,827.10 apiece, its new all-time high.

  • The domestic benchmark rebounded on Tuesday after recording sharp losses in the last two sessions, tracking recovery in the broader Asian market while investors kept an eye on Q4 earnings.

  • Adani Wilmar became the seventh Adani Group stock to cross the Rs 1 lk cr market cap mark. Scrip has risen to 3.6 times since its listing and 92% this month.

  • IDBI Capital has initiated coverage on M&M with a Buy call and a target price of Rs 1,616, suggesting an upside of 75 per cent over the next two years, led by strong earnings growth and PE expansion

  • "Mastek reported a strong quarter with revenue and margin both coming in line. The order book improved 25 per cent and the management is aiming to hit $1 billion revenue in the next five years," HDFC Securities said. It has a target price of Rs 3,530 on the stock.

  • Dragged by losses in metal, energy, FMCG, technology, oil and gas and realty counters, the 30-share pack Sensex shed 617.26 points or 1.08 per cent for the second day to close at 56,579.89. Its broader peer NSE Nifty also fell 186.70 points or 1.09 per cent to settle below the 17,200 mark, over 80% stocks declined in trade

  • The domestic equity market was set to kick off the new week with a gap-down start, tracking cues from global peers. US stocks tumbled sharply in weekend trade, whereas Asian peers registered steep cut...

  • Indian shares fell more than 1% on Friday, dragged by losses across the board, as global sentiment soured after the US Federal Reserve hinted at an increasingly aggressive rate hike amid concerns about high inflation. 

  • Gautam Adani-led Adani Power has been in buzz ahead of the company's likely inclusion in the MSCI India Index in the next semi-annual review. The probability of Adani Power's inclusion is low but if it happens the stock is likely to witness an inflow of $132 million, suggests a report from Emkay Global.

  • Shares of Rallis India plummeted as much as 9.2 per cent in early trade Friday as the company, which is a subsidiary of Tata Chemicals, reported a consolidated loss of Rs 14 crore for the March quarter due to multiple challenges, including in seeds business.

  • Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange traded 185.5 points, or 1.07 per cent lower at 17,221.50, signaling that Dalal Street was headed for a negative start on Friday. Here are five stocks which may buzz the most in today's trade:

  • Closing Bell: RIL rally fuels market bulls; Sensex surges 874 pts; Nifty ends near 17,400

  • Sebi received representations from investment bankers of LIC IPO saying markets across the world are currently volatile due to political factors and large institutions are going lower their risky bets.

  • Domestic benchmark equity indices continued to rally for the second straight session as low-level buying continued on Dalal Street. The buying in the last two days comes after almost 5 per cent of drop in the preceding five sessions.

  • Shares of Jubilant FoodWorks today started trading ex-split. The company, which operates Domino's and Dunkin' Donuts, has split its shares from face value of Rs 10 each to face value of Rs 2 each. This means that for every single share of the company, investors will now have five in their demat accounts.

  • The candle had a long wick, suggesting the index recovery after testing the 17,100 level. Analysts said while the trend stays weak, a bounce cannot be ruled out given the index has come near its strong support range of 16,800-17,000 levels.

  • Currently, the overall market is consolidating in a range amid a number of headwinds including inflation and rising interest rates. But the earning season is gathering pace that is generating volatility in some specific counters. And, those counters are now giving price breakouts. 

  • Shares of HDFC Bank dropped 3.4 per cent in early trade Monday as investors were unimpressed with the lender’s performance in the fourth quarter of the previous financial year.The lender, which is India’s largest private bank by market capitalization, reported a 23 per cent jump in standalone net profit to Rs 10,055.20 crore for the March quarter.

  • The Nifty50 was trading at 17,204.70, down 270.95 points or 1.55 per cent. Midcap and smallcap indices fared better, falling up to 1 per cent each.

  • Soaring temperatures across the country have given a leg up to not just the demand for air conditioners (AC) and coolers but also their stocks, which have added up to 24 per cent in just a month. But analysts on Dalal Street remain split on whether this trend can sustain.

  • The rally in smallcap textile stock Siyaram Silk Mills Ltd, which is up over 170 per cent in a year compared to about 22 per cent upside seen in Nifty50, may not be over yet and investors can stay put for a possible target above Rs 1,000 in the next 6 months, suggest experts.

  • Ruchi Soya Industries was again in the spotlight during early hours of Monday, rallying 8 per cent, as the company is looking to rename and rebrand itself. According to the latest regulatory filing, the company board has approved changing the company name to Patanjali Foods Limited or any other name as may be made available by the Registrar of Companies.

  • Sensex sheds 200 points, Nifty below 17,750; Ruchi Soya, Adani Green jump 7% each; Ultratech, NTPC, TechM are the top gainers; Infosys, Kotak Bank, HDFC Bank are top losers in the opening session.

  • A total 4,434 complaints received through grievance redressal system SCORES were disposed of against listed entities or market intermediaries in March, according to data released by Sebi on Friday. These resolved complaints include grievances brought forward from previous periods.

  •  The benchmark indices recovered from day's lows and was on course to snap its 3-day losing run. Nifty ends near 17,800; ITC rallies 5%, DRL 3% Analysts said with RBI risk out of the way, focus will turn to earnings. Firm global market mood also supported the sentiments.

  • Ending the week on a positive note, the benchmark indices surged after a choppy trading session on Friday as investors looked past RBI's Monetary Policy Committee decision to keep the repo rate unchanged.

  • Seasoned investor Dolly Khanna pared her stake in cement maker NCL Industries for the second straight quarter, the latest shareholding data suggests.

  • Domestic benchmark indices extended losses to a third straight session after the minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting showed officials are laser-focused on tamping down inflation.

  • IDFC Limited slumped 7.2 per cent in early trade Thursday after a consortium led by Bandhan Financial Holding entered into a definitive agreement to acquire IDFC Asset Management Company and IDFC AMC Trustee Company for Rs 4,500 crore, subject to receipt of necessary regulatory approvals.

  • Dragged by banking and IT stocks, the 30-share pack Sensex declined 566.09 points or 0.94% to close at 59,610.41. Its broader peer NSE Nifty fell 149 points or 0.83% but managed to close above the 17,800 mark. However, both benchmarks recovered from day's low as power and metal stocks offset some losses.

  • Shares of Ruchi Soya dropped more than 19 per cent during the early trading hours on Wednesday as the company announced the allotment of shares for its follow-on public offering (FPO).

  • Even as the overall market is inching closer to its all time high levels after recovering from a shock correction in February, there are many large and midcap stocks that are trading at a significant discount to their 52-week high prices.

  • A day after heavy buying was seen in HDFC twins, some traders resorted to booking profits on Tuesday. HDFC and HDFC Bank shares were the biggest Nifty losers of the day.

  • As many as 30 stock brokers, including Modex International Securities and Karvy Stock Broking, have been expelled by the National Stock Exchange (NSE) for misusing clients' funds in the past six years.

  • Emkay said the Nifty valuation is still slightly expensive based on more recent valuations. At 19.4x currently, the index valuation appears to be expensive relative to the 20-year average of 16.1x. Though it is reasonable versus the 10-year average of 18.6x.

  • Nifty Pharma closed lower, bucking the overall trend. Aurobindo Pharma fell 2 per cent while Glenmark Pharma declined about half a per cent. Ipca and Dr Reddy’s Labs , however, ended in the green.

  • A few brokerages, which attended Airtel's recent analyst meet, said the stock offers material upside potential from multiple growth levers and, also, value unlocking opportunities in a few businesses.

  • "There is a good possibility of the 17,000-17,500 range for Nifty50 getting broken on the upside with a surge in Bank Nifty. The fourth-quarter financial results can provide the ammunition for this breakout

  • Zen Technologies share price jumped more than 4 percent intraday on March 25 after the company won an order from the Indian Army. Zen Technologies Limited has received a project sanction order from the army for the design and the development of a prototype of the Integrated Air Defence Combat Simulator (IADCS). The prototype has to be ready for the user trial readiness review (UTRR) within 30 weeks, the company said in an exchange filing.

  • Motherson Sumi Systems share price gained over two percent in the morning session on March 25 after the auto components major yesterday said it had bagged an order from Boeing to manufacture and supply aftermarket moulded polymer parts for commercial airplane interiors.

  • Nifty50 on Thursday consolidated in a 200-point range and gave a close above its 50-day moving average. The NSE barometer formed a small bullish candle on the daily scale, with an upper wick, suggesting selling at higher levels. Analysts said the index may continue to consolidate for some time before regaining strength.

  • Triveni Turbine added 3.2 per cent in early trade on Thursday after the company said that its subsidiary Mis Triveni Turbines DMCC has inked an agreement to acquire 70 per cent equity of TSE Engineering in South Africa for 11.9 million South African rand (around Rs 6.17 crore).

  • Equity benchmark Sensex tumbled over 540 points in opening trade on Thursday, tracking losses in banking and financial stocks amid a weak trend in global equity markets. The 30-share BSE benchmark was...

  • Shares of One97 Communications, which runs Paytm, jumped 2.7 per cent in early trade Wednesday as the company said there is no information that may have a bearing on the price volume behaviour in the scrip which is yet not disclosed to the stock exchanges. The company said its business fundamentals remain robust.

  • Domestic stocks were trading lower after the US central bank Chair Jerome Powell said the Fed would hike rates by 50 basis points on multiple occasions, if required, to tame inflation. Further, flare up in crude prices also dampened sentiments. What investors should do in these highly uncertain times is to keep cool and wait for clarity to emerge on the war front, said an analyst. Sensex rebounds 697 pts; Nifty settles above 17,300; TechM jumps 4%, RIL up 3%

  • Benchmark indices rebounded from the day’s low on Tuesday after buying was seen in most segments of the market. This was despite a hawkish commentary by the US Fed Chairman that pushed the US bond yields higher.

  • Domestic bourses BSE and NSE suspended trading in shares of Sintex Industries from Tuesday onwards. This comes after brokers had highlighted that traders were buying shares of the company despite the prospect of losing their entire capital

  • Bank, auto and financial services sectors were among the worst performers, while metal stocks shone. Some consumer names fell as they mulled another round of price hikes.

  • Shares of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies took a tumble in early trade on Monday amid reports that these firms were considering a fresh round of price hikes of up to 10 per cent to offset the impact of unprecedented level of inflation in commodities such as wheat, palm oil and packaging materials.

  • Domestic stocks saw a muted start to Monday's session, after rallying in seven of the last eight sessions.There was optimism over the progress over Russia-Ukraine talks after Turkey's foreign minister on Sunday said the two countries were nearing agreement on 'critical' issues. But reports suggesting Europe was mulling a ban on Russian oil imports kept sentiment subdued. Investors were also anxious over Russian interest repayments due this week.

  • Indian share market will remain closed today due to Holi. Markets will remain closed for three consecutive on March 19 and 20, the Sensex and Nifty will not trade due to the weekly holiday. Exchanges will resume trading on 21 March.

  • Despite caution due to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war and the likelihood of Federal Reserve hiking interest rates for the first time since 2018, buying in banks and IT firms drove the 30-share pack Sensex higher by 935.72 points or 1.68% to 56,486.02 on Monday, while its broader peer NSE Nifty rose 240.85 points or 1.45% to 16,871.30.

  • Shares of India's largest private-sector lender HDFC Bank rose nearly 3% to a two-week high on Monday after the central bank lifted restrictions placed on the company's digital operations for more than a year.

  • The exit of Jubilant FoodWorks CEO & MD Pratik Pota has brought earnings downgrades and an up to 39 per cent cut in price targets, sending the stock lower intraday by the most since March 2020.

  • Tata Power added close to 3 per cent in early trade Thursday as investors expressed optimism after the firm said that its Singapore-based JV Resurgent Power Ventures has won a bid to acquire the stressed asset of South East UP Power Transmission Company through its resolution process under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.

  • Domestic benchmark equity indices on Thursday surged for the third straight day as the BJP was leading in four out of five states, including Uttar Pradesh, in the recently-concluded elections. Market participants are also hoping for a positive outcome in Ukraine-Russia talks.

  • Domestic stocks on Wednesday shrugged off weak closing for most Asian markets and went on to gain for the second straight day, ahead of the results of UP state election scheduled for Thursday. Stocks gained as exit polls suggest the incumbent BJP is likely to win election in the key state.

  • Sensex sheds 100 points, Nifty below 15,850; Eicher Motors drops 3%, IGL gains 2%.

  • Despite announcing a fresh round of fund-raising plans, shares of beleaguered telecom operator Vodafone Idea fell sharply on Monday, with analysts recently expressing doubt if the capital infusion efforts would be enough to revive the firm.

  • Sensex plunges 1,400 points, Nifty below 15,900; Maruti, ICICI Bank drop 5% each; Brent hits highest level since 2008.

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  • Russian strikes at Europe's largest nuclear plant in Ukraine wiped Rs 5 lakh crore ($66 billion) off investor wealth on Friday, with the geopolitical tension eroding about Rs 15 lakh crore ($197 billion) in fortune ever since Russia on February 15 announced a partial withdrawal of its troops from Ukrainian border only to launch a full-scale invasion later on.

  • Investors' wealth tumbled by more than Rs 4 lakh crore in morning trade on Friday as markets suffered a steep decline. Continuing its decline for the second day, the BSE gauge plummeted 1,148.05 points or 2 per cent to 53,954.63.

  • Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange traded 33.5 points, or 0.20 per cent higher at 16,650.50, signaling that Dalal Street was headed for a positive start on Thursday. Here are a dozen stocks which may buzz the most in today's trade

  • In the Sensex pack, ICICI Bank declined 3.8 per cent to Rs 715.90. Asian Paints, HDFC Bank and HDFC dropped up to 3 per cent. Maruti Suzuki and Kotak Mahindra Bank fell over 2 per cent each.

  • Sensex drops over 650 points, Nifty50 below 16,600; ICICI Bank, Hero Moto shed 3% each; metal stocks defy weak trend.

  • Equity, currency and derivatives markets will be closed for trading on Tuesday, March 1, as the Street and the nation will observe Maha Shivratri.The market will resume trading on Wednesday, March 2, 2022.

  • The Nifty50 on Monday closed near day's high and formed a large bullish candle on the daily chart. The index opened lower but rebounded 437 points to close near the 16,800 level. The index now faces a 200-day moving average of around 16,900.

  • The 30-share pack Sensex climbed 388.76 points or 0.70 per cent to close at 56,247.28. Its broader peer NSE Nifty advanced 135.50 points or 0.81 per cent to 16,7933.90.

  • Sensex snaps 7-day losing streak, spikes 1,329 points; Nifty above 16,650; Burger King jumps 15%, Coal India 9%

  • Investors' wealth surged by more than Rs 7 lakh crore in the first hour of trading on Friday as the broader market clawed back some of its lost ground, a day after Russia's attack on Ukraine roiled investor sentiments. Starting off on a strong footing, the 30-share BSE Sensex soared over 1,240 points or around 2.29 per cent in early trade to touch 55,779.45 points.

  • The Russian invasion of Ukraine wreaked havoc on Dalat Street. Bulls were blasted off following the war cry from Vladimir Putin. The benchmark indices recorded their fourth-worst point-wise fall in history on Thursday.

  • Shares of Sanofi India shed close to 2 per cent in early trade Thursday as the drug maker’s October-December results disappointed investors, with the firm’s net profit registering a 27 per cent decline in the quarter under review.

  • The data from exchanges show that the deal has taken place as 6.97 crore shares exchanged hands on the National Stock Exchange, whereas more than 17.15 lakh shares were traded on BSE.

  • With Russian President Vladimir Putin announcing a special "military operation" in eastern Ukraine, equity indices opened in red on Thursday with the Sensex down by 1432.50 points and Nifty down by 410.70 points. 

  • Domestic equity markets settled lower for the sixth straight session as volatility weighed on sentiments and benchmark indices wiped out the morning gains in the last few minutes. IT and auto stocks dragged the markets most.

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  • The 30-share pack Sensex declined 68.62 points or 0.12 per cent to close at 57,232.06. Its broader peer NSE Nifty dropped 28.95 points or 0.17 per cent to 17,063.25.

  • CLOSING BELL: Sensex stages 906 pts recovery from low, still ends 383 pts lower; Nifty ends below 17,100; VIX surges 16%

  • As many as five top 100 companies have reported over 150 per cent surge in net profit for the December quarter, with Dr Reddy's Labs leading the chart with a 54 times jump (5,297 per cent) in bottom line on a year-on-year basis.

  • Benchmark indices broke below their 200-day moving averages amid the fifth day of fall on Dalal Street today, and in the process wiped nearly Rs 6 lakh crore off investor wealth.

  • Amid a broad market selloff caused by escalating geopolitical tensions in Ukraine, Krsnaa Diagnostics bucked the trend, gaining 4 per cent in early trade on Tuesday as the firm received an order from the Himachal Pradesh government for the provision of diagnostic and laboratory services in the state.

  • Domestic equity gauges Sensex and Nifty logged their fourth straight session of fall on Monday as participants remained cautious over lingering geopolitical tensions in eastern Europe.

  • The share price of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) fell around 2 per cent on Monday, which is the last day for retail investors to participate in the company's Rs 18,000 crore share buyback plan.

  • Selling continued for the fourth session on Monday, pushing benchmark indices further lower as the situation remained critical on the Ukraine-Russia border with increased shelling by separatists.

  • OPENING BELL: Benchmark indices on Friday opened on a weak note but avoided a selloff like one on Wall Street overnight, as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken accepted an invitation to meet with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov next week

  • Marred by hawkish tones from Federal Reserve and persistent critical situation at Ukraine-Russia border, benchmark indices drifted further lower on Thursday, extending losses to the second session.

  • CLOSING BELL: The domestic equity markets erased early gains to trade in the red on Thursday following a decline in US futures and rise in crude prices to back above $94 per barrel. 

  • State-owned Punjab & Sind Bank (PSB) on Thursday said its board has given approval to raise equity capital worth Rs 4,600 crore by issuing preference shares to the government. The decision was taken at the board meeting held on February 17, 2022, the bank said in a regulatory filing.

  • Indian shares edged higher on Thursday, in line with Asian peers as minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's last policy meeting soothed some fears of aggressive interest rate hikes. 

  • Market benchmarks closed in the red after a highly volatile session on Wednesday despite a positive trend in global equities amid signs of cooling of Russia-Ukraine tensions. The 30-share BSE Sensex swung nearly 800 points during the session before closing at 57,996.68 --