The market ended flat with the Sensex closing 1.25 points lower at 35,591.25, while the Nifty-50 fell 0.40 points to settle at 10,651.80.
In a bid to allay market fears, the Subhash Chandra-led Essel Group late on Sunday said it has "arrived at an understanding" with its lenders to ensure that it is not declared a defaulter in the ev
Domestic mutual funds and rating agencies are likely to come under the Sebi lens for indulging in fraudulent transactions of securitisation of debt papers issued by promoter holding companies like
Indian market has been moving in a very narrow range with heightened volatility over the past few weeks.
The market ended flat after a volatile trading session.
The domestic market ended with strong gains with the Sensex closing 231 points higher at 36,212. The Nifty ended 53 points higher at 10,855.
The Sensex ended 130.77 points higher at 35,980.93 while the Nifty gained 30.40 points at 10,802.20. The market was rangebound as investors turned cautious ahead of corporate earnings season.
Investors can brace for a sharp bumpy ride ahead in 2019 as the equity market faces strong global and domestic headwinds.
The Nifty-50 broke its five-day gaining streak on Wednesday on global weakness hitting the domestic market.
The Sensex end with moderate loses as the index closed 8.39 points or 0.02 per cent lower at 36,068.33.