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India markets weekahead: all eyes on RBI

The Nifty gained 0.6 per cent during the week to end at 8,831, in line with strength in global indexes after risk appetite improved on the Fed’s policy decision.

PE investment falls for 3rd month, Aug deal tally at $1b

Private equity investments in the country in August -- at $1,090 million -- declined for the third month in a row both in terms of volume and value, down 37 per cent from last year.

FPIs get direct access to corp bond market

The board of capital market regulator Sebi on Friday approved a slew of proposals, including allowing foreign investors to directly trade in the corporate debt market. It also relaxed

Sensex down 105 pts as banks weigh

A day after Fed-fuelled rally, stocks slipped back into the red on Friday with the Sensex falling 105 points to 28,668.22, dragged down by investors booking profit in recent

UPL will invest $400m in Brazil to grow LatAm biz

Leading pesticide manufacturer UPL will invest $400 million (Rs 2,681 crore) in Brazil to build a new facility as well as in pulses research activities. The company is also divesting its entire stake in a joint venture in Bangladesh. The aim is to consolidate its overseas business.

Setback to StanChart as court orders full disclosure

Standard Chartered Bank has been ordered to make full disclosure of all documents and electronic files to a group of foreign hedge funds, which claim they have been cheated in

Imports to keep revenue growth of tyre firms lower

Despite a 7 per cent growth in volumes, revenue growth of tyre firms will remain lower in financial year 2017 due to increasing imports and pricing pressure, finds India Ratings and Research.

Sensex paces up 266 pts as Fed holds fire

Market benchmark Sensex rebounded by 266 points on Thursday to close at over two-week high of 28 773. 13 and the NSE Nifty went past the 8 800-mark tracking

Sebi may allow FPIs to directly trade in capital mkts

With an aim to make it easier for overseas investors, regulator Sebi is considering allowing some categories of foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to directly trade in Indian markets, starting with debt segment.

FTIL falls 3.18% after Shah's arrest

Financial Technologies (FTIL) which paid handsome dividend quarter after quarter till September last year fell 3. 18 per cent on Wednesday after its promoter Jignesh Shah’s arrest on

Smart Chips
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    The counter witnessed build-up of fresh positions in cash market as well as derivative segment.

Lazy Chips
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    The counter continued to see selling of positions in cash market as well as derivative segment.


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