In a highly volatile trade, the BSE benchmark Sensex today fell by 160 points on profit-booking in interest-sensitive banking, auto and realty stocks as RBI adopted a "hawkish" stance in
The BSE Sensex rose on Thursday to mark its highest close since February, as interest rate-sensitive stocks gained on expectations the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will cut interest rates
The BSE benchmark Sensex today surged 387 points its biggest gain in seven months to end at 18 744. 93 led by banking auto power and
Investors can expect an annualised return of over 15 per cent from the stock market in the long term from the current valuations -- earning them a premium of 7-7.
Snapping a five-day losing trend, the BSE benchmark Sensex today recovered by 188 points led by buying in blue-chips such as HDFC, Infosys and TCS, amid a firming global trend.
The BSE Sensex is expected to fall further towards 18,000 levels, according to technical indicators, says AK Prabhakar, senior vice president at brokerage AnandRathi.
The Sensex is currently trading at
Ending a four-day upsurge, the BSE benchmark Sensex today fell 239 points on profit-booking by funds in heavy-weights led by auto and telecom sectors amid concern over lower fourth quarter
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