In a highly volatile trade, market benchmark Sensex today dropped over 109 points and the Nifty slipped below the 8,000-mark due to selling by funds and retail investors ahead of
In a disappointing start to the much-touted CSR regime, a vast majority of the country's top blue-chip companies have failed to spend the minimum 2% of profits on social responsibility
The benchmark BSE Sensex rallied over 350 points to 26 582. 13 in early trade today on continued buying by investors as the September series in the derivatives segment began
The benchmark BSE Sensex recovered over 455 points to cross 26,000 level in early trade while NSE Nifty crossed the 7,900 mark on short covering by participants on expiry of derivatives contracts and strong global cues.
After taking a day's breather, the benchmark BSE Sensex fell into correction on Wednesday as it tumbled by 317.72 points to 25,714.66 -- its fourth fall in last five sessions.
Equities across the globe came under intense selling pressure on Friday and the Indian market was no exception as the benchmark BSE Sensex plunged 242 points to 27,366.07, its lowest closing in over two months.
Snapping two-day losing streak the benchmark BSE Sensex on Wednesday rebounded by 100 points to 27,931.
Market on Monday reversed some gains of the past two sessions as the benchmark BSE Sensex cracked below the 28,000-level by dropping 189 points on slump in country's exports and continued depreciation in rupee.
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