After a bloodbath on Thursday the BSE Sensex managed to end 34 points higher at 22 986. 12 on Friday but recorded its biggest weekly fall in more
In a bloody carnage on Dalal Street, market benchmark Sensex plunged by 807.07 points on Thursday, its biggest fall in six months, to settle below 23,000-level after 21 months as fears of a global slowdown and disappointing quarterly numbers combined to batter investor sentiment.
Falling for a third straight session, the benchmark BSE Sensex on Wednesday slipped by 262 points to close at a 21-month low of 23,758.90 as banks and realty sectors
Market benchmark Sensex slumped for a second straight day on Tuesday as it fell by 266. 44 points to 24 020
Equities snapped a two-day rally as the market benchmark Sensex plunged by 330 points to 24 287. 42 ahead of the release of GDP numbers for the third quarter as
Macroeconomic data, including GDP, IIP and consumer inflation, will dictate market movement this week, say experts, while blue-chips SBI and ONGC are also lined up to release their third quarter
Global sell-off amid crude volatility pulled down the domestic market with benchmark Sensex losing 253. 72 points to close 24 616
Market benchmark Sensex jumped by 279 points on Friday, in line with advances in global equities, but logged a fourth weekly loss in five as investor sentiment remained guided by
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