- Jul25By PTI
Investments into India’s capital markets through participatory notes (P-Notes) slumped to the lowest level in nearly two years to Rs 2.10 lakh crore at the end of June, on account of a tight vigil on funds coming through this route.
The regulatory scanner in recent months has kept algorithmic (algo) trading under check, as indicated from the flat growth in its share of turnover on the National Stock Exchange.
Market participants are betting big on the long-in-the-making goods and services tax (GST). Media reports that the GST bill has been listed in the Rajya Sabha for discussions next
The first quarter earnings season has got off on a promising note with most largecaps living up to Street expectations. So far the season has thrown more
The finance ministry has directed all profit making PSUs to use their surplus cash to buy back shares and pay handsome dividend, besides considering issuing bonus shares or going for stock split.
Overseas investors have infused more than $2 billion into the Indian capital markets so far this month on rising hopes of passage of the GST Bill in the Rajya Sabha and expectations of better corporate earnings.
After a good start of monsoon rains consolidation of the gains continued during the week. The Sensex surpassed 28 000-level but settled the week below this crucial mark
Extending its consolidation phase, the BSE Sensex on Friday recovered marginally by 93 points on selective buying by retail investors and sustained foreign inflows even as Asia ended weak, tracking
- Jul21By PTI
Market posted its worst single-day fall in nearly one month as the benchmark BSE Sensex plunged by 205 points to 27,710.52 after earnings of HDFC Bank and Kotak Mahindra
- Jul20By PTI
Market advanced for a second day as the BSE Sensex gained 128. 27 points to 27 915
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