1. BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, currency markets closed today

BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, currency markets closed today

Stock markets will remain closed today on account of Diwali Balipratipada.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 12, 2015 8:55 AM
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Both the stock exchanges, Bombay stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE), will conduct a special Muhurat Trading session on account of Diwali on November 11. (PTI)

Stock markets remained closed today on account of Diwali Balipratipada. On Wednesday, the markets were closed for Diwali Laxmi pujan, except for a one-hour Muhurat trading.

The benchmark BSE Sensex rebounded 123.69 points to close at 25,866.95 in the first session of Samvat 2072 while Nifty ended 41.65 points higher at 7,825.00.

Both the stock exchanges, Bombay stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE), conducted a special Muhurat Trading session on account of Diwali on November 11. Trading was conducted between 5.45 pm and 6.45 pm on the day.

Debt and currency markets will also be closed today.

However, commodity markets will remain open as usual.

Domestic equity markets fell for the fifth consecutive session on Tuesday as Asian markets hit a one-month low on continued concerns about the state of the global economy and potential US interest rate hikes. Sensex closed 378.14 points down at 25,743.26 in the last day of Samvat 2071. Nifty closed 131.85 points down at 7783.35.

In the 50-share index, shares of Hero MotoCorp, Maruti Suzuki, Bajaj Auto, Bank of Baroda and Mahindra & Mahindra slid gained between 1.10 per cent and 2.20 per cent. On the other hand, Dr Reddy’s Labs, Cain India, Lupin, Ambuja Cement and Reliance Industries slid between 3.65 per cent and 5.70 per cent.

The NSE Nifty cracked below the 7,800-mark by falling 131.85 points or 1.67 per cent to close at 7,783.35.

(With PTI inputs)

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    Harry Potter
    Nov 14, 2015 at 11:28 am
    People who have invested in this stock have either lost or gained less than zero risk FD investment in 5-6 years, . Only exception are L&T top bres - LnT top-bres were on selling spree, Chairman Mr Naik sold his LnT shares worth 70 crores in 20 days - March 2014. Same is applicable to only other listed company of the group L&T Finance, not made any money for investors for last 6 years. No impacts on tenures of top bres nearly or above 70 yrs. To quote Mr Naik "there is no bloody owners at L&T". Adani group founded im 1983 is USD 15 bln in revenues. L&T USD $ 15bln in revenues, founded in 1938 by Danish engineers Mr Ln and Mr Toubro, true founders Mr Ln & Mr Toubro have ped away, their families have no ociation either with L&T. Now its personal fiefdom of engineer turned top bres joined L&T in 60s. State owned LIC/UTI are biggest stakeholders insutional investors with upto 17 and 10 % stake. PM Mr Modi should intervene to restore insutional integrity at L&T. Stake of 10% at L&T finance to Bain Capital means 1 board seat for Bain at L&T Finance board. Why there are no board seats for LIC and UTI at least 1 each at L&T Board? Even Avatar Purush like Chairman A M Naik seems to be failing to manage L&T - Mr Naik's views on succession - why Mr Naik is slogging at 73 – QUOTE- You find a man in the world who will kill himself four times a day, has worked for more than a hundred years-- There is no such person.-- None of us here (at senior level) are working for money -UNQUOTE. Please refer ToI article – Vibrant Gujarat summit Day 1: 25 private jets bring high-flyers. Excerpts –Cabinet ministers arrived via scheduled flights -- private jet of AM Naik left immediately after arriving –. LnT stock touched 18 month low of 1331 (Nov 14 2015) , from all-time and 4 months peak of 1879 (July 10 2015). Lost whopping 29 percent in last 4 months. Total consolidated debt 2014-15, 90.7 thousand crores. Would it hit 3 yr low of 722 ??
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