Since the beginning of 2016, the BSE Sensex fell 6.37 per cent, or 1,662.50 points to 24,455.04 till January 15. The 50-share index, Nifty plunged 6.39 per cent, or 508.55 points, to 7,437.80 during the same period.
Since the beginning of the new calendar year 2016, the BSE Sensex fell 6.37 per cent, or 1,662.50 points to 24,455.04 till January 15. The 50-share index, Nifty plunged 6.39 per cent, or 508.55 points, to 7,437.80 during the
The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty fell on Monday on account of selling in front line blue chip counters coupled with concerns about the global economy which are mounting after crude fell to its lowest since 2003
Major companies slated to announce their December-quarter results this week include Kotak Mahindra Bank, Wipro, Reliance Industries, Axis Bank, HCL Technologies, UltraTech Cement, Idea Cellular, Cairn India and ITC.
Passage of the long-pending GST bill, lower interest rates and a bounce-back in the foreign portfolio investments, as also a stable rupee and good monsoons, figure high on the New Year wishlist of Dalal Street to help it rega
Trading in the stock market this week would be influenced by inflation data and outcome of the key US Federal Reserve rate decision, with stocks likely to witness volatility in the near term, say experts.
Since its debut the Nifty CPSE (Central Public Sector Enterprises Exchange) index has fared better than the equity benchmarks; however, the exchange traded fund based on the index has seen waning trading interest.
After three consecutive weeks of downfall and a loss of nearly 7 per cent in this period, the domestic benchmark indices witnessed some buying at lower levels that helped BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty clock a gain of over 1 per ce