The Indian share markets reacting to economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is not new; there have been five other major events in the past two decades which made Sensex plunge up to 15 per cent, but resurge to as much a
The domestic stock markets will remain closed on Thursday on account of Ambedkar Jayanti. The Sensex stayed in the positive zone throughout the session on Friday and ended higher by 481.16 points at 25,626.75.
Budget 2016: All eyes will be on the biggest economic event of the year -- Union Budget 2016-17 -- on Monday, which will set the stage for the movement of domestic equity market in days to come, say experts.
The stock markets have remained under pressure ever since the beginning of this year. Sensex has fallen over 10 per cent from January 1 till Feb 17 and it has corrected by 20 per cent over the past one year.