Indian stock markets plummeted heavily on Friday with Sensex slumping 563 points and Nifty slipping below 10,400-level for the in 2018 as global sell-off extends following a landslide plunge in US stock markets on Thursday.
Indian stock markets are likely to open lower on Friday following the massive slump in US equities for the second time in the current week. Here are 10 things that you must know before going to trade in Indian equities.
Indian stock markets finally ended on a positive note on Thursday after seven days with Sensex scaling as many as 330 points to finish in green after seven days as an uptick in shares of Infosys, HDFC, Sun Pharma, SBI and Rel
Indian stock markets strengthened further on Thursday after yesterday's breather with Sensex jumping 482 points and Nifty flirting the 10,600-level as a rally in shares of HDFC twins, Infosys, RIL and TCS uplifted the benchma
Indian stock markets took a rest from the three-day long sell-off and ended lower on Wednesday with the S&P BSE Sensex losing 113 points to settle at 34,082.71 after the Reserve Bank of India kept the repo rates unchanged at
RBI Monetary Policy Highlights February 2018: The RBI in its sixth bi-monthly policy kept the repo rate unchanged under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) at 6%. Consequently, the reverse repo rate under the LAF remains
A market-wide recovery was seen in the Indian stock markets on Wednesday with Sensex rallying 470 points and Nifty topping 10,614 after a three-day massive plunge while SBI shares gained 2% ahead of RBI's repo rate decision d
The Indian rupee declined for the fourth straight day on Tuesday falling as much as 18 paise to a one-month low against the US dollar as Indian stock markets witness a heavy tumble with BSE Sensex plummeting 561 points.
Indian stock markets ended terribly low on Tuesday witnessing a heavy turmoil in the day with the S&P BSE Sensex plunging 561 points to end at a one-month low as shares of heavyweight companies such as Infosys, HDFC, TCS, ITC
Indian stock markets recovered most of its losses in the afternoon trades with S&P BSE Sensex recouping over 1,000 points from the day's low of 33,482.81 but volatility in the market remained higher with shares of Bharti Airt
The S&P BSE Sensex dropped as much as 1,274 points on Tuesday following the global sell-off led by a downturn in investors sentiments with shares of HDFC Bank, HDFC, RIL, ICICI Bank, Infosys, Axis Bank and Tata Motors leading
Indian stock markets today came under heavy pressure following the bloodshed on Wall Street. India's stock markets fell off a cliff on Tuesday as panicky in global markets triggered a sell-off at Dalal Street with Sensex cras
Indian stock markets are likely to open lower on Tuesday as global sell-off has intensified led by a bloodbath in US stock markets on Monday. We bring seven things that you must know before going to trade in Indian equities o
Indian stock markets finished lower for the fifth straight day on Monday with Sensex falling 310 points and Nifty ending at 10,666 as global sell-off in equity markets went on for the second consecutive day. Now the focus has
Three stocks from sectors such as textile, pharmaceutical and jewellery-maker rose up to 28% in the intraday trades on Monday while the headline indices Sensex and Nifty dropped over 1% each following the global sell-off and
Vakrangee shares have been locked in the lower circuit for the fourth straight day losing over 50% in the last six days despite the company's management denying rumours of price and volume manipulation.
Sensex has fallen about 1,400 points in the last two days since after a tax of 10% had been imposed on LTCG on equity over Rs 1 lakh. Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia has said Indian stock market had been falling because of gl
Indian stock market fell heavily on Monday following a massive sell-off with Sensex crumbling 546 points and Nifty tumbling 174 points to near its one-month low. Amid a large sell-off, a market-wide drop has been observed in
The Indian rupee weakened against the US dollar slipping 47 paise as the benchmark Sensex sank 947 points in two days after Finance Minister taxed the LTCG (Long-Term Capital Gain) on equities over Rs 1 lakh at 10% in Budget
Budget 2018: A heavy jolt has been observed in the Indian stock markets with over 2,400 companies trading in red as Sensex plummets 748 points after FM Jaitley tabled India Budget 2018 on Thursday in which he brought LTCG und
The Indian rupee had lost much of its radiance in last two days as the domestic currency had dived about 61 paise against the US dollar after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had tabled India Budget 2018.