Share market weekly review: Despite a strengthening rupee and easing crude prices, Sensex and Nifty -- the benchmark indices of the domestic stock market -- traded on a volatile note and ended the last week with losses of ove
Samvat 2074 failed to cheer the investors as the Indian stock gave lower returns than the previous two Samvat years, gaining between 4-8%. Traders and investors are now bracing themselves for the new Hindu calendar year ‘Sa
Sensex and Nifty posted their second consecutive weekly loss, falling nearly 2.8% during the week to their lowest levels in over seven months. Both the benchmark domestic market indices have fallen over 8% in October, wiping
Snapping a five-week losing streak, Sensex and Nifty made a comeback -- gaining up to 1.5% -- despite bears ruling the domestic equity markets for three out of five trading sessions during the week amid huge volatility.
Sensex and Nifty remained under pressure for the fourth consecutive week this month, losing 1.67% and 1.91% respectively, amid a weak rupee, higher crude prices and persistent outflow of foreign funds.
Golden Needle, a tea variety from Arunachal Pradesh, has made a world record for being most expensive, with sale at a rate of Rs 40,000 per kilogram at the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) on Thursday.
Nilesh Shah stresses that the much-awaited general elections of 2019 are bound to infuse volatility in the stock markets. He tells investors not to fear and use any major correction to make huge benefits just like any “big
Despite a good rally in the headline indices, the bigger worry that hovers in the domestic equity market is the lagging broader markets. However, Siddharth Bothra believes that the stark polarisation between large caps and sm
The market is skewed at present, riding on the back of select large-caps. There is a potential risk that the headline indices may not sustain at those record levels unless there is a more broad-based participation, says Sumit
While analysts have reiterated that the rupee could further slide to the 70-mark against the US dollar if it breaches the crucial level of 69.30, we take a look at the key factors that led to rupee's decline today.
A recent PTI report quoted bank officials saying that the rupee will continue to remain under the pressure of continued strengthening of the US dollar, a lack of foreign investment inflows and rising oil prices concerns, and
SEBI's move to dematerialise all physical shares is aimed at improving transparency in the dealing of securities and also to avoid instances of huge frauds. However, the conversion process may not be a cakewalk for investors.
In an exclusive interview with FE Online, Anita Gandhi shares her outlook on the Indian stock markets, suggesting investors to go for value buying as valuations in the stock markets are still expensive.
The Indian rupee extended losses from the 19-month low and nosedived to an all-time low against US dollar at the foreign exchange market on Thursday breaking the psychological level of 69 apiece USD for the very first time in
Rupee at an all-time low vs US dollar: The Indian rupee on Thursday, 28 June 2018, collapsed to the all-time low value against the US dollar at the foreign exchange market and broke 69 per USD level for the first time in hi
Even as the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is looking to broaden its equity portfolio beyond the Nifty 50 and Sensex 30 stocks, top market voices say that the move to earn higher returns could come at a highe