Shares tank 10% intra-day
HDFC Bank hit a new high of Rs 1,608, while ICICI Bank touches fresh 52-week high of Rs 318 on NSE
Capital goods, IT stocks rally
The broader market snapped six-session losing streak to gain 0.9% and 1.5%, respectively
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Markets opened flat as investors await news from today’s OPEC meeting in Vienna.
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The dollar went on the back foot as a result, while US Treasury yields fell
The broader market snapped six-session losing streak to gain 0.6% and 1%, respectively
The stock was up 2% to Rs 2,612 in intra-day trade, extending its Wednesday's 1.5% gain on BSE.
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The RBI on Wednesday said foreign buyers will not be able to buy any more shares in Fortis Healthcare and Claris Lifesciences as the prescribed limit has been reached. The foreign institutional in...
Shares of GVK Power & Infrastructure fell as much as 9 per cent to Rs 5, their lowest since June 10, 2016. The company's March quarter loss widened, hurt by an 87 per cent jump in expenses. GV...
The benchmark BSE index Sensex Benchmark BSE Sensex surged 201.75 points in morning deals on Thursday on fresh buying by investors, tracking a firm trend in other Asian bourses. Short-covering of ...
The stock was up 10% at Rs 112, also its fresh 52-week high on BSE at 11:41 am;
Lupin fell 5% on poor Q4 and after reports that it received US FDA observations for Indore plant
The stock soared 90% to Rs 34 from its opening level at Rs 17.90 on the NSE
China stocks rose sharply on Thursday morning, as investors dump small-caps but swarmed into blue-chips, amid rising hopes that global index provider MSCI Inc will agree next month to add mainland sh
Moody’s decision to cut China’s credit rating could make it more costly for Chinese companies and banks to issue bonds.
Shares of Dish TV India Ltd breached their lower circuit to hit a low of Rs 81.30 on the BSE. At about 10.30 am, the stock was quoting at Rs 82.20, down Rs 9.65 or 10.51 per cent. DishTV report...
The stock slipped 11% to Rs 81.30 after reporting net loss of Rs 28 crore in Q4FY17.
Shares of Lupin fell as much as 7.7 per cent to its lowest since August 8, 2014. At about 10.20 am, the stock was down 5.75 per cent or Rs 70.65 at Rs 1,157 on the BSE. The pharma company poste...
Strengthening for the second day today, the rupee climbed 25 paise to 64.48 against the dollar on increased selling of the American currency by exporters and banks amid higher opening in the domestic
Benchmark BSE Sensex rebounded about 123 points in early trade today on fresh buying by investors, tracking a firm trend in other Asian bourses. Short-covering of bets, today being the last sessio...
Gold held steady on Thursday to keep most of its gains from the previous session, with the dollar slipping after minutes of the US Federal Reserve's last policy meeting downplayed the chance of more
Asian shares scaled two-year highs on Thursday while the dollar and U.S. bond yields slipped after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled a cautious approach to future rate hikes and the reduction of its
It past two months, the stock underperformed the market by falling 24% against 3% rise in Sensex.
Wall Street rose, while the U.S. dollar and bond yields fell on Wednesday after Federal Reserve meeting minutes signaled a gradual approach to interest rate hikes, and oil prices dipped on a draw of
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Larsen Toubro and ICICI Bank gained the most on both indices, while Lupin, Dr Reddyâ??s Laboratories lost the most.
Pharma stocks continued to bleed, with Lupin and Dr Reddyâ??s Laboratories losing the most, while LT, GAIL and ICICI Bank gained the most.
Tata Motors DVR, GAIL and LT continued to gain on both indices, while Lupin, Cipla, and Sun Pharma were the top losers.
GAIL, BHEL and Indiabulls Housing Finance were the top gainers on both indices, while Lupin and Sun Pharma lost the most.