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Mkts end settlement day lower; oil & gas, FMCG, au ... 24.3.2028 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Mkts volatile; cap goods, metals up, pvt banks dip ... 17.3.2028 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Markets continue to slide, Sensex slips 190 points in early trading 18.2.2019 Sify Finance
Equity benchmark indices opened with a flat note on Monday but slipped into the negative zone minutes after trading kickstarted amid many gloomy corporate results for third
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RBI may impose penalty on Yes Bank for info disclosure leading to stock soaring 17.2.2019 The Assam Tribune
RBI may impose penalty on Yes Bank for info disclosure leading to stock soaring
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Yes Bank soars 30% after RBI report 15.2.2019 Sify Finance
The Yes Bank stock rose sharply 30.73 per cent to close at Rs 221 apiece on Thursday, a day after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) found no inconsistency, or "divergence", in the bank's disclosures on its non-performing assets (NPAs).
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Sensex settles 158 down at 35,876, Nifty below 10,800 mark 14.2.2019 Sify Finance
Benchmark indices continued their downtrend on Thursday with energy stocks taking a beating after crude oil prices started rising in global markets.
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Equity indices slip further tracking cues from Asian markets 14.2.2019 Sify Finance
[India], Feb 14 (ANI): Benchmark indices fell in early trading on Wednesday after tracking trends in Asian markets.
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An in-line budget to aid up-move 1.2.2019 Financial Chronicle
The Sensex surged 665.44 points or 1.87 per cent to settle at 36,256.69, while the Nifty 50 advanced 179.15 points or 1.68 per cent to settle at 10,830 on the day of F&O settlement for the January series. However, the broader market underperfo­r­m­ed with the BSE Mid-Cap and BSE Small-Cap indices rising 0.42 per cent and 0.80 per cent, respectively. Among the sectoral indices on the BSE, IT (up 2.13 per cent) and Energy (up 2.1 per ce­nt) outperformed the Sensex. Infosys (up 3.41 per cent), Reliance Indust­r­i­es (2.70 per cent), HD­FC (2.03 per cent) and HDFC Bank (2.39 per cent), Axis Bank (4.64 per cent), Tata Mo­tors (3.99 per cent), Kotak Mahindra Bank (2.60 per cent), Bajaj Au­to (2.18 per cent) and SBI (2.03 per cent), were the major Sensex gainers. Yes Bank (-2.56 per cent), HCL Technologi­es (-1.17 per cent) and Bajaj Finance (-1 per cent) were the major Sensex losers. Technical view Sameet Chavan, chief an­alyst-technical & der­i­vatives, Angel Broking, said: “It was certainly an astounding day ...
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Positive signals for bulls 31.1.2019 Financial Chronicle
The market ended flat with the Sensex closing 1.25 points lower at 35,591.25, while the Nifty-50 fell 0.40 points to settle at 10,651.80. The broader market outperformed the frontline indices with the BSE Mid-Cap and Small-Cap indices ending in positive territory. Tata Steel (up 5.14 per cent), Bajaj Finance (3.36 per cent), Axis Bank (4.56 per cent,) ICICI Bank (5.29 per cent), Coal India ( 1.21 per cent), SBI (2.40 per cent), L&T (1.35 per cent) and M&M (1.15 per cent), were the major Sensex gainers. Kotak Mahindra Bank (down 2.35 per cent), HDFC (-1.74 per cent), ITC (-1.35 per cent), RIL (-1.33 per cent) and HDFC Bank (-1.24 per cent), Yes Bank (-1.58 per cent) and Bajaj Auto (-2.65 per cent) were the major Sensex losers. Among the sectoral indices on the BSE, Metal (up 1.89 per  cent), Bankex (1.36 per cent) and Capital Goods (up 1.18 per cent), outperformed the Sensex. Technical view Jay Thakkar, head-technical & derivatives research & AVP-equity research, Anand Rathi Shares & Stock Brokers, said: ...
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Markets open in green territory with Sensex up 108 points 30.1.2019 Sify Finance
Indian shares opened mildly in the green on Wednesday with the S&P BSE Sensex up 108 points at 35,701 at 10:00 am.
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Last hour up-move gives hope 30.1.2019 Financial Chronicle
The market ended with marginal loses after a highly volatile trading session. The Sensex shed 64.20 points, or 0.18 per cent to settle at 35,592.50, while the Nifty 50 fell 9.35 points or 0.09 per cent to settle at 10,652. Yes Bank (down 2.43 per cent), Larsen & Toubro (-1.73 per cent), Reliance Industries (-1.52 per cent), HDFC Bank (-1.22 per cent) and Power Grid (-0.96 per cent), were the major Sensex losers. Sun Pharma (up 2.61 per cent), TCS (1.6 per cent), Asian Paints (1.51 per cent), ITC (1.42 per cent), IndusInd Bank (1.23 per cent), Hero MotoCorp (1.16 per cent), Bharti Airtel (1.02 per cent) and ICICI Bank (up 1 per cent), were the major Sensex gainers. Among the sectoral indices on the BSE, Capital Goods was down 1.01 per cent and Oil & Gas, 0.92 per cent. Techncial view Sameet Chavan, chief analyst-technical & derivatives, Angel Broking, said: “Post the mid-session, selling aggravated to eventually push the Nifty below 10,600. Fortunately, an emergence of strong demand at lower levels during ...
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Market watch: Sensex ends 369 points lower, NSE Nifty drops 119 points ahead of Union Budget 28.1.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
The decline was attributed to heavy selling pressure in the banking, auto and consumer durables sector.
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Market Watch: Market movement in the time of heavy news-flow 27.1.2019 Sify Finance
They say a week is a long time and this was truly so this time around.
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Spare them not 26.1.2019 Financial Chronicle
Sebi should probe the role of promoters, debt MF and raters in structured deals The financial market has this uncanny ability to spring negative surprises. No amount of bitter experiences of the past could stop players in the market from slipping into the dirty pit again. The recent episode of investments made by mutual funds into dubious instruments structured by promoter group companies of Yes Bank and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries shows that the industry has not learned the lessons from past mistakes. Fund managers who have the fiduciary responsibility of managing investors’ money with prudence have invested in instruments that were structured with the intent to circumvent regulatory guidelines. This practice, in effect, amounts to loan against shares and not securitised loan obligation as they may term it and the intent is to circumvent RBI/Sebi disclosure guidelines on pledging of promoter shares. Regulators are examining whether MFs actions are in violation of Sebi guidelines in as much as they ...
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Seasoned banker and cricket aficionado Ravneet Singh Gill to replace Yes Bank's Rana Kapoor as MD 25.1.2019 Sify Finance
Having spent more than three decades in the banking sector, Deutsche Bank India CEO Ravneet Singh Gill is now set to be the next MD and CEO of Yes Bank from March 1.
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Deutsche India's Ravneet Gill is new Yes Bank CEO 24.1.2019 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Gill, who studied at Modern School and Hindu College in Delhi, joined Deutsche Bank in 1991 and became its India CEO in 2012.
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Ravneet Singh Gill to be Yes Bank MD, CEO 24.1.2019 Sify Finance
Deutsche Bank India CEO Ravneet Singh Gill has been named the new MD and CEO of Yes Bank with effect from March 1.
Yes Bank ends 8% up on appointment of new MD, CEO 24.1.2019 Sify Finance
Shares of private lender Yes Bank settled 8 per cent higher on Thursday after the company announced Ravneet Singh Gill as its next Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), succeeding Rana Kapoor.
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Markets snap five-session winning spree on profit-booking, weak global cues 22.1.2019 Zee News : Business
Investors turned cautious and preferred to log profits in recent gainers, dragging down key indices.
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Earnings, global cues to dictate market trend: Experts 21.1.2019 Financial Chronicle
New Delhi The ongoing corporate results season, movement of the rupee and global cues will set the tone for the domestic equity markets this week, experts said.   "The market will closely watch supervision and management commentary of the companies coming out with their earnings," said Mustafa Nadeem, CEO, Epic Research. Indices may also react to results posted over the weekend. Wipro announced its results after market hours Friday, while HDFC Bank Saturday reported a 20.3 per cent growth in net profit to Rs 5,585.9crore for the December quarter. Kotak Mahindra Bank, InterGlobe Aviation, Bank of Maharashtra, Yes Bank and Maruti Suzuki India are among the major companies set to announce their results this week. "In terms of Q3 results, most IT companies have beaten the estimates in terms of topline growth. Also, the commentary from IT companies management has been positive, so the momentum in topline growth is likely to continue albeit, at the cost of margins. "Other Nifty companies that reported results ...
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