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Sensex surges by 544.99 pts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The BSE Sensex on Monday spurted by 544.99 points to 37,246.15 till noon following the rollback of an additional levy on foreign funds and measures announced by the government to boost economic growth, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said. She further announced an immediate infusion of Rs 70,000 crore to boost capital of banks, and lifting of curbs on government departments to buy new vehicles.The NIfty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too gained by 179.25 points to 11,008.60. The sectoral indices like FMCG, Finance, Realty and Bankex lifted the market. In scrips, Yes Bank, HDFC, L & T and Bajaj Finance rallied.  The Sensex registered day high at 36,363.95, intra day high and low at 36,492.65 points respectively. The Nifty recorded day high and low at 11,011.85 and 10,756.55 points respectively. In the broader market, the S&P BSE MidCap index was ruling 109 points, or 0.8 per cent, higher at 13,311, and the S&P BSE SmallCap index gained 114 points, or 0.9 per cent, to hover around 12,300 ...
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Sensex improves by 81 points 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The BSE Sensex on Friday rose by 81 points to 36,553.93 in opening trade as fresh buying was witnessed in Materials, Energy, Consumer Durable, Telecom and Auto stocks. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too surged by 29.50 points to 10,771.25. The Sensex registered day high and low at 36,624.74  and 36,102.35 points respectively. The Nifty recorded day high and low at 10,975.40 and 10,637.15 points respectively. The sectoral indices like Materials, Industrials, Utilities and Realty pushed the market up today.  The gainers were Yes Bank by 6.22 pc to Rs 59.80, VEDL by 3.84 pc to Rs 134, Tata Steel by 3.01 pc to Rs 343.40 and M & M by 2.27 pc to Rs 523.80. The losers were HDFC Bank by 1.09 pc to Rs 2150, Maruti Suzuki by 1.07 pc to Rs 6140.80, ICICI Bank by 0.68 pc to Rs 396.45 and Kotak Bank by 0.64 pc to Rs 1467.85.
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Sensex falls by 36.76 points 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The BSE Sensex on Wednesday fell by 36.76 points to 37,294.25 as selling was seen in Materials, Energy, FMCG, Industrials and Telecom. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) to eased by 26.50 points to 10,990.50. The Sensex registered day high and low at 37,406.55 and 37,237.47 points respectively. The Nifty recorded day high and low at 11,034.20 and 10,982.20 points respectively. The losers were Tata Motors DVR by 5.57 pc to Rs 54.25, Tata Motors by 5.01 pc to Rs 117.60, Yes Bank by 3.44 pc to Rs 68.80 and Tata Steel by 2.11 pc to Rs 350.75. The gainers were HeroMoto Corp by 1.01 pc to Rs 2696.20, Infosys by 0.64 pc to Rs 797.95, HDFC Bank by 0.63 pc to Rs 2236.05 and Hind Unilever by 0.55 pc to Rs 1851.15.
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Sensex up by 128 pts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The BSE Sensex on Thursday recovered by 128 points to open at 36,808.01 on fresh buying in Materials, FMCG, Health Care, Technology, Auto and Bankex stocks.  The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too improved by 28.20 points to 10,883.70. The Sensex registered day high and low at 36,903.81 and 36,655.41 points respectively. The Nifty recorded day high and low at 10,915.70 and 10,842.95 points respectively. The sectoral indices like Materials, Finance, Industrials, Utilities and Bankex pushed the market up today. The gainers HCL Technologies by 4.01 per cent to Rs 1063.25, Tata Motors DVR by 2.64 per cent to Rs 56.45, Bharti Airtel by 2.01 per cent to Rs 373.10 and Yes Bank by 1.84 per cent to Rs 88.45. The losers were Tata Steel by 3.73 per cent to Rs 367.55, IndusInd Bank By 3.13 per cent to Rs 1382, Axis Bank by 1.48 per cent to Rs 650.25 And HDFC by 0.88 per cent to Rs 2158.05.
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Sensex dips by 280.90 pts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The BSE Sensex tumbled down by 280.90 points to 38,056.11 in early trade on Monday, amid heavy foreign fund outflow amid negative global cues. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too dropped by 80.20 points to 11,339.05. During the intra day the sensex had crashed by 411 points to 37,926.54 intra day low, at the moment it was slightly recovered and trading at 38,056.11, sliding by 280.90 points from days low figure. The sectoral indices like materials, FMCG, Finance, Bankex, Capital Goods and Realty dragged the market. The losers were HDFC by 4.57 per cent to Rs 2198.70, Bajaj Finance by 4.11 per cent to Rs 3185.50, HDFC Bank by 3.35 per cent to Rs 2290.40 and Kotak Bank by three per cent to Rs 1454.75. The gainers were Yes Bank by 7.39 per cent to Rs 89.40, VEDL by 3.69 per cent to Rs 167, Sun Pharma by 3.42 per cent to Rs 435.95.
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Sensex surges by 469 87 pts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The BSE sensex on Monday spurted by 469.87 points to breach 33K level to 33,066.41 on positive Asian Market on reports of easing trade war fears between US and China. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too rose by 132.60 points at 10,130.65.The sensex fell by 60 points to open at 32,536.44. It slipped by 81 points to 32,515.17 a days low. After noon trade, it jumped by nearly 519 poitns to 33,115.41 day high and closed at 33,066.41 up by 469.87 points from its last close. The Nifty recorded day's high and low at 10,143.50 and 9,958.55 points respectively.Mid cap rose by 119 pc and Small-cap gained by 0.73 pc. In sectoral indices, Finance, Telecom, Bankex, Realty and Auto pushed the market up while selling in Oil and Gas and IT capped from further gain, broker informed. In scrips, Yes Bank, SBIN, HDFC Bank, Tata Steel and HDFC advanced while Wipro, Infosys and Tata Motors DVR declined that capped from further gain. The breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, was ...
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Sensex slump by 370 pts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) on Friday crashed by 370 points to 32,636.00 following a global selloff after US President Donald Trump imposed USD 60 billion tariffs on Chinese imports. Nifty of National Stocks Exchange (NSE) declined by 11.95 points to 9,996.80.The sensex registered intra day high and low at 32,690.15 and 32,534.83 respectively.The Nifty recorded intra day high and low at 10,012.85 and9,961.30 respectively. The sectoral such as Materials, Energy, FMCG, IT , Bankex andFinance stocks kept the market low. The scrips like Yes Bank, Tata Steel, Bajaj Auto and ICICI Bankdropped the equity market.The losers were Yes Bank by 3.47 pc to Rs 287.90, Tata Steel by3.07 pc to Rs 562.75, Bajaj Auto by 2.80 pc to Rs 2762.50 and AxisBank by 2.76 pc to Rs 504.The gainers were Infosys by 1.17 pc to Rs 1172.40 , M & M by 0.75pc to Rs 735.30 and Coal India by 0.15 pc to Rs ...
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Sensex crashed by 1275 pts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) slumped by 1275 points to 33,482 point 81 in early trade on Tuesday as heavy selling was witnesssed across-the-board after investor sentiment was hit by a sell-off in world markets.Budget effect was seen for the sixth straight session today. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too fell by 314.45 points to 10,355.10. The sensex registered intra day high and low at 34,941.34 and 34,482.81 respectively. The Nifty recorded intra day high and low at 10,423.70 and 10,276.30 respectively. All sectoral indices led by realty, consumer durables, metal and banking tradings in the negative zone. Seeing the scrips, Tata Motors, Axis Bank, Yes Bank and ICICI Bank too dragged the market.The losers were Tata Motors by 5.73 pc to Rs 373.35, Tata Motors DVR by 5.16 pc to Rs 207.50, Axis Bank by 4.52 pc to Rs 540.50, Yes Bank by 4.24 pc to Rs 329.50 and ICICI Bank by 3.90 pc to Rs ...
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Sensex down 279.35 pts 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Thursday slipped by 279.35 points to 37,172.49 in early trade on heavy selling in banking stocks ahead August month derivatives expiry amid weak cues from other Asian markets. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too eased by 77.25 points to 10,958.85. The sectoral indices like materials, consumer durable, energy, FMCG, finance, realty and bankex pushed the market down.  The losers were Yes Bank by 6.55 pc to Rs 55.60, ICICI Bank by 1.91 pc to Rs 405.15, HDFC by 1.88 pc to Rs 2146.20, Tata Steel by 1.59 pc to Rs 331.50 and Tata Motors DVR by 1.40 pc to Rs 52.85. The gainers were Sun Pharma by 2.90 pc to Rs 424.70, VEDL by 1.70 pc to Rs 134.45,ONGC by 0.62 pc to Rs 121.90 and Hindustan Unilever by 0.34 pc to Rs 1833.90.
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Global Economy 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India Mr Shashikanta Dass has warned the Global Economy was moving in uncertain direction. The solution to its problem was being difficult. In the new unstable phase in the global trade and politics the atmosphere has become tense. In the coming year the economic and financial world institutions like the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the World Bank would be on testing ground. In may nation the level of foreign debt very high. If financial and economic crisis come such nation are bound to face bankruptcy like situation as few years back Greece was an the verge of financial collapse. It could repay the loan taken from IMF and World Bank. The European Union nations formed consortium to salvage the Greece from economic disaster. The IMF and world gave more time to Greece to repay the loans by extending the time limit and rewriting the loans. Presently the Pakistan is in grave financial mess on assuming the office of Prime Minister Mr Imran Khan in his first ...
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Why Yes Bank audit committee chief quit 15.1.2020 Rediff: Business
Uttam Prakash Agarwal alleged that Citax and Braich offers were incomplete and did not include firm commitment as to the price, size, timings, confirmation from the banks about availability of the funds.
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Should you sell or hold Yes Bank, Infosys shares? 15.1.2020 Rediff: GetAhead
Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers readers' queries on stocks they own or want to buy. Here are his replies to some of the 'buy, sell, hold, avoid or exit?' e-mails that we have received.
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Sensex up by 128 pts 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The BSE Sensex on Thursday recovered by 128 points to open at 36,808.01 on fresh buying in Materials, FMCG, Health Care, Technology, Auto and Bankex stocks.  The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too improved by 28.20 points to 10,883.70. The Sensex registered day high and low at 36,903.81 and 36,655.41 points respectively. The Nifty recorded day high and low at 10,915.70 and 10,842.95 points respectively. The sectoral indices like Materials, Finance, Industrials, Utilities and Bankex pushed the market up today. The gainers HCL Technologies by 4.01 per cent to Rs 1063.25, Tata Motors DVR by 2.64 per cent to Rs 56.45, Bharti Airtel by 2.01 per cent to Rs 373.10 and Yes Bank by 1.84 per cent to Rs 88.45. The losers were Tata Steel by 3.73 per cent to Rs 367.55, IndusInd Bank By 3.13 per cent to Rs 1382, Axis Bank by 1.48 per cent to Rs 650.25 And HDFC by 0.88 per cent to Rs 2158.05.
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Global Economy 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India Mr Shashikanta Dass has warned the Global Economy was moving in uncertain direction. The solution to its problem was being difficult. In the new unstable phase in the global trade and politics the atmosphere has become tense. In the coming year the economic and financial world institutions like the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the World Bank would be on testing ground. In may nation the level of foreign debt very high. If financial and economic crisis come such nation are bound to face bankruptcy like situation as few years back Greece was an the verge of financial collapse. It could repay the loan taken from IMF and World Bank. The European Union nations formed consortium to salvage the Greece from economic disaster. The IMF and world gave more time to Greece to repay the loans by extending the time limit and rewriting the loans. Presently the Pakistan is in grave financial mess on assuming the office of Prime Minister Mr Imran Khan in his first ...
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Sensex dips by 280.90 pts 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai,  The BSE Sensex tumbled down by 280.90 points to 38,056.11 in early trade on Monday, amid heavy foreign fund outflow amid negative global cues. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too dropped by 80.20 points to 11,339.05. During the intra day the sensex had crashed by 411 points to 37,926.54 intra day low, at the moment it was slightly recovered and trading at 38,056.11, sliding by 280.90 points from days low figure. The sectoral indices like materials, FMCG, Finance, Bankex, Capital Goods and Realty dragged the market. The losers were HDFC by 4.57 per cent to Rs 2198.70, Bajaj Finance by 4.11 per cent to Rs 3185.50, HDFC Bank by 3.35 per cent to Rs 2290.40 and Kotak Bank by three per cent to Rs 1454.75. The gainers were Yes Bank by 7.39 per cent to Rs 89.40, VEDL by 3.69 per cent to Rs 167, Sun Pharma by 3.42 per cent to Rs 435.95.
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Sensex surges by 469 87 pts 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The BSE sensex on Monday spurted by 469.87 points to breach 33K level to 33,066.41 on positive Asian Market on reports of easing trade war fears between US and China. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too rose by 132.60 points at 10,130.65.The sensex fell by 60 points to open at 32,536.44. It slipped by 81 points to 32,515.17 a days low. After noon trade, it jumped by nearly 519 poitns to 33,115.41 day high and closed at 33,066.41 up by 469.87 points from its last close. The Nifty recorded day's high and low at 10,143.50 and 9,958.55 points respectively.Mid cap rose by 119 pc and Small-cap gained by 0.73 pc. In sectoral indices, Finance, Telecom, Bankex, Realty and Auto pushed the market up while selling in Oil and Gas and IT capped from further gain, broker informed. In scrips, Yes Bank, SBIN, HDFC Bank, Tata Steel and HDFC advanced while Wipro, Infosys and Tata Motors DVR declined that capped from further gain. The breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, was ...
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Sensex slump by 370 pts 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) on Friday crashed by 370 points to 32,636.00 following a global selloff after US President Donald Trump imposed USD 60 billion tariffs on Chinese imports. Nifty of National Stocks Exchange (NSE) declined by 11.95 points to 9,996.80.The sensex registered intra day high and low at 32,690.15 and 32,534.83 respectively.The Nifty recorded intra day high and low at 10,012.85 and9,961.30 respectively. The sectoral such as Materials, Energy, FMCG, IT , Bankex andFinance stocks kept the market low. The scrips like Yes Bank, Tata Steel, Bajaj Auto and ICICI Bankdropped the equity market.The losers were Yes Bank by 3.47 pc to Rs 287.90, Tata Steel by3.07 pc to Rs 562.75, Bajaj Auto by 2.80 pc to Rs 2762.50 and AxisBank by 2.76 pc to Rs 504.The gainers were Infosys by 1.17 pc to Rs 1172.40 , M & M by 0.75pc to Rs 735.30 and Coal India by 0.15 pc to Rs ...
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Sensex crashed by 1275 pts 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) slumped by 1275 points to 33,482 point 81 in early trade on Tuesday as heavy selling was witnesssed across-the-board after investor sentiment was hit by a sell-off in world markets.Budget effect was seen for the sixth straight session today. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too fell by 314.45 points to 10,355.10. The sensex registered intra day high and low at 34,941.34 and 34,482.81 respectively. The Nifty recorded intra day high and low at 10,423.70 and 10,276.30 respectively. All sectoral indices led by realty, consumer durables, metal and banking tradings in the negative zone. Seeing the scrips, Tata Motors, Axis Bank, Yes Bank and ICICI Bank too dragged the market.The losers were Tata Motors by 5.73 pc to Rs 373.35, Tata Motors DVR by 5.16 pc to Rs 207.50, Axis Bank by 4.52 pc to Rs 540.50, Yes Bank by 4.24 pc to Rs 329.50 and ICICI Bank by 3.90 pc to Rs ...
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