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Nov 10, 2017 08:53 AM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

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India market witnessed a volatile session as index gyrated in a 100 point range

Although, Nifty closed marginally higher but it still made a bearish candle as closing level was lower than the opening level

The short term trend continues to be negative and there is a possibility of further weakness but given the fact Nifty bounced back from lows suggests that bulls will not going to give up that easy

Downside target to be watched is around 10,180-60, which could be achieved in the next 3-5 sessions if weakness continues

Gold rises on weak dollar; palladium dips from 16-year high

Oil prices rise on supply cuts and political tensions in Saudi Arabia

Dollar weak as U.S. Senate tax bill details emerge

Rupee closes little changed against US dollar

The rupee ended at 64.94 against the dollar, up 0.02% from its Wednesday’s close of 64.96

FPIs sold Rs713 crore from equity markets

DIIs bought Rs231 crore shares in Indian equity market

Headlines

GST bonanza for firms, consumers on the anvil

The GST Council, at its Guwahati meeting today, will trim items that attract the highest 28% GST rate and unveil concessions for businesses

Bring petroleum, real estate, electricity under GST: Congress

PF Rate Cut Likely, But Equity Play may Boost Returns

Provident fund subscribers are likely to get a lower rate of interest on their retirement corpus this fiscal year, but a senior official said the total returns would be on a par with or more than last time as they stand to gain from the fund's move to unitise its equity investment.

New Delhi declares emergency as toxic smog thickens by the hour| Odd-even scheme back in Delhi for 5 days from Monday

IIP data for September to come out today: Business Standard

The IIP data for September will be released on Friday; it remains a crucial component in measuring GDP.

HDFC Life's $1.3 billion Indian IPO nearly five times subscribed

Senate Republicans debut tax plan, House panel passes its version

U.S. Senate Republicans unveiled a tax plan that differed from legislation in the House of Representatives on several fronts, including how they treat the corporate tax rate, the tax deduction for state and local taxes and the estate tax.

In Beijing, Trump presses China on North Korea and trade

U.S. President Donald Trump pressed China to do more to rein in North Korea on Thursday and said bilateral trade had been unfair to the United States, but praised President Xi Jinping's pledge that China would be more open to foreign firms.

Jobless claims rise more than expected as hurricane backlog clears

Sebi imposes Rs 5 lakh fine on 8 individuals

The eight individuals are Ramana Bharati, Ramana Boina Shankar, Polsani Ravinder Rao, Sreeram V Mangalapalli, N Venugopal, ARS Rajan, Lakshmi Rajan and Pabbathi Venkata Ravi Kumar. Polsani Ravinder Rao is one of the current promoters of the firm.

Himachal Pradesh records its highest voter turnout at 74%

Himachal Pradesh on Thursday recorded its highest polling in assembly elections with 74 percent of voters exercising their franchise, the Election Commission said.

BJP expresses confidence of winning in Himachal polls

China, US ink $250 billion trade deals to mark Donald Trump's first visit

China signing deals with US worth more than USD 250 billion during President Donald Trump's first visit, amidst his criticism of the Communist giant's unfair business practices and the "chronic imbalance" in bilateral trade.

Foreign investors return to Indian markets

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) have invested a net of $1.9 billion in Indian shares over October and November so far

Crude Shock could End Bond Party as Benchmark Yield Hits a 6 -Mth High

Indian bonds, among the best performers last year, are now staring at a stark reversal in their Asian rankings, with the highest crude oil prices since 2015 threatening to stoke inflation, bloat import bills, derail fiscal budgeting, and snuff out prospects of lowering credit costs.

Syria declares victory over Islamic State

The army and its allies are still fighting Islamic State in desert areas near Albu Kamal, the last town the militant group had held in Syria, near the border with Iraq, the army said.

Trump wraps up talks with Xi: Signs USD 250 bn deals but gains little on N Korea

On the second day of his visit, which was marked by lavish red-carpet welcome with an impressive guard of honour by the Chinese military troops, Trump continued his overnight talks with Xi at the Great Hall of People.

SEBI to define parameters for putting stocks in Graded Surveillance Mechanism

Graded Surveillance Measures are applied to securities which witness an abnormal price rise not commensurate with financial health and fundamentals

Modi to travel to Philippines for India-ASEAN summit on November 14

SpiceJet plane suffers tailstrike at Delhi airport

In aviation parlance, a tailstrike is an incident in which the rear empennage of an aircraft strikes the runway. Empennage here means the tail structure which helps the aircraft balance while landing.

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