The rupee ended flat at 64.80 against the US dollar after hitting an intraday low of 65.16. The RBI’s intervention and selling dollars by exporters & banks helped the rupee recover in afternoon.
The Sensex closed down 447.60 points at 31922.44, while the Nifty ended lower by 157.50 points at 9964.40.
The rupee fell sharply in trade today after the US Federal Reserve announced a plan to begin winding down its USD 4.5 trillion balance sheet in October and hinted at another interest rate hike by December.
The Sensex closed down 30.47 points at 32370.04, while the Nifty ended down by 19.25 points at 10121.90.
Experts expect the Federal Reserve to hold rates in the policy meeting but the key thing to watch out for would be its commentary on unwinding of USD 4.5 trillion balance sheet.
Telecom stocks - Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Reliance Communications fell 3-6 percent after telecom regulator TRAI slashed mobile call connection charge to 6 paise per minute from 14 paise currently, effective October 1.
Nifty Bank index closed flat. Auto and FMCG indices gained 0.2-0.6 percent but Metal, Pharma and PSU Bank fell 0.5-0.8 percent.
As a Sebi panel on corporate governance mulls benefits of splitting posts of chairman and managing director at listed firms, the public sector units may be the first where such a move could be implemented.
The Sensex closed down 21.39 points at 32402.37, while the Nifty was down 4.05 points at 10149.05.
Aiming to make REITs and InvITs more attractive to investors, capital markets regulator Sebi on Monday relaxed norms to allow these trusts to raise funds by issuing debt securities.
Dixon Technologies ended with hefty premium today, rising nearly 64 percent to Rs 2,891.55 against issue price of Rs 1,766.
The Sensex was up 151.15 points at 32423.76, while the Nifty was up 67.70 points at 10153.10.
Regulator Sebi has ordered a forensic audit of JMD Ventures Ltd (JVL), which figures among 331 'suspected shell companies', after finding prima facie evidence of misuse of the firm's funds.
The consistent failure in holding the psychological 10,100 level on the Nifty indicated that the market may be preparing to cross previous record high of 10,137 (hit on August 2), experts said.
The Sensex closed up 30.68 points at 32272.61, while the Nifty ended down by 1.20 points at 10085.40.
Healthcare stocks hogged limelight today as the Nifty Pharma index spiked 2.6 percent.
The Sensex closed up 55.52 points at 32241.93, while the Nifty ended higher by 7.30 points at 10086.60.
The Sensex closed up 27.75 points at 32186.41, while the Nifty ended lower by 13.75 points at 10079.30.
Shares of Tata Steel on Tuesday rose by over 3 per cent to touch its multi-year high after the company concluded a new agreement.
The market continued its uptrend and scaled to near record high levels on Tuesday, tracking positive lead from global peers as worries about Korean Peninsula and the potential impact of Hurricane Irma on the US faded.
The Sensex ended up 276.50 points at 32158.66, while the Nifty closed higher by 87.00 points at 10093.05.
Gold prices fell by Rs 290 per ten grams at the bullion market here on Friday owing to weak trend overseas amid slackened demand from local jewellers.
Nifty Bank gained the most among sectoral indices, up 301 points or 1.24 percent driven by IndusInd Bank, HDFC Bank and Yes Bank.
The Sensex closed up 194.64 points at 31882.16, while the Nifty ended higher by 71.25 points at 10006.05.
More than a year after suggesting bright line tests for ascertaining 'control' in a listed company, Sebi has decided not to tweak the existing takeover norms as it received feedback that such a move could be "prone to misuse".