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The market edged higher during the early session and remained volatile through the day ahead of the June F&O settlement. Indices closed lower dragged by metals, auto, IT, and PSU Bank stocks. At close, Sensex was at 53,018, and Nifty ended at 15,780.
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Japan's Nikkei index fell 1.01% in early trading, while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.1%, dragged lower by Australian shares, off 1.29%, and Korea's KOSPI, down 1.57%.
Oil continued to rise with investors still weighing worries over an economic slowdown against concern over lost Russian supply amid sanctions related to the conflict in Ukraine.
All three indexes are on course to notch two straight quarterly declines for the first time since 2015. They also appear set to post losses for June, which would mark three consecutive down months for the tech-heavy Nasdaq, its longest losing streak since 2015.
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The proceeds from this investment will be used to develop new products, associated technologies, and brand awareness, aiming to transform the company into a leading global EV manufacturer, Greaves Electric said.
While the NSE offers the GIFT City route to invest in 50 shares, the BSE-backed India INX platform offers 131 stock exchanges, globally.
While the Nifty 500 lost 12 percent, the BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 have declined nearly 9 percent each. However, long-term investors are viewing this as an opportunity to buy good growth stocks at attractive valuations.
Markets extended rebound for the second consecutive session and gained nearly 2%, tracking firm global cues. Metal, state-owned banks and technology stocks witnessed bargain hunting after suffering heavy losses last week on fears that aggressive rate hikes.
Inflation, Fed rate hikes, slowing growth have been some issues that have given investors on Dalal Street headaches over the past few months but Santo believes there is one more emerging in East Asia. Plus CJ believes times has come for a relook at beaten-down stocks like Nazara Technologies and Deepak Nitrite.
Is the worst over as markets return to positive territory? We ask Sanjiv Bhasin of IIFL. Plus, all your stock queries answered LIVE as usual, this time by Nilesh Jain of Centrum Broking.
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The euro was little moved after French President Emmanuel Macron lost control of the National Assembly in legislative elections on Sunday, a major setback that could throw the country into political paralysis.
Without a doubt, stocks are far cheaper than at the start of the year, following a 23% year-to-date decline in the S&P 500 (.SPX) that confirmed a bear market for the index earlier this week.
Each of the three major Wall Street indexes fell the third week in a row. The benchmark S&P 500 index suffered its biggest weekly percentage drop since March 2020, the height of the Covid-19 pandemic plunge
After a selloff prompted by the Federal Reserve and other major central banks raising interest rates, Wall Street's main indexes opened mixed on Friday.
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Indian equity benchmark ended lower for a fourth straight session, with the Sensex down 152 points and Nifty 40 points. Among sectors, buying was seen in the auto, capital goods, pharma, while selling was seen in the power, IT, metal, oil & gas, realty and FMCG. BSE midcap and smallcap indices, however, ended in the green
Global markets remain worried about aggressive rate hikes. How will Indian indices react? We speak to Rahul Arora, CEO at Nirmal Bang Institutional Equities. As usual, we also get your queries answered LIVE, this time from Kunal Shah of LKP Securities.
Indian benchmark indices ended lower on June 14 in a volatile session. At close, the Sensex was down 153 points, and Nifty 42 points. Among sectors, auto, metal and oil & gas ended in the red, while capital goods, power and realty ended higher
Markets head for mild losses despite weak global cues. IT, power stocks lead gainers; oil & gas stocks major losers. Know why Santo And CJ are tracking Trent, Adani Enterprises, Kohinoor Foods, Zomato and Dynamatic Tech today.