BSE Sensex jumped over 121 pts to end at a new closing peak of 26,147.33
Goldman Sachs is “strategically bullish” on Indian equities, with a 12-month NSE index target of 8,600 points
NSE Nifty surpassed previous intra-day high of 7,808.85 touched on July 8.
RIL came with better-than-expected numbers and IT stocks too have done well after good set of numbers from TCS.
BSE Sensex has ended above 26,000 mark as it concluded at 26,025.80, a rise of 310.63 points, or 1.21 per cent.
BSE Sensex provisionally rose 0.2 percent to 25,692.01 while NSE Nifty index ended up at 7,684.20.
Kotak Mahindra Bank has agreed to buy a 15 pct stake in Multi Commodity Exchange for Rs 459 cr.
Nifty regained the 7,700-mark by rising 42.80 points, or 0.56 per cent, to 7,706.70.
The Budget has an important piece for modernisation of financial markets with a proposed bankruptcy-friendly regime for SMEs.
Barring ITC and Infosys, rest eight companies saw gains in their market cap for the week ended Friday.
The net investments by foreign investors in equity market stood at Rs 10,755 crore (USD 1.8 billion) till July 19.
The benchmark BSE Sensex index provisionally closed 0.31 percent higher at 25,641.56 points.
BSE Sensex extends gains to third straight session as metal and power sectors shares rise.
The 30-share index gained 60.75 points, or 0.23 per cent, to 25,610.47.
ICICI Bank rose 4.8 per cent and Axis Bank added 3.2 per cent while State Bank of India gained 2.2 per cent.
The benchmark BSE Sensex today rose 321 points, logging its best daily gain in a fortnight.
The 30-share Sensex gained 221.67 points, or 0.89 per cent, to end the day at 25,228.65.
BSE Sensex and Nifty struggled for the fifth day in a row…
Net investments by foreign investors in equity market stood at Rs 7,505 crore till July 11
Sensex plunges 1.37 per cent, NSE Nifty posts biggest weekly loss in nearly 16 months.
Analysts attributed share gains to Arun Jaitley’s Budget proposal to allow banks raises funds.
BSE Sensex ended lower in a volatile session as FM Arun Jaitley’s pledge to narrow the fiscal deficit.
SBI was trading 2 per cent lower, while Indian Bank dropped 4.31 per cent on the BSE.
ITC falls 0.7 percent while Mahindra and Mahindra is down 1.5 percent.
BSE Sensex set to open higher ahead of Union Budget to be presented by FM Arun Jaitley.
BSE Sensex today closed lower by 137 points to over one-week low of 25,444.81
Today’s drop was the biggest since the 651-point crash on September 3, 2013.
Sensex retreats from record highs to dip below the 26,000 mark in mid-session trade.
BSE Sensex extends record-setting streak and NSE Nifty soars to hit yet another high.
The week also marks the beginning of the Q1 June quarter corporate earnings season, with Infosys announcing its result on July 11.
Since 1997 till date, Sensex has given negative returns during 11 pre-Budget weeks.
Gains in shares of BSE Sensex heavyweights RIL, HDFC Bank and Infosys alone contributed over 100 points.
National Stock Exchange index Nifty rose 14.60 points, or 0.19 per cent, to 7,729.40.
Growth in some BRIC nations like China and Russia was near or above double digits, up 9.4%, 13.2%.
The S&P BSE Sensex closed at 25,823.75, down 17.46 points from yesterday’s close, after hitting life-time high of 25,999.08.
The benchmark Sensex almost scaled the record 26,000 level but profit-booking in oil&gas, metal and power shares dragged it down to log the first drop in five days even as trading on the BSE was disrupted for three hours due to network outage.