The 30-share index was trading higher by 166.41 points or 0.65 per cent to 25,603.38 with all the sectoral indices led by auto and capital goods leading the recovery.
Weakness in dollar against some other currencies overseas and a higher opening in the domestic equity market supported the rupee, forex traders said.
The benchmark BSE Sensex tumbled 210 points and the NSE Nifty dipped below the 7,800-mark in early trade Monday on across-the-board selling by investors, tracking heavy losses in Japan as a surging yen hit exporters.
The benchmark BSE Sensex rose some 53 points in early session on Monday after sentiment was boosted by Reliance Industries’ encouraging fourth quarter earnings numbers, which were announced last week. The 30-share index, which had lost 42.24 points in the previous session on Friday, recovered 52.89 points, or 0.20 per cent, at 25,891.03, with capital goods, technology, realty, IT and banking […]
Major gainers were Infosys 6.48 per cent, Cipla 1.73 per cent, Lupin 1.18 per cent, HDFC Bank 0.86 per cent, Asian Paints 0.68 per cent and L&T 0.53 per cent.
Market benchmark Sensex surged by 481 points today to 25,626.75 — its highest level in nearly three and a half months
On NSE, the stock price of DLF surged 3.42 per cent to trade at Rs 122.45.
Shares of NTPC Ltd declined 2.33 per cent on Tuesday to close at Rs 123.90 apiece in the BSE. More than 1 crore NTPC Ltd shares changed hands across the exchanges against the three month average of 42 lakh, Bloomberg data showed.
Further, non-retail investors who have placed their bids on T day and have chosen to carry forward their bids to T+1 day will be allowed to revise their bids on T+1 day.
The BSE Sensex has witnessed a 23% fall in the past 11 months. However, experts believe that investors should
stay put through this period of mayhem while new investors should look at new opportunities to enter the market
Instead of trying to time volatile markets, government must frame a longer-term blueprint on disinvestment
The domestic unit resumed higher at 67.88 per dollar and fell to 68.11 before ending at 29-month low at 68.02 per dollar, showing a further loss of 7 paise or 0.10 per cent.
CM Fadnavis gives nod to open the heavily secured Dalal Street building to all.
Major chunk of amount to go to Unilever of the UK which holds 67.21% equity. Shares of the company tanked as much as 6.03 per cent to hit an intra-day low of Rs 776.60 on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Domestic markets plunged to four-month lows in late morning deals as the benchmark BSE Sensex fell by more than 400 points to crack below the 25,000-level