Sebi has asked bourse for written explanation.
Economic and social agenda to be clear only on Budget day.
Asian markets were mixed Tuesday, following a tepid lead from Wall Street ahead of a US Federal Reserve policy meeting, while oil edged down a touch from nine-month highs as traders nervously watch the crisis in Iraq.
A majority of the audiences’ questions focused on improving living conditions and specialised training of the police.
Listed realty players have seen a surge in the stock prices in tandem with the market rally. On the ground, most are expecting a pick-up in demand and offload inventory.
The stock of the bank, in which the J&K government holds 53.17 per cent stake, closed down 18.42 per cent at Rs 1,501.35 on the BSE as worried investors hammered down the stock.
Sensex, Nifty slip on news of exit of Infosys president BG Srinivas.
Plans quantitative changes in risk management to better asset quality.
Stocks of power companies, led by 10.35 per cent surge in NTPC, were the star performers of the day.
Gujarat-based Adani Group soared as much as 17 pct while Gujarat Pipapav follows closely, surging almost pct.
The company said it has changed the accounting year from January-December to April-March.
In the signed affidavit of 54 pages, Sinha has claimed that Shah had set up NSEL to do ‘vyaj badla’ trading which used to be practised at the BSE but was subsequently banned.
Percentage of promoter-pledged shares touched all-time high of 10% in 345 of BSE 500 companies.
Shares of 39 BSE100 companies up over 25% since February; 15 of top 25 gainers are infrastructure firms.
BOLT Plus was unveiled for currency and debt trading in February without any disruptions, traders said.