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Sensex falls over 150 points; Nifty slips below 10,900 level

Sectoral indices led by auto, banking, capital goods, consumer durables and healthcare were trading in the negative terrain, falling up to 1.55 per cent.

ICICI Bank shares rise over three per cent

An independent enquiry panel Wednesday indicted former ICICI Bank chief Chanda Kochhar for violating regulations, with the bank deciding to stop all her unpaid retirement benefits and recover bonuses paid since 2009.

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Sensex, Nifty turn choppy on weak global cues

Domestic and other Asian stocks followed Wall Street that fell sharply after US President Donald Trump's demand for border wall funds pushed the federal government closer to a shutdown.

Shrinking trade deficit pushes rupee up 34 paise

The benchmark Sensex continued its winning streak for a fifth straight session with a rise of 307 points as investors maintained their bullish stance in view of the strengthening rupee, narrowing trade deficit and sustained foreign fund inflows.

Sensex climbs 580 points to reclaim 35k-mark; banking, auto shares steal the show

The 30-share index got off to a strong start at 34,743.95 points and reclaimed the 35,000-mark to hit a high of 35,190.20 but profit-booking trimmed the gains. It finally settled 579.68 points, or 1.68 per cent, higher at 35,011.65.

DHFL shares bounce back, rally 25 per cent

The stock, after a positive opening, further jumped 24.80 per cent to Rs 438.75 on BSE. On NSE, shares of the company zoomed 24.98 per cent to Rs 438.15.

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Sensex plummets 505 points, rupee falls to 72.51 against USD

After a weak start at 38,027.81, the BSE 30-share Sensex quickly cracked the 38,000-mark to hit a low of 37,548.93 on across-the-board selling in recent gainers and finally settled 505.13 points, or 1.33 per cent, down at 37,585.51.

BSE, NSE to suspend trading in up to 9 firms from September 10

Trading in securities of the nine companies will be suspended from September 10 on account of non-compliance with Regulation 33 of LODR Regulations for two consecutive quarters.

Stocks scale fresh record highs as banking, energy shares gain

Analysts said a respite was seen in mid and small-cap stocks as worst of earnings seem to be over and investors are gradually turning positive with a bottom-up approach.

Benchmarks end higher in choppy trade, log weekly gains

IT bellwether TCS spurted 1.68 per cent to its lifetime high of Rs 1,913.30 ahead of its June-quarter results on Tuesday. Hero MotoCorp topped the gainers' chart in the Sensex pack, rallying 4.25 per cent, followed by Tata Motors at 3.69 per cent.

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BSE closes 109.29 points down on January 11

New Delhi, Jan 11 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 109.29 points down to stand at 24,825.04. At the National StockExchange the Nifty closed 37.50 points down to stand at 7,563.85.Vedanta Limited and Reliance Industries Limited were among the top gainers of group A with an increase of 4.87 % and 2.56 % along with Tata Motors Limited and Grasim Industries Limited with an increase 1.94 % and1.74 % respectively, while the top losers of group A includes Wipro Limited and Mahindra & Mahindra Limited with a decrease of 3.47 % and 3.36% along with Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited and Tech Mahindra Limited with a decrease of 3.33 % and 2.90 % at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 17.95 points at 17401.88 while the Banking sector is up 144.20 points at 18224.26 and the Realty sector is up3.32 points at 1322.64.The Indian currency was up with 0.20% at Rs 66.77 per dollar.

BSE closes 82.50 points up on January 8

New Delhi, Jan 8 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 82.50 points up to stand at 24,934.33. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed33.05 points up to stand at 7,601.35. Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd and GVK Power & Infrastructure Ltd were among the top gainers of group A with an increase of 9.64% and8.43% along with E.I.D.-Parry (India) Ltd and India Cements Ltd with an increase 8.13% and 7.65% respectively, while the top losers of group A includes Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation Ltd and CIPLA Ltd with a decrease of 2.70% and 2.61% along with Larsen & Toubro Ltd and Max India Ltd with a decrease of 2.19% and 2.18%at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 42.28 points at 17383.93 while the Banking sector is up 84.86 points at 18368.46 and the Realty sector is up 29.78 points at 1319.32. The Indian currency was down with 0.33% at Rs 66.71 per dollar.

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BSE closes 554.50 points down on January 7

New Delhi, Jan 7 (ANI): Ending at a four month closing low, trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 554.50 points down to stand at24,851.83. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 172.70 points down to stand at 7,568.30. Monsanto India Ltd and Alstom T&D India Ltd were among the top gainers of group A with an increase of 2.68% and 2.15% along with Eclerx Services Ltd and Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd with an increase 1.61% and 1.16% respectively, while the top losers of group A includes Jindal Steel and Power Ltd and Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd with a decrease of 10.02%and 9.36% along with Vedanta Limited and Jaiprakash Associates Ltd with a decrease of 8.72% and 8.27% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 669.43 points at 17341.65 while the Banking sector is up 446.49 points at 18283.60 and the Realty sector is up 60.75 points at 1289.54. The Indian currency was up with 0.07% at Rs 66.87 per dollar.

BSE closes 174.01 points down on January 6

New Delhi, Jan 6 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 174.01 points down to stand at 25,406.33. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed43.65 points down to stand at 7,741.00. Torrent Power Ltd and Monsanto India Ltd were among the top gainers of group A with an increase of 11.07% and 5.86% along with SRF Ltd and Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd with an increase 5.28% and 5.25% respectively, while the top losers of group A includes Punj Lloyd Ltd and Gujarat State Petronet Ltd with a decrease of 4.89% and 4.68% along with Vedanta Limited and PTC India Ltd with a decrease of 3.95% and 3.49% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 226.96 points at 18011.08 while the Banking sector is up 152.71 points at 18730.09 and the Realty sector is up 11.60 points at 1350.29. The Indian currency was up with 0.34% at Rs 66.81 per dollar.

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