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No tax relief for FPIs pulls Sensex down 560 points

With this, the Sensex has fallen 818 points in the last two days, largely on the FPI tax worries. On Friday, led by a sell-off in auto and banking stocks, the 30-share index plunged 560.45 points or 1.44 per cent to settle at 38,337.01.

Sensex drops over 100 pts; Yes Bank plunges over 10 per cent

Yes Bank was the biggest loser in the Sensex pack, cracking over 10 per cent, after the company reported a massive slump of 92.44 per cent in its consolidated net profit to Rs 95.56 crore due to a Rs 6,232 crore addition to non-performing assets, which resulted the provisions to zoom.


Sensex, Nifty turn volatile ahead of IIP, CPI data releases; Rupee slips 10 paise to 68.54 vs USD

After jumping over 100 points in opening trade, the 30-share index pared all gains to trade 6.14 points, or 0.02 per cent, lower at 38,816.97 at 0945 hours.

Sensex, Nifty start on a choppy note; rupee falls 16 paise to 68.67 against dollar

According to traders, market turned jittery after US President Donald Trump Tuesday launched a fresh attack on India for imposing tariffs on American products.

Explained: How Budget has put stock market on a downward journey

While the fall in the benchmark indices was broadly in line with their Asian peers, which slid on strong US jobs data, the NDA government's move to tax share buybacks and hike minimum public shareholding in listed companies were among the domestic reasons that disappointed investors.

Sensex slumps 394.67 points as market does not give a thumbs up to Budget

Ahead of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presenting her maiden Union Budget in Parliament, the Sensex was recorded at 40,022.73, higher by 114.67 points than yesterday at 9.30am.


Sensex breaches 40,000 mark ahead of Union Budget 2019

Top gainers in the Sensex pack in early trade included IndusInd Bank, L&T, HUL, Kotak Bank, HDFC, Asian Paints, Bajaj Auto and RIL, rising up to 1.14 per cent.

Sensex, Nifty extend gains for 4th day; all eyes on Budget

Investors also remained optimistic that the Modi 2.0 government's first Budget, to be presented Friday, will propose measures to boost consumption and revive growth, analysts said.

Sensex, Nifty start on a volatile note; Rupee rises to 68.79 vs USD in early trade

After swinging nearly 200 points in the first half hour of the session, the 30-share index was trading 29.49 points, or 0.07 per cent, higher at 39,845.97 at 0945 hours. Similarly, the broader Nifty was quoting 6.60 points, or 0.05 per cent, up at 11,916.90.

Sensex jumps over 200 points, rupee rise to 17 paise to 68.86

The rupee opened on a strong note and rose 17 paise to 68.86 against the US dollar in early trade Monday tracking gains in domestic equities, even as crude oil prices firmed up.

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Sensex rises 700 points after government sticks to its fiscal deficit target

Mumbai, Mar 01 (ANI): Sensex rose sharply on Tuesday a day after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the government would stick to its fiscal deficit target. The benchmark Sensex was trading 700 points higher where as Nifty was up by 220 points. Analysts said a commitment by Jaitley in the annual budget to meet the fiscal deficit target of 3.5 percent of the gross domestic product would raise confidence among foreign investors after heavy selling this year. A market expert, Sunil Shah, attributed the sudden jump in stock markets to the government decision to put money in farm sector to revive rural economy. Shah added that the coming monsoon will revive the growth and there will be a demand push because of the thrust given by the government towards the rural economy.

No need for 'exaggerated panic' among investors: Jaitley

New Delhi, Feb 12 (ANI): As the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex plunged around 800 point on Thursday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday came out to calm the investors, saying that there was no need for an 'exaggerated panic' among investors. Jaitley emphasised that the investors should keep in mind the inherent strength of the Indian economy while investing. He added that the Government is fully committed to empower and support public sector banks by providing whatever capital requirements is required, adding that the problem of recovering bad loans from the borrowers will soon be ended.


Sensex Crashes Most In 7 Years, But Will The Slide Continue?

In a stock market bloodbath, benchmark Sensex on Monday sunk 1,624.51 points to end the day at 25,741.56 — the biggest in over seven years — amid a global rout, while more than Rs 3 lakh crore got wiped out of the investors’ wealth. See more at: