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Indian benchmark indices end flat on roller-coaster Wednesday

Mumbai, Nov 16 (IBNS): The Indian market ended flat on Wednesday after riding a roller-coaster throughout the day, media reported.

Indian benchmark indices end Thursday on positive note

Mumbai, Nov 10 (IBNS): As the market digests the panic created by the demonetisation of highest rated currency notes and banks begin to accept old notes, the Indian benchmark indices ended Thursday on positive note.

Indian benchmark indices end in the red on Wednesday

Mumbai, Nov 9 (IBNS): After the double whammy of ban of highest currency notes and Republican candidate Donald Trump defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton to become the 45th US President, it was a wild Wednesday for the Indian market.

Indian benchmark indices end Tuesday in positive territory

Mumbai, Nov 8 (IBNS): Like the rest of the world, the Indian market is closely following the outcome of the US Presidential election and chose to remain cautious on Tuesday but the benchmark indices managed to post modest gains at close of business following investor buying, the media reported.

Indian benchmark indices slightly up on Monday

Mumbai, Nov 7 (IBNS): The Indian market ended up on Monday after losses in the previous week, according to media sources. Sensex was up 184.84 points at 27458.99 and Nifty was up 63.30 points at 8497.05.

Indian markets end in the red on Friday

Mumbai, Nov 4 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices ended in the red for the fifth consecutive session on Friday, with Sensex down 156.13 points at 27274.15, and Nifty down 51.20 points at 8433.75.

Indian markets cautious over US elections, GST rate finalised

Mumbai, Nov 3 (IBNS): The Indian financial market turned jittery on Thursday with concerns over the US Presidential elections scheduled on Nov 8. according to media reports.

Markets fail to cling to initial gains on Tuesday

Mumbai, Nov 1 (IBNS): The Indian market failed to retain its early gains on Tuesday, with Sensex, which had reached an intra-day high of 28029.80, finally closing lower at 27876.61, down 53.60 points and Nifty, which had touched 8669.60, closed at 8626.25, up 0.55 points.

Indian benchmark indices end lower on first day of new Samvat; market closed on Monday

Mumbai, Oct 31 (IBNS): The Indian stock markets remained closed on Monday but conducted business on Sunday as it was the first day of Samvat 2073, the Hindu calendar year, according to media sources.

Nifty ended flat on Thursday but above the psychological 8600-mark

Mumbai, Oct 27 (IBNS): Indian markets closed Thursday with marginal gains owing to weak global cues and asset quality concerns capping the upside, according to media reports.

Indian benchmark indices decline on Tuesday, Tata group company stocks dip

Mumbai, Oct 25 (IBNS): Stocks of Tata companies expectedly reflected the market's concern and slipped on Tuesday following the ouster of group chairman Cyrus Mistry and the return of Ratan Tata as the interim chairman, according to media reports.

Indian benchmark indices post gains on Monday

Mumbai, Oct 24 (IBNS): The Indian market posted gains on Monday largely due to strong global cues and supported by the performance of several key stocks, according to media reports.

Indian benchmark indices close in positive territory on Thursday

Mumbai, Oct 20 (IBNS): Spurred by positive cues from global markets, strong US earnings data and a hike in oil prices, the Indian market closed higher on Thursday, according to media reports.

Indian benchmark indices stumble on Wednesday

Mumbai, Oct 19 (IBNS): The Indian market ended Wednesday on negative note largely due to weak global cues and profit booking in key stocks, especially in the banking, auto and FMCG sectors, according to media reports.

Indian benchmark indices improve performance on Tuesday

Mumbai, Oct 18 (IBNS):The Indian market clawed back to positive territory on Tuesday with Sensex up 520.91 points at 28050.88 and Nifty up 157.50 points at 8677.90.