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Sensex, Nifty recover after posting worst day in 4 years as poll verdict anxiety eases

Mumbai/IBNS: Indian benchmark equity indices recovered on Wednesday (June 5) after posting their worst day in over four years in the previous session as Narendra Modi's BJP and its allies (NDA) secured lesser seats in the Lok Sabha election results declared on Tuesday (June 4).

Lok Sabha polls: How share market may react under 3 possible elections outcome

Mumbai/IBNS: The six-week long Lok Sabha elections have reached its final stage with the Election Commission of India (ECI) going to hold the last phase of polls on Saturday (June 1), and the financial markets are eagerly waiting for the national polls' verdic, which is scheduled to be counted on June 4.

CLSA predicts BJP victory may fuel rally in 54 'Modi stocks'

Mumbai/IBNS: Hong Kong-headquartered international brokerage firm CLSA said on Wednesday that a landmark third term for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on June 4 will directly benefit 54 stocks, which include public sector undertakings (PSUs), infrastructure companies and shares of some corporate groups.

Tata Motors expects slow start to FY25 PV sales amid elections

Mumbai: Auto giant Tata Motors has said it expects a slow FY25 beginning due to a drop in probable local passenger vehicle (PV) demand during the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, media reports said.

PM Modi says White Paper exposed how UPA govt's policies were taking India on path of poverty

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday that the policies followed by the country in the 10 years before 2014 were taking the country on the path of poverty and mentioned the White Paper tabled in the Budget Session of Parliament regarding this has proved so.