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Indian markets rally on Friday on hopes of economic reforms and good monsoon

Mumbai, Jul 1 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices rallied for the fifth day on Friday largely based on hopes of a good monsoona nd economic reforms, with the Sensex up 145.19 points to 27144.91, and the Nifty up 40.60 points to 8328.35.

Indian markets appear to have absorbed Brexit concerns

Mumbai, Jun 30 (IBNS): Indian benchmark indices appear to have overcome Brexit concerns and went back to its pre-Brexit range on Thursday, with the Sensex going up 259.33 points to 26999.72 and the Nifty going up up 83.75 points to 8287.75.

Indian markets post gain on Wednesday

Mumbai, Jun 29 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices ended Wednesday as gainers ahead of the June Futures & Options expiry and boosted by news of satisfactory progress of the monsoon and the Union government clearing a significant pay hike for its employees and pensioners.

Indian market post moderate gains on Tuesday

Mumbai, Jun 28 (IBNS): The Indian market ended Tuesday on a moderately gaining note, with Sensex up 121.59 points to 26524.55 and Nifty up 33.15 points to 8127.85, largely due to firm global cues and the news that the monsoon is progressing well.

Brexit heat singes Indian markets

Mumbai, Jun 22 (IBNS): The Indian market ended lower on Wednesday largely due to selling pressure in FMCG and auto stocks and concerns about UK's referendum on June 23, according to media reports.

Markets dip on Tuesday

Mumbai, Jun 21 (IBNS): Indian benchmark indices dipped at close of business on Tuesday, with Sensex down 54.14 points to 26812.78 and Nifty down 18.60 points to 8219.90.

Sensex opens 153 points low

New Delhi, June 20 (IBNS): Days after RBI governor Raghuram Rajan announced he will not serve the post for a second term, the Sensex opened on Monday Sensex opened 153.40 points low on Monday.

Indian markets gain on Friday but end flat for the week

Mumbai, Jun 17 (IBNS): Profit booking by investors late in the day on Friday pared the impressive intraday gains recorded by the Indian benchmark indices, with Sensex up 100.45 points to 26625.91 and Nifty gained 29.45 points to 8170.20.

Indian markets recover on Wednesday

Mumbai, Jun 15 (IBNS): The Indian market managed to recover from its four days of consecutive fall on Wednesday with Sensex up 330.63 points to 26726.34 and Nifty up 97.75 points to 8206.60 .

Indian benchmark indices fell for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday

Mumbai, Jun 14 (IBNS): Indian markets closed flat on Tuesday and the benchmark indices fell for the fourth consecutive session, with the Sensex down 1.06 points to 26395.71. and the Nifty down 1.75 points at 8108.85.

Markets closed lower on Monday

Mumbai, Jun 13 (IBNS) Following selling pressure in global equities and poor industrial output data, Indian benchmark indices too ended lower on Monday, with Sensex down 238.98 points to 26396.77 and Nifty down 59.45 points to 8110.60.

Markets close lower on Friday

Mumbai, Jun 10 (IBNS): Indian benchmark indices fell further on Friday with the Sensex down 127.71 points to 26635.75, and the Nifty down 33.55 points to 8170.05.

Benchmark indices end flat on a lacklustre day

Mumbai, Jun 8 (IBNS): Indian benchmark indices ended flat on Wednesday following mixed global cues, with Sensex up 10.99 points to 27020.66 and Nifty up 6.60 points to 8273.05.

Sensex ends above 27000 first time since October 2015

Mumbai, Jun 7 (IBNS): The market on Tuesday posted strong gains owing to positive global cues and after the Reserve Bank of India as expected maintained its interest rate at 6.5 per cent during the second monetary policy review on the same day.

Markets end lower owing to profit booking

Mumbai, Jun 6 (IBNS): Indian markets ended lower on Monday, albeit marginally, following profit booking by investors late in the day, with the Sensex down 65.58 points to 26777.45 and Nifty down 19.75 points to 8201.05.