December 09, 2021 12:00 (IST)
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Indian markets decline on Tuesday

Mumbai, Aug 2 (IBNS): Indian benchmark indices failed to cling to their early gains on Tuesday and ended lower, with Sensex down 21.41 points to 27981.71 and NSE down 13.65 points to 8622.90.

Indian markets slip on Friday

Mumbai, Jul 29 (IBNS): Profit booking by investors tripped up the Indian benchmark indices on Friday with Sensex down 156.76 points to 28051.86 and Nifty down 27.80 points to 8638.50.

Markets end Thursday on a positive note

Mumbai, Jul 28 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices were able to hold on to their gains for the second consecutive day, with the Sensex up 184.29 points to 28208.62 and Nifty up 50.50 points to 8666.30 at close of business on Thursday.

Indian markets marginally recover on Wednesday

Mumbai, Jul 27 (IBNS): Indian benchmark indices ended marginally higher on Wednesday, with Sensex up 47.81 points to 28024.33 and Nifty up 25.15 points to 8615.80.

Indian benchmark indices close lower on Tuesday

Mumbai, Jul 26 (IBNS): Profit-booking by investors and caution over the state ministers' meet over the presentation of the GST Bill in the Parliament pulled down the benchmark indices, with Sensex down 118.82 points to 27976.52 and Nifty down 45 points to 8590.65, according to media reports.

Indian markets open the week on a positive note

Mumbai, Jul 25 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices began the week on a high note, with Sensex up 292.10 points to 28095.34 and Nifty up 94.45 to 8635.55 at close of business on Monday.

Indian markets fail to cheer up on Thursday

Mumbai, Jul 21 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices declined on Thursday largely due to under-performance by some leading stocks, especially from the banking sector, and weak cues from European markets, according to media reports.

Investor interest and monsoon hold up Indian markets on Wednesday

Mumbai, Jul 20 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices reported gains on Wednesday, with Sensex up 128.27 points to 27915.89, and Nifty up 37.30 to 8565.85, largely due to investor interest in blue chips stocks and the progress of the monsoon, according to media reports.

Markets close on a positive note on Tuesday

Mumbai, Jul 19 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices ended on a positive note on Tuesday after some choppy trading, with Sensex up 40.96 points to 27787.62 and Nifty up 19.85 points to 8528.55.

Indian benchmark indices decline on Monday

Mumbai, Jul 18 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices wiped out the gains during the last hour of trading on Monday largely due to profit booking by investors, according to media reports.

Indian market close on a negative note on Friday

Mumbai, Jul 15 (IBNS): The Indian market ended lower on Friday largely due to weak European cues and Infosys lowering its full year constant currency dollar revenue guidance to 10.5-12 per cent from 11.5-13.5 per cent, according to media reports.

Indian benchmark indices flat on Wednesday

Mumbai, Jul 13 (IBNS): The Indian markets ended flat on Wednesday after rallying for two previous sessions, with Sensex up 7.04 points to 27815.18 and Nifty down 1.55 points to 8519.50.

Indian benchmark indices rally for second consecutive session

Mumbai, Jul 12 (IBNS): Indian markets benefited from a global rally for the second consecutive day on Tuesday hitting 11-month closing highs ahead of reporting of industrial output and CPI inflation data, according to media reports.

Sensex rallies nearly 500 points on Monday

Mumbai, Jul 11 (IBNS): Indian markets closed on a high note on Monday, with the equity benchmarks recording fresh 2016 closing highs, according to media reports.

Indian markets dip on Friday

Mumbai, Jul 8 (IBNS): Indian markets dipped on Friday largely due to weak cues from Asian markets and profit booking by investors, with Sensex down 74.59 points to 27126.90 and Nifty down 14.70 points to 8323.20.