Mumbai: National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE), India’s leading stock exchange, launched its first agricultural commodity futures contract on crude degummed soybean oil (CDSO Futures) on Dec 1. The CDSO Futures contract is a monthly expiry futures contract with a trading lot size of 10 metric ton (MT) and price basis as Kandla.
Mumbai/UNI: The BSE Sensex on Wednesday rallied further by 74 pts to open at 44,729.53, at a new peak on the strength of Health Care, Industrials, Energy and FMCG stocks.
Mumbai/UNI: The BSE Sensex on Tuesday was at peak at 44,428.01, up by 350.86 pts in opening trade on strong global cues.
Mumbai/UNI: The BSE Sensex on Thursday slipped further by 57 pts to open at 37,814.92 as renewed selling in IT, Auto, Bankex and Technology stocks.
Mumbai/ UNI: Extending rally for the fourth consecutive week, the BSE Sensex zoomed up by 572.91 points or 1.59 per cent at 36,594.33 on strong global peers as investors focused on the prospect of economic recovery and progress on potential coronavirus drugs.
Mumbai/UNI: The benchmark index of Bombay stock exchange on Monday rallied by 388 points to 36,410.03 in opening trade on firm global peers.
Mumbai/UNI:The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Thursday edged up by 429.25 pts at 35,843.70 following gains in Consumer Durable, Technology, IT and Auto stocks.
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Mumbai/UNI: The BSE index of Bombay Stock Exchange on Thursday fell by 237 points to 34,010.86 in opening trade as selling was seen in Power, Technology, IT, Health care and Energy stocks amid weak global cues.
Mumbai/UNI: All existing futures and options (F&O) contracts of Yes Bank, across all expiries, will expire on May 28, 2020, a circular issued by the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) said on Friday.
Mumbai/UNI: The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) sensex on Friday tanked by 1,212 points at 37,258 in opening trade following sell-off in global markets, as fear of the spread of the coronavirus and its economic impact gripped investors.
Mumbai/IBNS: The Sensex closed 76.47 points - or 0.19 per cent - lower at 40,575.17 and the Nifty ended 30.70 points - or 0.26 per cent - at 11,968.40.
Mumbai: In the afternoon trade, domestic benchmark indices dipped to the lowest point with Sensex falling more than 200 points and Nifty touching 11,600.
Mumbai: The stock markets had a mix start on Friday, a day after the bourses reached the highest mark in the last three weeks making continuous gains in the last five sessions.
Mumbai: The markets opened on a positive note on Tuesday with Sensex opening more than 150 points higher than its previous close, in line with gains in Asian markets.