The National Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday said it will introduce derivative contracts on Nifty Next 50 (NIFTYNXT50) index from April 24. The exchange will offer three serial monthly index futures and index options contract cycles. The cash-settled derivatives contracts ...

An impressive move from SEBI on instigating T+0 settlement dayT+0 settlement day starts from March 28 on an optional basis, says SEBI Chairperson Madhabi Puri Buch. Firstly, let us understand what settlement is:If you purchase shares on a T (Trade) day (let’s ...

Dalal Street ended higher as foreign institutional investors turned net buyers during the week and strong economic data boosted investors’ sentiments. For the week, the Sensex soared 2.29% to 67,481.19 and the Nifty 50 index advanced 2.39% to 20,267.90.In broader ...

Dalal Street ended higher for the third straight week as investors were buoyed after data showed retail inflation eased and inched towards India’s central bank target of 4%. The Sensex jumped rose 1.37% to end at 65,794.73 and the Nifty ...

Benchmark equity indices closed higher amid mixed global cues as domestic institutional investors stepped up buying. In the week ended on Friday, the Sensex jumped 0.84% to 64,904.68 and the Nifty 50 index gained 1.01% to close at 19,425.35. In broader ...

Dalal Street closed lower during the week as investors’ optimism was dented due to a slew of negative global cues such as higher interest rate, elevated inflation, rising Treasury yields, and mounting tensions in the Middle East due to Israel-Hamas ...

Benchmark equity indices closed lower as investors were concerned over the potential interest rate hike by the Fed and rise in international oil prices amid worsening situation in the Middle East. For the week, the Sensex fell 1.34% to end ...

Benchmark indices closed higher after investors sentiments were boosted by dovish comments from the US Federal Reserve officials and as international oil prices hovered around $90 per barrel. For the week, the Sensex rose 0.44% to 66,282.74 and the Nifty ...

Benchmark equity indices closed with marginal gains as investors’ risk appetite improved after oil prices eased and the RBI kept the repo rate unchanged at 6.5%. For the week, the Nifty 50 index added 0.08% to 19,653.50 and the Sensex ...

Benchmark equity indices closed lower for the second week in a row as investors were concerned over elevated oil prices, higher inflation and rising bond yields. For the week, the Sensex fell 0.27% to 65,828.41 and the broader Nifty 50 ...