Benchmark equity indices closed higher after five days of losses, helped by gains in auto, banking and FMCG stocks. The Sensex closed 0.64% higher at 57858.15 and Nifty rose 0.75% to 17277.95.Broader markets also closed higher tracking benchmark indices. Nifty ...

Market Opening - An Overview Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange were trading 0.35% lower at 16,997.50, signalling that Dalal Street was headed for a negative start on Tuesday.Asian shares were trading lower as investors remained cautious over Fed’s monetary ...

eDIS stands for Electronic Delivery Instruction Slip. It is a facility introduced by CDSL that allows you to sell shares if you have not submitted your Power of Attorney (POA) to your broking company like Flattrade. It is to be ...

Domestic markets tanked as investors were spooked by a host of factors such as sooner-than-expected tapering by the US Fed, higher inflation, increase in interest rates, rising crude prices and geo-political tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The Sensex closed lower ...

The improved demand and supply-side issues helped the prices of non-ferrous metals to remain high during 2021 and it is expected to continue in CY2022, according to rating agency ICRA.This is despite a downside risk with respect to prices, including ...

Market Opening - An Overview SGX Nifty futures were trading 0.75% lower at 17505, signalling Dalal Street was headed for a negative opening. Asian stocks were trading lower on Monday following a sell-off on Wall Street last week and investors shifting ...

Domestic benchmark indices fell for the week as investors were concerned over rising global inflation and Fed’s potential rate hike to curb inflation. In addition, muted corporate earning from India Inc, increasing coronavirus cases and non-stop selling by FIIs weighed ...

Domestic equity indices closed lower for fourth straight day due to global headwinds. All sectors, except selective FMCG stocks, fell into the negative territory. The Sensex closed 0.72% lower to 59037.18 and Nifty fell 0.79% to 17617.15. Top losers were ...

Market Opening - An Overview Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange were trading 0.82 per cent lower at 17651.50 signalling that Dalal Street is likely to open gap-down on Friday.Asian shares were trading lower following a negative lead on Wall ...

Domestic markets fell for the third day in a row as investors were concerned about rising inflation and higher oil prices. Technology and heavyweight stocks weighed on the markets. The Sensex closed 1.06% lower at 59464.62 and Nifty plunged 1.01% ...