MUMBAI, July 6 - Indian refiner Essar Oil Ltd's plan to delist its shares was approved by the National Stock Exchange late last week, a company spokesman said on Monday, sending Essar shares up as much as 19.8 percent.
MUMBAI, July 6 - Indian shares fell more than one percent on Monday, heading towards their biggest daily fall in nearly a month, as blue-chip stocks such as ICICI Bank Ltd declined on risk aversion linked to Greece, while IT stocks such as Infosys Ltd fell on caution ahead of quarterly earnings.
** CNBC-TV18 reports citing sources that minority shareholder LIC believes Vedanta-Cairn merger is unfavourable for Cairn India Ltd shareholders
** Shares of Indian companies with exposure to or units in Europe among top losers on the BSE ** Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected terms of a rescue package ** ECB to keep tight funding grip on Greek banks after 'no' - sources ** Companies that get at least more than a third of their revenues from Europe fall: Tata Steel 2.1 pct Motherson Sumi Systems 2 pct Havells India 1.4 pct Bharat Forge 3 pct Cox & Kings 5.
** NSL Consolidated Ltd rises 16.7 pct to its highest since Sept. 11, 2014
MUMBAI, July 3 - Indian shares rose on Friday to head towards their highest close in 2-1/2 months as HDFC Bank Ltd rose on relative valuations, while drugmaker Lupin Ltd rose after an acquisition in Russia.
** Analysts expect Lupin to make big-ticket acquisitions in Latam, Russia and China
** Expect April-June to be one of the best quarters ever for PVR - IDFC
MUMBAI, July 2 - India's BSE index slipped on Thursday after earlier rising to its highest intraday level in nearly 2-1/2 months as software exporters fell after revenue warnings by rivals and eurozone worries led to concerns about June-quarter results.
MUMBAI, July 2 - Indian shares edged up in rangebound trade on Thursday, heading for their highest close in nearly 2-1/2 months, as oil marketing companies such as Indian Oil Corp rose after crude oil prices slumped in the previous session.
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ATHENS/FRANKFURT - Greece's outspoken finance minister resigned on Monday, removing one major obstacle to any deal to keep Athens in the euro zone after Greeks voted resoundingly to back the government in rejecting the austerity terms of a bailout.