* Indian shares may remain volatile amid global risk aversion. * Much will likely depend on emerging market reaction to U.S. jobs data later in the day, traders say. * Strong data could raise expectations of early rate hikes, hitting emerging markets, according to these traders. * Investors will also shift focus to RBI's policy review on Tuesday. * RBI is likely to leave its key interest rate unchanged, according to a Reuters poll. * Auto and two-wheeler stocks would be on watch as Hero M
* BSE index falls 1.6 pct; NSE ends 1.5 pct lower * FII selling of Indian stocks on Thursday biggest in a month * POLL-India's central bank seen keeping policy rate steady until Q1 2015 * Maruti surges on higher-than-expected monthly sales By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, Aug 1 - India's NSE index fell 1.5 percent on Friday, marking its biggest single-day fall in nearly 3-1/2 weeks as blue-chips such as Reliance Industries slumped tracking weaker global markets ahead o
MUMBAI, Aug 1 - India's NSE index fell over 1.5 percent on Friday, marking its biggest single-day fall in nearly 3-1/2 weeks as blue-chips such as Reliance Industries slumped tracking weak global markets ahead of U.S. jobs data later in the session.
* India's NSE index down 1.4 percent, heading towards its biggest single-day fall since July 8. * Tracks softer overseas markets ahead of U.S. jobs data later in the session. * Foreign institutional investors sold shares worth 16.54 billion rupees ($273.2 million) on Thursday, their biggest single-day selling since July 2. * Blue-chips lead decliners: Reliance Industries falls 2.9 percent, Housing Development Finance Corp falls 2.8 percent. (email@example.com / abhishek.vish
* Maruti Suzuki India shares surge 3.8 percent after sales in July beat analyst expectations. * India's largest automaker's sales in July rose by 21.7 percent * Maruti reported a 19.9 growth in the domestic market, helped by low base. * Volumes, launches, discounts and shareholders' approval of the Gujarat plant key triggers from here onwards, analysts say. (firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com)
* India's NSE index falls 0.62 percent, while the benchmark BSE index is down 0.54 percent * Foreign institutional investors sold shares worth 16.54 billion rupees ($273.2 million) on Thursday, their biggest single-day selling since July 2. * Asian shares track a slump in global markets due to ongoing tensions with Russia and Argentina's second debt default in 12 years. * Tech Mahindra Ltd falls 3.7 percent after April-June-quarter net profit lags estimates. (firstname.lastname@example.org/in
* Pantaloons Fashion & Retail Ltd falls as much as 8.5 percent to 114.75 rupees after posting a wider net loss for the June quarter. * "The stock looks weak and there is no immediate revival forcing investors to exit positions," said a trader at a domestic brokerage. (email@example.com/indulal.p.thomsonreuters.com@reut ers.net)
* Tech Mahindra Ltd slumps 5.1 percent after April-June-quarter net profit lags estimates. * Fall in operating margins to 18.1 percent from 21.2 percent in Jan-March is also seen as disappointing. * Tech Mahindra shares had gained 19 percent compared to a 15 percent gain in the BSE index over previous three months. ($1 = 60.7250 Indian rupees) (firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com)
* Indian shares may start lower on weakness in global shares and foreign investor sales. * NSE index futures traded on the Singapore Exchange drop 0.7 percent. * The MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index falls 0.9 percent. * Asia stocks pressured by Wall Street, but China helps. * Global shares hurt by ongoing tensions with Russia and Argentina's second default in 12 years. * Overseas investors sold shares worth 16.54 billion rupees ($273.16 million) on Thursday, their biggest single day
* BSE index falls 0.74 pct; NSE ends 0.9 pct lower * ICICI Bank falls; adjusted profit below estimates * IRB Infra shares surge on toll income growth By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, July 31 - India's broader NSE index fell nearly 1 percent on Thursday, marking its biggest single-day fall in nearly 2-1/2 weeks, weighed down by foreign investors' sales after earnings at blue chips such as Maruti Suzuki Ltd failed to impress markets. Foreign investors, who played a major
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NEW DELHI/GENEVA - India is willing to sign a global trade deal, which it has torpedoed, if other World Trade Organization members can agree to its parallel demand for concessions on stockpiling food, senior officials in New Delhi said on Friday.