* BSE index falls 0.52 pct; NSE ends 0.54 pct lower * Hindustan Unilever up after quarterly volume growth beats estimates * Havells India falls; depreciation, taxes weigh on earnings * Bank of Baroda gains; lower provisions boost profit By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, July 28 - Indian shares fell on Monday to their lowest close in a week, as profit-taking hit shares of blue-chips such as ICICI Bank Ltd for a second consecutive session after the record highs of last wee
MUMBAI, July 28 - The Indian rupee closed marginally weaker on Monday, marking another sluggish session as dollar demand from importers to meet month-end commitments was offset by greenback sales from custodian banks.
MUMBAI, July 28 - India's NSE index fell on Monday to its lowest close in a week, as profit-taking hit shares of blue-chips such as ICICI Bank Ltd for a second consecutive session after the record highs hit last week.
* Havells India Ltd falls 2.2 percent after April-June net profit lags estimates. * Additional depreciation due to changes in Companies Act and expiry of certain tax exemptions weighed on earnings, traders say. (email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org)
* India's NSE index down 0.7 percent after hitting its lowest since July 22. * Profit-taking continues to weigh on blue-chips after NSE's record high on Friday. * ICICI Bank falls 1.5 percent while Reliance Industries down 1.3 percent. * Other recent outperformers fall: Housing Development Finance Corp down 1.6 percent, Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd down 1.8 percent. (email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org)
* Shares in India's Bank of Baroda gain 1.2 percent. * April-June earnings at 13.62 billion rupees ($226.64 million) beat estimates. * Lower non-tax provisions and improved net interest income helped earnings, traders say. * Company executive says domestic net interest margin will reach at least 3 percent this financial year. ($1 = 60.0950 Indian Rupees) (email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org)
* India's broader NSE index falls 0.15 percent. * Profit-taking continues to weigh after hitting a record high on Friday. * Recent outperformers fall: Housing Development Finance Corp down 1.8 percent, Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd down 1.4 percent. * Tata Motors gain 1.3 percent after slumping 5 percent on Friday over price cuts in China by unit Jaguar Land Rover. * Cairn India is up 2.2 percent after falling 10.7 percent in previous two sessions on loan to parent group company * Larsen & Toubro
* Foreign ownership of BSE 200 index steady at around 21 percent in June compared with May - Macquarie. * That is an all-time high, with room to grow since unutilised portion is worth $152 billion for BSE 200 - Macquarie. * In April-June FIIs preferred cyclicals, while utilities gained 100 bp in overseas holdings and financials saw 85 bps decline - - Macquarie * Key stocks where FIIs are still underweight (vs MSCI) but saw increase in weightage and ownership during the quarter were: Larsen and
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks closed lower on Friday in a broad consumer discretionary-led selloff after Visa and Amazon, a pair of closely watched bellwether names, reported disappointing results.
(Fixes formatting) * Indian shares are set to open little changed on Monday on caution ahead of key results of Larsen & Toubro, Bank of Baroda and Hindustan Unilever later in the day. * NSE index futures traded on the Singapore Exchange are nearly flat, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 0.2 percent. * Asian stocks dipped in early trade on Monday after disappointing earnings hit Wall Street, while the dollar hovered near six-month peaks against a basket of major curre
All Indian Indices
|Symb||Index||Mkt Report||Time||Last||Chg||Chg %|
|.BSESN||BSE Sensex||28 Jul 2014||25,991.23||-135.52||-0.52%|
|.NSEI||Nifty||28 Jul 2014||7,748.70||-41.75||-0.54%|
|.BSEOIL||BSE Oil & Gas||28 Jul 2014||10,704.62||-139.35||-1.29%|
|.BSEIT||BSE IT||28 Jul 2014||9,825.81||+36.39||+0.37%|
|.BSEMET||BSE Metals||28 Jul 2014||13,000.85||-199.25||-1.51%|
|.BSEFMCG||BSE FMCG||28 Jul 2014||7,184.84||+26.91||+0.38%|
|.BSECG||BSE Capital Goods||28 Jul 2014||15,501.53||-102.63||-0.66%|
|.BSEBANK||BSE Banking||28 Jul 2014||17,421.39||-121.60||-0.69%|
|.BSEREAL||BSE Realty||28 Jul 2014||1,873.16||-51.84||-2.69%|
|.BSEAUTO||BSE Auto||28 Jul 2014||15,488.20||-121.36||-0.78%|
|.BSEPOWER||BSE Power||28 Jul 2014||2,149.28||-3.55||-0.16%|
|.BSEHC||BSE Healthcare||28 Jul 2014||12,155.75||+19.28||+0.16%|
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MUMBAI - Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) sees no immediate sign of recovery in demand for consumer goods after a transport strike last year helped sales volume in April-June outgrow estimates for the first time in eight quarters.