MUMBAI, April 27 - Indian shares closed at their lowest in more than three-and-a-half months on Monday, with the NSE index falling below its 200-day moving average for the first time in nearly 15 months, led by declines in blue chips on continued worries about retrospective taxes and lower-than-expected January-March earnings so far.
India's benchmark share index ends down 0.95 percent, while the broader NSE index closes 1.1 percent lower, at their lowest in more than three-and-a-half months with the NSE index falling below its 200-day moving average for the first time in nearly 15 months.
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MUMBAI, April 27 - India's broader NSE index fell below its 200-day moving average for the first time in nearly 15 months, led by declines in blue-chip stocks on continued worries about retrospective taxes and lower-than-expected January-March earnings so far.
** Stock heading towards its biggest single-day gain since March 12
** The stock is heading for its biggest fall since Nov. 19 and towards the lowest level since June 2014
** Jan-March volumes have declined by 9 pct YoY, excluding recent acquisitions - analysts
** Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd rises as much as 1.04 pct
NEW YORK - The Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 chalked up record high closes on Friday, propelled by strong results from tech behemoths Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
All Indian Indices
|Symb||Index||Mkt Report||Time||Last||Chg||Chg %|
|.BSESN||BSE Sensex||6:24pm IST||27,176.99||-260.95||-0.95%|
|.BSEOIL||BSE Oil & Gas||6:23pm IST||9,153.46||-232.48||-2.48%|
|.BSEMET||BSE Metals||6:23pm IST||9,990.59||-7.93||-0.08%|
|.BSECG||BSE Capital Goods||6:23pm IST||16,455.10||-208.37||-1.25%|
|.BSEBANK||BSE Banking||6:23pm IST||20,398.39||-275.57||-1.33%|
|.BSEREAL||BSE Realty||6:23pm IST||1,510.77||-62.30||-3.96%|
|.BSEAUTO||BSE Auto||6:23pm IST||18,228.25||-33.76||-0.18%|
|.BSEPOWER||BSE Power||6:23pm IST||2,065.29||-26.59||-1.27%|
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NEW DELHI - Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, the country's top-selling car maker, plans to push deeper into smaller towns and villages to increase sales, its chairman said on Monday, after the company reported a forecast-beating rise in quarterly net profit.