** Indian shares seen range-bound, with focus on oil prices due to rising tensions in the Middle East
The benchmark BSE index ended unchanged and the broader NSE index ended 0.01 percent lower. Shares closed little changed after a volatile session on Friday, posting their third consecutive weekly loss on concerns about rising tensions in the Middle East.
MUMBAI, March 27 - Indian shares closed little changed after a volatile session on Friday, posting their third consecutive weekly loss on concerns about rising tensions in the Middle East.
** Reliance Industries down 2 pct, Oil India falls 2.3 pct and Cairn India lower 3.1 pct
MUMBAI, March 27 - Indian shares hovered near their lowest in more than 10 weeks in a volatile session on Friday, heading for a third consecutive weekly loss as caution prevailed over concerns about rising tensions in the Middle East.
** Heading towards biggest single-day fall since February 2014
** Shares of India's Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd fall 1.2 pct
** New LNG policy mentions that LNG regasification terminals have also agreed to reduce their charges
** Oil and Natural Gas Corp gains 1.3 pct, Oil India Ltd adds 0.5 pct
** NMDC Ltd, India's biggest iron ore producer, falls 1.3 pct
All Indian Indices
|Symb||Index||Mkt Report||Time||Last||Chg||Chg %|
|.BSESN||BSE Sensex||27 Mar 2015||27,458.64||+1.06||--%|
|.NSEI||Nifty||27 Mar 2015||8,341.40||-0.75||-0.01%|
|.BSEOIL||BSE Oil & Gas||27 Mar 2015||9,123.11||-142.87||-1.54%|
|.BSEIT||BSE IT||27 Mar 2015||11,313.95||+58.64||+0.52%|
|.BSEMET||BSE Metals||27 Mar 2015||9,328.64||+10.39||+0.11%|
|.BSEFMCG||BSE FMCG||27 Mar 2015||7,627.38||-79.80||-1.04%|
|.BSECG||BSE Capital Goods||27 Mar 2015||16,900.56||+220.14||+1.32%|
|.BSEBANK||BSE Banking||27 Mar 2015||20,664.64||+219.43||+1.07%|
|.BSEREAL||BSE Realty||27 Mar 2015||1,630.54||-11.49||-0.70%|
|.BSEAUTO||BSE Auto||27 Mar 2015||18,844.04||+80.42||+0.43%|
|.BSEPOWER||BSE Power||27 Mar 2015||2,092.97||-5.10||-0.24%|
|.BSEHC||BSE Healthcare||27 Mar 2015||16,952.05||-131.60||-0.77%|
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SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen signalled that the U.S. central bank will likely start raising borrowing costs later this year, even before inflation and wages have returned to health, but emphasized the return to normal interest rates will be gradual.