July 21 Indian shares rose on Friday to post a third consecutive weekly gain, with Reliance Industries Ltd hitting it highest in over 9-1/2 years after posting strong quarterly results and announcing the launch of a low-cost, 4G-enabled phone.
July 21 Indian shares rose on Friday, with Reliance Industries Ltd climbing as much as 3.9 percent to a more than 9-1/2-year high after posting strong quarterly results and announcing a low-cost, 4G-enabled phone.
** Shares of telecom operators Bharti Airtel Ltd and Idea Cellular Ltd fall as much as 4.1 pct and 7.3 pct, respectively
** Reliance Industries Ltd rises as much as 3.02 pct to 1,575 rupees, its highest since January 2008
** Wipro Ltd rises as much as 5.9 pct to 284.90, its highest since July 2016
July 20 Indian shares fell on Thursday, dragged down by IT stocks such as Infosys Ltd, while investors await quarterly results from Wipro Ltd and Reliance Industries Ltd due later in the day.
July 20 Indian shares were largely flat on Thursday, as investors parsed through earnings, buying into stocks such as Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd that beat results while hitting those such as Mindtree Ltd that missed estimates.
** State-run lender Canara Bank Ltd falls as much as 6 pct to 348.95 rupees, in its biggest intraday pct drop since Dec 26, 2016
** Shares of Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd rise as much as 2.98 pct to highest since June 21
** Mindtree Ltd falls as much as 4.3 pct to 485 rupees, its lowest since May 5
All Indian Indices
|.BSESN||S&P BSE Sensex||5:36pm IST||32,028.89||+124.49||+0.39%|
|.BSEOIL||BSE Oil & Gas||5:36pm IST||14,054.11||+138.46||+0.99%|
|.BSEMET||BSE Metals||5:36pm IST||12,187.53||+6.36||+0.05%|
|.BSECG||BSE Capital Goods||5:36pm IST||17,715.56||-56.07||-0.32%|
|.BSEBANK||BSE Banking||5:36pm IST||27,496.11||+69.03||+0.25%|
|.BSEREAL||BSE Realty||5:36pm IST||2,160.46||-23.93||-1.10%|
|.BSEAUTO||BSE Auto||5:36pm IST||24,373.27||-12.56||-0.05%|
|.BSEPOWER||BSE Power||5:36pm IST||2,289.70||-9.62||-0.42%|
LONDON A 14 billion pound ($18 billion) class action lawsuit against MasterCard for allegedly overcharging more than 45 million people in Britain over a 16-year period was blocked by a British court on Friday.