Nifty Corp (3828.T)
24 May 2013
|Market Cap (Mil.):||¥31,960.34|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||0.23|
MUMBAI - The Nifty posted its biggest percentage fall in a year on Thursday, as the prospect of an end to the U.S. stimulus programme and a weak China manufacturing survey sparked concerns foreign investors would end their recent buying spree. The Sensex fell 388 points.
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex surged 2.5 percent on Wednesday to its highest close since January 2011 as lenders such as HDFC Bank rallied after the RBI governor said he had taken note of falling inflation, reinforcing bets about future rate cuts.
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex fell more than 2 percent on Monday, with the Nifty retreating from a near 2-1/2 year high and ITC slumping from a record high, as investors viewed a recent four-week rally as excessive after data showed a jump in the trade deficit.
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex gained the most in nearly seven months on Tuesday, breaching a key technical resistance, as rate sensitive stocks like autos and banks rose on expectations the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will cut rates next month on a continued slump in global commodity prices.
Reuters Market Eye - Local shares rise for a second day, with the BSE Sensex gaining 1.94 percent and the 50-share Nifty up 1.98 percent.
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex and the Nifty rebounded on Wednesday from a seven-month closing low to post their first gain in six sessions as technology shares such as Infosys advanced ahead of their quarterly results while blue-chips such as Larsen & Toubro recovered.
MUMBAI - The Sensex and the Nifty fell on Thursday, erasing earlier gains, after the 2012/13 budget proposed increasing some corporate and individual taxes and after a securities transaction tax was lowered but not eliminated.
(Removes incorrect reference to Deutsche Boerse, Singapore Exchange owning partial stake in NSE)
MUMBAI - The National Stock Exchange and Japan Exchange Group will seek to launch yen-denominated futures based on the Nifty, the bourse operators said on Thursday.
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex surged on Thursday to close at its highest in 19 months after the government agreed to a vote in parliament on allowing foreign entry in multi-brand retail, raising hopes that key reforms will pass through.