Nifty Corp (3828.T)
5 Feb 2016
MUMBAI India's stock markets edged lower on Tuesday after hitting two-month highs earlier in the session, tracking falls in Asian equities and as investors booked profits after three consecutive sessions of gains.
MUMBAI The BSE Sensex and Nifty rose for a sixth consecutive session on Wednesday as oil explorers such as ONGC rose, tracking a rebound in crude prices, while auto makers such as Mahindra & Mahindra gained on hopes the upcoming festive season would boost sales.
The Nifty closed 1 percent higher on Monday, posting its highest close in two weeks, as investors shrugged off weak Chinese data and uncertainty whether the U.S. Federal Reserve would hike rates later this week.
MUMBAI Indian shares fell about 1 percent on Friday to their lowest close in two months, as fears of a China-led deceleration in global growth and escalating tension between South Korea and North Korea gripped markets.
MUMBAI Stock markets in India rose nearly 2 percent on Friday with the Nifty recording its biggest single-day gain in seven months on hopes that the rupee would not decline as steeply as feared and the central bank might cut rates in its September meeting.
MUMBAI The Sensex and Nifty gave up early gains on Monday and ended nearly half a percent lower, marking their biggest single-day loss in two weeks, after a government official fanned doubts that the goods and service tax (GST) bill was unlikely to be cleared in the current session of parliament.