Nifty Corp (3828.T)
18 Apr 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||¥32,848.76|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||22.78|
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex fell on Thursday after touching its ninth consecutive record high as state-run banks such as State Bank of India slumped on concerns about losses on their debt portfolios as domestic bonds extended a slide this week.
(Corrects 10th graf to note the NSE rose 18 percent, not 6.35 percent, during the fiscal year ending on Monday, and posted its second consecutive yearly gain, not its third)
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex and Nifty edged higher on Friday, but continued to stay away from their record highs hit early in the week, as investors booked profits in some recent outperformers such as ONGC while buying into relative underperformers such as Tata Motors.
MUMBAI -The BSE Sensex and Nifty rallied to record highs on Tuesday as strong buying by foreign investors continued to bolster blue chips in the lead-up to general elections, especially companies more geared towards the domestic economy such as HDFC Bank.
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex edged higher on Friday as strong buying by foreign investors boosted blue-chips such as Larsen & Toubro and kept both indexes not too far from their record highs, although some caution was setting in about the pace of recent gains.
MUMBAI - The Nifty rose 0.3 percent to a third consecutive record high as lenders such as ICICI Bank extended a powerful rally on the back of signs of an improving domestic economy and hopes that easing inflation will keep interest rates steady.
MUMBAI - The Nifty rose as much as 2.1 percent to a record high, and the Sensex hit its record for a second consecutive session, as foreign investors bet big in a country that just months ago was gripped by market turmoil.
Reuters Market Eye - Capital goods, banks and mid-caps are driving the Sensex and NIfty to record highs this week, unlike in December when drug makers and software services exporters led the gainers. (http://link.reuters.com/bas47v)
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex hit a record high while Nifty closed just off its all-time high, as steady buying by foreign investors continued to drive a rally in blue chips such as ICICI Bank.
MUMBAI - The BSE Sensex turned positive for the year after rising more than 1 percent for its biggest daily gain since mid-January on Tuesday, as strong buying by foreign investors sparked optimism about blue-chips such as ICICI Bank.