BENGALURU Indian shares slid on Friday, as banks fell after the central bank decided to cut policy rates and extend a relief period for loan repayments in an effort to contain the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BENGALURU Indian shares slid on Friday, as banks suffered following the central bank's decision to cut policy rates and extend a relief period for loan repayments by borrowers in an effort to contain the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BENGALURU Indian shares rose on Thursday for the third straight session, as the government said it plans to ease curbs on air and rail travel, in a further relaxation of a two-month coronavirus lockdown that has bruised the economy.
BENGALURU, May 20 Indian shares jumped on
Wednesday, spurred by strong corporate earnings and a rise in
banking stocks and Reliance Industries, while a surge in
domestic coronavirus infections dampened the growth outlook for
Asia's third largest economy.
BENGALURU, May 20 Indian shares rose on
Wednesday, led by Reliance and ITC, as the country's finance
minister suggested she would not rule out further stimulus
measures to aid an economic recovery, following poor reaction to
an already announced package.
BENGALURU Indian shares ended higher on Tuesday after three days of losses, spurred by a surge in Bharti Airtel and optimism around a potential coronavirus vaccine, but a late slide in banking stocks and Reliance Industries capped gains.
BENGALURU Indian shares followed world markets higher on Tuesday, after three straight sessions of declines, spurred by gains in Bharti Airtel and positive data from an early trial of a potential COVID-19 vaccine.
BENGALURU, May 18 Indian shares tumbled on
Monday, with banks leading the fall, as investors were
disappointed by government measures to aid an economic recovery,
even as domestic cases of the novel coronavirus continued to
BENGALURU Indian shares fell on Friday after details on the government's economic package failed to impress investors already worried about rising coronavirus cases and poor corporate earnings reports.
BENGALURU Indian shares slid on Thursday as an initial government stimulus to boost a coronavirus-hit economy failed to excite investors, while a dour outlook from the chief of the U.S. Federal Reserve added to weak sentiment.