Vishal Sikka’s surprise resignation as Infosys CEO threw markets off the track on Friday. Sensex shed 270.78 points while the Nifty lost
The muscle-flexing by the US and North Korea ratcheted up global worries and made investors a lot more anxious today, with the Sensex crashing
Sensex plunged 259.48 points on Tuesday to finally close at 32,014.19. Nifty too shed 78.85 to close at 9,978.55, way below the 10,000
Both Sensex and Nifty slipped into the red after a strong start on Wednesday. The markets had largely factored in the cut. While the BSE index
Sensex touched record high levels on Thursday when it rallied to 32,642.91 following buying spree in financials, banks, realty, auto, IT, FMCG
NSE Nifty created history on Tuesday morning when it breached the 10,000 mark for the first time by gaining 44.90 points to trade at
On Tuesday, the Indian markets slumped after hitting a record high the previous day. Sensex shed 364 points to post its biggest single-day plunge
On Monday, Sensex and Nifty registered a new high. Sensex jumped to a life-time high of 32,131.92, before ending 54.03 points up to a new record
Nervousness also played on investors' minds following muted earnings posted by the country's largest software exporter TCS.
The markets are on a roll. Sensex and Nifty continued its upward streak on Thursday. The 50-share index crossed 32,000 for the first time in
Markets continued to set records for the second straight session today with both the Sensex and Nifty closing at life-time highs, as investor
Sensex soared 408 points to hit an intra-day record high of 31,768.39, breaking its previous life-time high (intra-day) of 31,522.87, which it
Indian markets gave a thumbs up to the roll-out of Goods and Services Tax on July 1. Sensex soared over over 300 points, making the biggest
All indices led by auto, healthcare and banking showed up in the green.