Indian stock markets turned nervous ahead of release of GDP numbers, that were released later in the day. The weakness was further aggravated
Indian markets recovered to close in the green following global cues. Sensex closed 290 points up to end at 26,036. Nifty closed 71 points up to
Sensex crashed 551 points to end at 27,561.38, its weakest closing in 5 weeks. Nifty too dipped below the 8,400 mark, to close at 8,361. Markets
In a double whammy, the benchmark BSE Sensex on Tuesday plunged by 661 points, its biggest fall in nearly a month, and rupee went down by 11
This is its second biggest single day fall ever since Narendra Modi government took over. The reason behind fall is said to be a huge sell-off by
Logging its third straight weekly fall, the benchmark BSE Sensex slipped by 214 points to end at 27,011.31, while Nifty ended below the 8,200-mark.
Shedding its hawkish stance after 18 months, the Reserve Bank of India on Thursday sprang a surprise affecting a 0.25 per cent cut in interest