- Tag results for NSE
For the second consecutive year in a row, March has been unusually pleasant with mercury hovering around normal, thanks to unseasonable rainfall activity.
For the third straight week, the flagship Sensex recorded a fall of 131.14 points, or 0.39 percent, while the NSE Nifty lost 31.70 points or 0.30 percent.
The BSE Sensex dropped nearly 300 points, led by a selloff in energy, metal, oil & gas, utilities and FMCG stocks amid subdued Asian trend.
The rupee depreciated 3 paise to 64.96 against the US dollar in early trade today at the forex market on increased demand for the US currency from importers and foreign fund outflows.
The benchmark BSE Sensex fell over 130 points in early trade today amid weak Asian cues and selling on oil & gas, metals, power, PSU and IT counters.
Around 50 minor forest fires were also reported in Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam, Tirupati, Kurnool and Kadapa districts, he informed.
The BSE Sensex dropped by 150 points to close at 33,685.54 in a volatile trade, extending losses for the third day as banking, FMCG and IT shares fell amid fresh LoU fraud scare.
The rupee depreciated 9 paise to 64.92 against the US dollar in opening trade today on fresh demand for the greenback from importers and banks.
Market benchmark BSE Sensex extended losses for the third straight day by shedding over 66 points in early trade today on selling by domestic institutional investors and foreign funds.
The firm cited negative press and unwarranted action by authorities behind the decision.
Bank stocks today bounced back from early losses to end with gains of up to 10 percent.
The Sensex, after a gap down opening at 33,733.55 continued its slide to touch a low of 33,580.69.
The benchmark BSE Sensex drifted 150 points lower and the NSE Nifty slipped below the 10,400-mark in early deals today on selling in metal, PSU and realty counters amid weak global cues.
In another instance of public insensitivity, a 34-year-old man was lying on the road for 20 minutes while passersby were taking photos of the accident victim.
Cochin Port Trust is no longer among the ports notified by the Union Government to import chemicals and intermediates covered under the Insecticides Act of 1968.