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The BSE Sensex rose 35 points to close at an over two-month high of 34,450.77 in choppy trade today on steady buying in realty, healthcare, consumer durables and IT sectors.
Tata Motors-owned JLR on April 13 said it is planning to cut jobs as it scales back production at some of its UK sites amid what it termed as "headwinds" impacting the automotive industry.
Shares of the company today opened on a weak note and fell to an intra-day low of Rs 1,099, down 5.98 per cent from its previous closing price.
Sensex advanced over 130 points, continuing its rising streak for the fourth straight day, on firm global leads after Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech eased worries over a trade war.
The RBI move comes at a time when banks already battling near-record levels of soured loans are staring at an increase in stressed assets after a rule change announced in February.
The company's new products such as the fifth-generation all-new Land Rover Discovery and the New Range Rover Velar have been received very well in the market.
The CBI has registered cases in the two of the five complaints with regard to loans aggregating to Rs 772 crore for pisciculture.
Shares of Facebook Inc fell 3 percent in premarket trading on Thursday as an apology from Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg did little to quell Wall Street nerves.
Facebook's shares were trading at about the cheapest they have been since the social network's initial public offering nearly six years ago.
BlackBerry has focused on developing security software since it stopped making smartphones in 2016 after failing to compete with Android phones and Apple Inc's iPhones.
Asian shares fell on Tuesday as investors dumped high-flying U.S. technology shares on fears of stiffer regulation as Facebook came under fire following reports it allowed improper access to user data
The IPO comprises of an offer of 8.6 million shares by its parent Housing Development Finance Corp Ltd and 16.9 million shares by Standard Life Investments Ltd.
Shares of German sportswear firm Adidas soared after it announced a large buyback, gave an upbeat outlook for 2018 and lifted its 2020 profitability forecast.
Shares of state-run banks rose after a report said PNB will compensate lenders who have lost money in an alleged fraud, and as easing inflation data allayed fears of a policy rate rise.
Shares in state-run Andhra Bank, already hurt by an industry-wide spillover of a huge scam in another lender, fell to a near 15-year low after additional charges were filed against former director.