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  • Bond yields unlikely to fall further: traders

    Bond yields unlikely to fall further: traders

    Last Thursday, the 10-year government bond yield eased by over 10 basis points to 8.85 per cent. On the same day, the RBI conducted the largest-ever auction of bonds worth Rs 20,000 crore.

  • Results to rule stock market amid derivatives expiry this week: analysts

    Results to rule stock market amid derivatives expiry this week: analysts

    Stock markets are closed on Thursday due to general elections in Mumbai. HDFC Bank, Cairn India, Maruti Suzuki India, ICICI Bank ACC, Ambuja Cements, and AXIS Bank are among the major companies that would announce financial results this week.

  • Seven Sensex firms add Rs 30,862 crore in market capitalisation; TCS, ITC shine

    Seven Sensex firms add Rs 30,862 crore in market capitalisation; TCS, ITC shine

    While the market valuation of TCS, Reliance Industries, ITC, ONGC, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank and Wipro rose, that of Coal India, Infosys and HDFC Bank declined.

  • FIIs invest Rs 6,783 crore in Indian stock market in April

    FIIs invest Rs 6,783 crore in Indian stock market in April

    Total investment by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) in equities since January 2014 has risen to about Rs 28,979 crore ($4.78 billion).

  • Mutual funds garnered Rs 54,000 crore in 2013-14

    Mutual funds garnered Rs 54,000 crore in 2013-14

    However, industry experts believe that fund mobilization in mutual fund schemes is expected to grow in the coming months.

  • The week ahead: Nifty sets sight on 7000, as bulls return after pause

    The week ahead: Nifty sets sight on 7000, as bulls return after pause

    The week ahead should see the Nifty head higher and reach new highs with the possibility of a shot at 7000. With global cues turning positive and domestic consensus of NDA majority, a strong surge in foreign buying and bullish sentiment could be seen.

  • US exchanges, brokerages hit with high-speed trading class action

    US exchanges, brokerages hit with high-speed trading class action

    Dozens of the largest US stock exchanges, brokerages and high-frequency trading firms were hit with a class action lawsuit by the capital of the state of Rhode Island, accusing them of manipulating the US securities markets.

  • China's Weibo, Leju make trading debut on US market

    China's Weibo, Leju make trading debut on US market

    Chinese firms Weibo Corporation and Leju Holdings Limited made their trading debut on the US market on Thursday.

  • MCX-SX extends rights issue till April 30

    MCX-SX extends rights issue till April 30

    In the first phase of its fund raising initiative, MCX-SX had announced its rights issue in the ratio of 2:1 equity shares held by the existing shareholders.

  • Nikkei gains on upbeat US corporate earnings, data

    Nikkei gains on upbeat US corporate earnings, data

    The latest data showed the US economy's health was improving. The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose less than expected in the latest week. Factory activity in the US mid-Atlantic region expanded in April at a faster clip than anticipated, according to a survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

  • Earnings lift S&P 500, Nasdaq; S&P's best week since July

    Earnings lift S&P 500, Nasdaq; S&P's best week since July

    The latest data showed the US economy's health was improving. The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose less than expected in the latest week and came near pre-recession levels.

  • Global shares edge higher on US data; dollar falls

    Global shares edge higher on US data; dollar falls

    Global equity markets rose slightly on Thursday, boosted by data indicating strength in the US economy and by upbeat results from some major American companies, while the dollar trended lower following dovish Federal Reserve comments.

  • Weibo shares jump in debut as investors set aside concerns

    Weibo shares jump in debut as investors set aside concerns

    Shares in Weibo Corp, the owner of a Chinese Twitter-like messaging service, rose as much as 14.6 per cent in their US debut, overcoming worries about the outlook for tech sector and concerns that censorship in China was affecting its user growth.

  • Wall Street little changed amid earnings flurry

    Wall Street little changed amid earnings flurry

    US stocks were little changed in choppy trading on Thursday following three days of gains, as underwhelming results from tech giants Google and IBM were offset by upbeat quarterly numbers including those from Morgan Stanley and General Electric.

  • Sebi slaps Rs 15.5-crore penalty on Bharatiya Global Infomedia, directors

    Sebi slaps Rs 15.5-crore penalty on Bharatiya Global Infomedia, directors

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has slapped a total penalty of Rs 15.50 crore on Bharatiya Global Infomedia Ltd (BGIL), its chairman and managing director and two other senior executives for violating various securities market norms in relation to the company's initial public offer (IPO).

  • Wall Street opens flat on mixed earnings

    Wall Street opens flat on mixed earnings

    Wall Street opened flat on Thursday, following three days of gains, as underwhelming results from tech giants Google and IBM were offset by upbeat quarterly numbers from the likes of Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and General Electric.

  • Rupee ends at 60.29, snaps 3-day fall

    Rupee ends at 60.29, snaps 3-day fall

    The partially convertible rupee closed at 60.29/30 per dollar compared with 60.37/38 on Wednesday. On the week, the rupee fell 0.2 percent, in its third straight weekly drop.

  • Markets week ahead: Foreign flows, earnings loom over shares

    Markets week ahead: Foreign flows, earnings loom over shares

    Foreign flows and March quarter earnings will continue to set direction for markets, as India's five-week long election continues, including voting in Mumbai scheduled for April 24.

  • European stocks dip, dollar weakens

    European stocks dip, dollar weakens

    European stocks dipped on Thursday as disappointing earnings from US tech heavyweights Google and IBM dampened the previous session's upbeat tone on Wall Street, and the dollar weakened on dovish remarks from the Federal Reserve.

  • Bonds rally; RBI raises Rs 20000 cr in record auction

    Bonds rally; RBI raises Rs 20000 cr in record auction

    The RBI set the cut-off price for 8.35 percent 2022 bonds at 95.45 rupees, yielding 9.1584 percent, while the cut-off price for 8.24 percent 2027 bonds were set at Rs 92.05, yielding 9.3122 percent.

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